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December 21, 2020
How We Got Featured Top 10 on Product Hunt: Real Progress & Luck
Oooh, my goodness. Yesterday, Gumdrop was featured top 10 on Product Hunt homepage. (https://www.producthunt.com/posts/gumdrop) My team didn't even know that wa…
November 18, 2020
What happened after pubb (how we pivoted)
Pubb.at was awesome. Our team built a product from zero to hero. Pubb.at was hosting communitiesi for many community builders. The platform is still running. I …
July 27, 2020
Why you need A co-founder? IT'S A LONELY RUN, SURVIVE IT.
A founder is a lonely position. A community builder is a position. Run a startup is really hard. You will get upset, you will get stressed, you will get paranoi…
July 19, 2020
Free community is a different game from paid community
When we started Pubb.at, we aimed at paid communities. I wanted to make a good platform for community builders to host their members. With some hustling, it did…
July 12, 2020
Don't fall for FAKE DATA! Founders need to get REAL DATA for their ideas
Startups: build something that people will actually use will require data from those people who are in the problem space. It is often in a niche, which means yo…
July 4, 2020
Nowadays people only read titles on IH or what?😂
I don't really appreciate people who don't only read the title and disagree with something that I obviously agree with them. Days ago I had this article here ca…
July 1, 2020
Feedbacks from non-users are WORTHLESS
Feedbacks from non-users don't provide any value. Founders often don't distinguish the differences between customer feedback and garbage feedbacks. This can cau…
June 28, 2020
A customer who has the problem 🤷♂️ vs. A customer who recognizes the problem 🙌
If a person recognizes that you have a solution to his painful problem, he will take it. THIS APPLIES TO COMMUNITY BUILDING AS WELL🗣 Founders/builders struggle…
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