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#228 – Making $1M/yr Then Raising Money as a Solo Indie Hacker with AJ from Carrd

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In this episode I'm talking to AJ from Carrd. I want to find how he grew from $30K MRR to over $1M ARR in just two years and what Kim Kardashian had to do with it. I'll also ask him how he thinks about fundraising as an indie hacker. 

  • Follow AJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajlkn
  • Build a simple one-page website with Carrd: https://carrd.co/

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