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Where to post to get noticed - a beginner-friendly list of 11 websites (Airtable + Notion doc)

Even though this information has been posted before by Hrishikesh Pardeshi as a Twitter thread, I have compiled it into an easy-to-use table.

Most of you already know this but some people who are just getting started with growth hacking on their SaaS products might find it rather useful. So I thought I might share it here...

Get the document on Notion: https://www.notion.so/c75551428d434857aadbf535a2590dac?v=c316a8a1cabd43249cdc37928036248e

Get the document on Airtable: https://airtable.com/shr5d9VpTXhZUuiVq

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    It's worth resharing such resources, it's amazing! Would have been so useful to have it prelaunch of some products haha! Which of these do you think would be still good to try when you're not new to the market anymore?

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      I would definitely bet on Twitter, Indie Hackers and Reddit. These are very active communities where you can always reach new clients or get valuable feedback. I would also try to use Google itself and work backwards by trying to find my own product with a few keywords, then posting on the top-listed websites (if possible).

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    Nice, found a couple I didn't know about.

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    Wow, that's a very good list. Perhaps channels are pretty well-known but summarizing when and how to use them makes this list really valuable.

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    Nice, that's a solid list, thanks!

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    Notice me ✌️. Here 😛

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    Man, it's exactly what I need. I wish my twitter and linkedin networks were broader. I haven't utilized reddit yet, but looking forward to it.

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