With over 100k daily active users and over 500k people subscribed to their mailing list, Product Hunt is a great way to gain early traction for your product. Learn how to take advantage of this channel to improve your product awareness and acquire new customers.
There are over 20 000 apps launched on Product Hunt each month. Understand the steps you need to take to list your product for the day, get upvotes and reach the product of the day.
You only get one chance to make an impression on each launch. Understand what it takes and learn the best tips to prepare to make the best out of your launch day, so you achieve your goals.
While getting a hunter isn’t required, you have better odds of having a successful launch once you have an excellent hunter vouching for your product. Learn how to approach the right hunter with a pitch and convince them to hunt your product.
Sefunmi is the Co-Founder of Co.Lab and a previous product manager at Apple and Microsoft. He is also the author of How to Product, A book on transitioning into product management from outside the industry.
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