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ISSUE #018 | View in browser

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From the curator👨‍💻

Yo! Whats up, Nic here and welcome to issue #018 of The Slice  If you missed last week's issue, you can view it here.

Nic made a massive oopsie last week and forgot to add the damn link to the SEO resource! But don't worry I added it again this week, so my deepest apologies. 😔 

In other news, this week I have teamed with
Gene who recently launched Swipe, and he's been kind enough to offer all The Slice subscribers 40% off his product if you use the discount code "slice40". For transparency, I do get a tinsy winsy commission from this. More details on that below.

This week I also took a long hard look at the way I did sponsors/classifieds, and made some major changes to the price that better reflect The Slice. I also revamped the web page to give you more detailed information. So if you're interested in advertising with The Slice, click here
'Self-serving Bias'

In last 3 years, especially during this course of this year, I've made quite the habit of staying accountable to myself, but a few years ago I was quite the opposite of who I am today. Factors that made me more accountable were when I started working for myself, living abroad in a foreign country and most notably, me starting this newsletter.

I didn't think too much of this self-serving bias and I didn't really notice that I had changed until it was made apparent to me by what Vaibhav wrote in his most recent edition of Psyche newsletter explaining the self-serving bias.

"It is defined as the tendency where we attribute the occurrence of positive events on yourself but when it comes to negative events, we’ll credit or blame it on the external factors." 

As I've grown, I've become more self-aware of myself when these these tendencies occur, and all it takes is a bit self-awareness and accountability to mitigate. 


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Now for this week's issue, I hope you enjoy😘
This weeks catches🎣
Here is some cool things that I discovered this week.

Digital Assets (Sponsor)

Digital Assets
Digital Assets is a newsletter that uncovers unique online business startups. We focus on low-cost, high return online businesses that are trending and unique.

Tally  

Tally
Tally is a no-code tool that makes the process of creating forms easy and less of a headache. Create forms for all purposes, whether it be for applications, surveys or customer satisfaction, you name it, and it's free.

Darling 

Darling
Darling is an open-source software that lets you run macOS applications on Linux without the use of a hardware emulator.

nib:space

nibspace
Nibspace is an affordable and lightweight alternative to Google Analytics with a focus on privacy, that doesn't use cookies and compliant with GDPR, PECR, CCPA & LGPD.

Swipe 

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Swipe is a database of 190+ tried and trusted conversion strategies for your home pages, landing pages, onboarding, apps, emails, blogs and ads. All Slice subscribers get a 40% discount using the code "slice40".

Slash

slash
Slash is a unique productivity tool for mac and Windows that helps you stay hyper focused on the task at hand by keeping a pin at the bottom of your screen, making you constantly aware of what you should be doing.

Magic Flow 

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Magic Flow is a copywriting assistant that makes it super easy and fast for you to create landing pages that drive more leads, sales, and signups

Newsletters 🚀

My picks of dope newsletters for this week.
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Growth Marketer is a weekly email that makes marketing actually enjoyable. It keeps you informed on the latest news, tools, and insights.

Blog posts/Articles 📚

There is a lot of crap on the internet, so I rifle through it and pick a out gem or two that I found this week.
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How Canny built a $1m ARR SaaS startup.
"It feels pretty surreal. When you start a SaaS company, $1m ARR seems impossibly far away. Now that we’re here, it feels very much like a turning point. Like a major chapter has ended, but another one has begun." Read more
Knowledge base/Resources 💡
Resources and knowledge that helps you grow and get smarter.
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I was browsing Reddit this week and I came across this really cool infographic about the psychological triggers that marketers use to entice consumers to buy a product. Check it out 

Here is the collection of SEO resources that I found last week but forgot to add the link to (facepalm). 
Check it out
Classifieds 📢
IndieStack - Building, launching, running, and growing digital products has its own unique challenges. Why do it alone, when you can do it with your own tribe of people. Join IndieStack today!

Software Ideas - Looking for your next software idea? This paid newsletter provides three hand-picked, market researched ideas every week! 
Classifieds are paid ads that support The Slice and are seen by our 900+ subscribers each week. Book yours 
All done, I'll be back next week, same time, same place! 💪🏻
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