Max has been a friend of mine ever since we were in On Deck’s first No-Code Cohort (ODNC1). So I had a real treat this week getting to dig more into what he’s been up to recently. In summary—Max is growing an empire in the no-code education space.
And what a great space to be in. According to VentureBeat
, if the current trends continue, the market for low-code and no-code could increase from $13.2 billion in 2020 to $45.5 billion by 2025 with a Compound Annual Growth Rate of 28.1%. You could say Max is in the right place at the right time.
What started as a personal experiment, and grew into an community, is now expanding rapidly with more programs for different audiences. He has a program for complete beginners, he has a program for people ready to build an MVP, he even has a program for kids. He’s now the go-to resource I recommend people just starting out with No-Code to check out.
So how does he do it!? We all want to know—what are Max’s strategies and habits?
3 Strategies that Changed Max’s trajectory:
- 🔁 Consistently tweeting about ONE topic - Seriously, does he talk about anything else other than No-Code? Just kidding. This is a great strategy and reminds me of how @agazdecki of MicroAcquire never stops tweeting about growing and selling startups. It’s brand building and it’s brilliant.
- 💬 Leveraging user-generated content on social - Take a look at the #100daysofnocode hashtag and you’ll see dozens of people everyday posting about their daily challenge. This is a great organic growth lever.
- 🧑💻 Showing up for his community - Max has hosted over 100 masterminds, 2 Kickoff Calls and 6 Demo Days. That’s a lot of zoom. Which is probably why you always see him like this: