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A few weeks ago I decided to give Gabriel Weinberg’s book, Traction, a second read. Long story short: Weinberg suggests trying many many different marketing channels when launching a startup. Shortly after picking the book back up I heard about a blog that I was particularly interested in sponsoring on the Indie Hackers Podcast called BudgetMealPlanner.com.
If you haven’t heard of it, BudgetMealPlanner.com is a blog with recipes or meal plans for eating on $5 a day! Pretty neat right? Personally I try to stay under $6 per meal, but BudgetMealPlanner is all about $5 for the whole day, which I think is really incredible and definitely falls into the same sort of category as my app, Frugal Living, Minimalism, Etc.
So without further ado, my first email marketing campaign =>