I offer 5 Reddit subs analysis for a coffee ☕️ (Human Learning guaranteed) [EDIT] OUT OF STOCK 0 seat left!

👋 Hey there,

Want to understand what your targeted community talks about?

I offer analysis on content (max 100 submissions) on any public subs - so that you can spend more time coding...

➡️ If you are interested - just comment below, and I'll reach out via DM on Twitter.


👉 What you can expect

• Human classification of posts by action/motivation/problem
• Graphs & Pivot table showing the total of submissions per action/motivation/problem, an average of upvotes, comments, and awards
• Google Sheet with all the raw data

Ex: User actions by upvotes

Why am I doing this?

I am currently doing it for the niche I am interested in (🛹), and I would like to stretch this muscle a bit - and give some help.

You can buy me a coffee

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    This is an awesome effort. I would love to see what you come up with for r/ProductManagement.

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      This comment was deleted 4 months ago.

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    Thanks a lot for the amazing analysis! I really went beyond my expectation! An eye-opener!! This gave me a clear insight into the community I am planning to build. which is people who have learned to code and looking to sharpen their skills to find a job.

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    Hi! I'm interested in r/freelancewriters

    My twitter is @yongelee_


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    Hey Ben. Thanks for the in depth analysis report. Am in the stage researching a product idea I have and this has really helped me to validate the audience Im looking for; not to mention what the MVP should look like!! Game changer!

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    2 down! 3 seats left! Who else?

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      I would be curious to see what you glean from https://www.reddit.com/r/vinyltoys/

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        Sure! You get the last seat!
        Should be ready by next Saturday. Moving to twitter DM.

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