Over $3k in revenue this month

Over $3k in revenue this month from our new product - things.morflax.com 🥳And it was only pre-release!

  • Sold over 90-lifetime deals
  • $3k revenue
  • $20 MRR
  • 4.2k website visitors
  • 300 registered users

It's a huge milestone for me, now I can focus more on creating interesting things!

  1. 3

    Website looks great! I think you could really do something big with this, and I honestly think the lifetime deal is a steal. Would be worth trying raising prices to see what happens!

    1. 2

      Thank you, I really appreciate it!

      There is a programmed price increase, there are limited seats for every price. For now, the app is in the early stage, so the price is very low.

  2. 2

    Great website! Speed is nice tooo and I like the lifetime pricing idea. Great trick $$$!

    1. 1

      Thanks! Yes, lifetime deals are a great start, but better to go with monthly subscriptions in the future.

  3. 2

    Your website is great looks like apple page.

    1. 1

      Thanks! Yes, the main idea was taken from Apple, as it is now about Apple production mockups.

  4. 2


    Do you think your lifetime deals are suppressing your MRR growth or helping it?

    1. 1

      Definitely, lifetime deals suppressing MRR. But I think lifetime deals are a great start.

      1. 1

        Where did you launch your LTD at? Appsumo or just via your website?

        1. 1

          Just on my website and with help of Twitter.

  5. 1

    Looks nice. Sorry, but what is it for?

    1. 1

      For website & app design presentations!

  6. 1

    Nicely done! Quite unique offering. Exactly one of those where you think why didn't I think of this before, haha.

    Rooting for ya!

    1. 1

      Thank you, I glad you like it!

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