Guilherme Rizzo

@gvrizzo

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Joined June 2018

Yes. I'm currently reading "Positioning" (Al Ries and Jack Trout) which talks about positioning and good / bad names. It's going to help me because I'm in the midst of rebranding #csspro

what do you need to see / read before deciding to buy a book?

  • Is the book written in a language I can read?
  • Who are the authors? Have they done something that I dream of doing?
  • Did someone recommend it to me? (much easier to buy - either by a friend or an author from another book or an authority on the subject)
  • Is it available on Kindle and Amazon?
  • Is it something that is going to help me with my current goals (like this month) or is it something for the future (I'll bookmark)

Thank you for your reply @gvrizzo ! So for you it boils down to: is the subject something that can help you improve yourself, right? You need a clear focus on the direct benefits for you. Are there specific books you've read recently that come into mind?

Yes. I'm currently reading "Positioning" (Al Ries and Jack Trout) which talks about positioning and good / bad names. It's going to help me because I'm in the midst of rebranding #csspro

The website looks clean, I like it.

I'd improve the copywriting though, feels bland.

As for the product/demo, looks like the header cover photo could be minified/optimized/resized because it can take some time to load depending on the internet speed.

Also, is there any way you could remove the signup part as the first step? Maybe people could preview/edit their website first and at the last part sign up to "save" it?

I kinda did something like that (also inspired by Pieter), but I tried 3 Products in 3 Months, and it was perfect because I ended up creating CSS Scan, which is still my full-time work.

I wrote about it here:
medium.com/@guilhermerizzo/i-…
medium.com/@guilhermerizzo/wh…
(I didn't wrote about the 3rd product since I was already busy by that time)

PS: These are very old blog posts haha

TLDR: Yes, do it, it's great :)
There are high chances you'll find something that works

nomadlist.com/ has an accurate answer. Something around $1,000 per month including everything, could go much higher or could go a bit lower ($700) depending on your budget

Hi, Luca! What's the difference between your app and coinmarketcap app for example? Nice name and domain!

Sorry but I think that's already near minimum as a nomad. It was $800 for all the costs (rent, food, etc). You could get to $600/month there though but it's harder

ohh, 800$ with everything? i thought 800$ only for living.