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Twitter Cards Are Ready

Recently I created a twitter account for Prodhunt. I'll be sharing abandoned projects with their .com domains. As an additional information I'll include backlink and referring domains count from ahrefs.

It's highly inspired from @productnames by Stephen. If you are looking for unexplored ideas you should check that out.

Next stop will be the youtube channel where I'll be sharing daily bar chart races for products on PH.

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    I don't get it.

    Are those dynamic Twitter Cards that auto-update with the latest stats for that post?

    If so, aren't you concerned that Twitter only refreshes its cache every few days or so?

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      Thanks for asking Jay, I should've explain it better.

      These are not dynamic, so no worries about caching. Thank you for the heads up. I doubt these numbers hardly change. antibait.com for example is a project released on producthunt 4 years ago. https://www.producthunt.com/posts/antibait

      My purpose of sharing these,

      • By comparing the numbers on PH votes and backlinks I can easily say that this domain made good marketing and there are about 4k backlinks ready. So anyone can take it and give it another spin.
      • There are some opposite examples where PH votes are quite high but no marketing done, this might be the reason for that project to fail so any marketer can revive the project.
      • Additionally, it could be just for daily inspiration, you see antibait.com and think about "oh, I should do something for fleets, antifleets.com" is the new project idea.
      • On top of these, maybe it wasn't the right time for that project. Founders had a better opportunity to follow so they dropped these, or many other reasons.

      Calling it Twitter Cards maybe the confusing part, I couldn't come up with a better title.

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