This is how we maintain our quality and sustain our activities.
“Most maker communities out there are either semi-abandoned or prohibitively expensive to join (or both). Not so with IndieStack: it’s a small but active group of people who are helping each other on the way to their own indie businesses.”
Maker of QotoQot
The short answer is no. The long answer is: We value the privacy of our members highly. We also strive to maintain this a self-promotion-free zone. By lowering the barrier to entry we are jeapardizing both. What we have in place is a 7-day risk-free period, where, if after 7 days you find that the community is not a good fit for you, you can ask for a full refund.
IndieStack is very active compared to other similar communities out there. On any given day we have lively discussions in our Discord server, links to just-discovered resources, cheerleading of new launches and engagement groups helping makers boost their posts.
We follow a few simple principles: be respectful and kind, give more than you take, what happens in the community stays in the community.
The price will undoubtedly increase as the community becomes more active and provides more value and activities. However, whatever price you buy a membership at will remain the price you pay forever.