Hey folks, so as I'm building a new tool called PriceUnlock in public, I realised another 'product' (is it a product?) or mine can be publicly and transparently shared: /r/SaaS
I've been running this community from about 4,000 subscribers 'til today, where we sit at 17,400+ subscribers (look out for next months' report 👀)
Would love to share anything else I can about this, as running and building a community are two pieces of advice we often hear, but I myself haven't seen too much transparency in communities — my best bet is that happens because it's still early days for building in public.
At the same time I pose a question to you: what community are you a part of that you love?
I love some communities for entrepreneurs on Fb. You can find there lots of interesting and useful contacts or product feedback!
I'm a newcomer on Reddit therefore I pose a question to you: what was the reason to start your own community on Reddit?
Thanks Eve! Didn't really start it myself actually - it was started in 2008. I just took over it about 2 years ago and it had about 4,500 members.
You're more than welcome on it. Reddit has its own flavour, as do FB communities or IndieHackers itself
Thanks! I'll try not to disobey the rules more)