[#04 - Late September - Early October 2020 Edition]
October has begun with a bang!
Revenue-generating creations are rising through No Code tools, and the world for makers, marketers, and designers is getting way more interesting!
Here are the highlights of meetups that happened since the last time you heard from us :)
Lessons From Swiggy On Creating Viral Social Media Presence
What gives people a reason to follow your startup on social media?
The value your content is giving them.
How to go viral?
Learnings From Our Coffee Table Meetup For Marketers
More and more cross-functional roles are emerging in the startup space, and people are shifting to UX design and building products! And luckily, a leading design head had come to HelloMeets to help out the aspiring UX designers.
Getting Into UX Design From a Non-design Background
Your different background and way of life can give you a lot of qualities of being a UX designer. Keep an eye out for refreshing these while shifting.
This is what you'll need as a UX designer.
Tips on building a portfolio:
Got a brilliant business idea, but no techie co-founder? You'll love this:
Using No-Code To Startup Without a Tech Cofounder
This is the time to ride the wave of creating through No Code tools and systems.
No Code tools are scalable.
You can turn your side projects into actual revenue-making businesses.
There are many examples for this:
No Code Tools to check out right away:
Micheal Novotny launched his own startup called sideprojectstack.com to help people find the best no-code tool stacks for their use cases and concepts. He also gives free consultation to no code makers and founders on twitter.
If you're looking to apply the above learnings in any way, you'll need to up your focus game. Here's a concept visualization to help you:
North Start Podcast by David Perell
Episode - Morgan Housel: Writing For the Internet
Morgan Housel is the author of Psychology of Money, where he shares 19 stories about the strange ways people think about money and teaches you how to manage it.
In this episode, David and Morgan explore writing profitably and how investment strategies have changed over time.
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