June 1, 2020

350 Signups!

nateschulte

https://minimaps.io just reached 350 signups!

A good portion of those who signed up are also actively using the product. I haven't done much marketing yet and most of the traffic was driven from IH.

I'll be posting on Product Hunt this week so I'm excited to see what happens with that audience.

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