Just got my 50th signup today for ExtensionPay! ExtensionPay lets developers easily take payments in browser extensions, replacing the Chrome Web Store payments system that was shut down in February.
I'm happy that there's interest and signups! Over the past couple weeks I've been marketing in a few channels: IndieHackers, the official Chrome extension mailing list, a browser extension slack group, and direct outreach to extension developers that used to use Chrome web store payments. I was expecting to grow the userbase a lot more from these channels but only got a few signups so that's a little disappointing, but I guess that's part of the process — finding channels that work.
Does anyone have advice for what to do next? My thought was to redo the landing page a bit: add a featured extension or two, add a couple content marketing posts reassuring folks that yes you can make money with extensions, add some social proof (maybe how much extension developers have earned with ExtensionPay so far). Then market a little more widely in subreddits, producthunt, etc and start to work SEO (which I've never done before so any specific advice would be helpful). But I'd love to hear other thoughts! Please leave any in the comments!