Serving indie makers since 2013
MegaMaker is for geeks who ❤️ making things. We help developers, designers, and product people:
For some folks, “earning a better living” will mean bootstrapping a product business, but for others, it might mean building a side-project that earns $2k / year and helps them take their family to Disneyland.
Basically, we’re web workers who want more than a regular 9-5.
In 2012, Kyle Fox and I started an interview podcast called Product People. We chatted with developers, designers, and founders about the process of making digital products. Folks like Jason Fried, Nathan Barry, and Adam Wathan.
Then, in 2013, I created this community for makers. I discovered many indie web creators had similar struggles: isolation, motivation, getting good feedback, and launching products.
Today, MegaMaker is home to over 800+ lifetime members from all over the world.
We share our progress weekly, get feedback on our projects, and help each other when we launch something new.
Software developers, designers, product managers, and marketing managers. It's for anyone who’s building and launching products. Some folks have launched full-time SaaS businesses, while others have built fun side projects. Everyone is welcome!
It’s working: I’m extremely proud of what members have accomplished. Our alumni list includes Ryan Hoover (who started Product Hunt), William Channer (who started Panda), Espree Dvora (who started LA Tech), and Robert Williams (who credits the club as the birthplace of Folyo):
“Having people you can ask questions to is extremely valuable. The club was literally the birthplace for my service, Folyo. They helped me start it a year ago and continue to help me improve it today.”
Pay once and get lifetime access to:
Use the private Slack as your virtual watercooler; to ask questions, get answers, and share progress:
Other membership sites charge monthly or annually.
With MegaMaker Club, you pay once and get lifetime access to our Slack.* We’ve been around since 2013 and have no plans to stop now!
* – note, “lifetime access” refers to the lifetime of the site, not your individual lifetime. That being said, we’ve been going since 2013 and have no plans of quitting. Questions? Email me: [email protected]