72 hours ago I launched Dracula PRO. Here are some thoughts and behind the scenes of that process.
It's possible to make money with open source.
Here's the geographical distribution of traffic this week.
The US alone has 23% of total traffic, that's important to know especially when it comes to distributing content at the right timezone.
I tried sharing on Reddit, Product Hunt, HackerNews, and IndieHackers.
Even though they brought some traffic, Twitter still is the number one referral source.
Net Sales are $5,252.47 (after Gumroad fees, refunds, chargebacks, and affiliate fees);
Total Costs are $120.40 (Mailchimp, Typeform, etc);
Net Profit: $5,132.07
Staying lean is very hard, but I'm focused on maintaining the operational costs as low as possible.
Now I'm trying to think of ideas to keep the momentum going.