December 15, 2019

Getting mentally ready for next week: 1000 visits

devrim

When we were somehow satisfied with the product our first step was to somehow lead at least 1000 people to see the product. As we are a tightly bootstrapped startup we are trying to do this with absolutely no budget. Having no idea how to accomplish that, we started with the classics, twitter digging and some forum posting.

Meanwhile I've decided that we somehow need a log to keep to remind us what we've done. Indiehackers maybe a suitable place for this as it has a zero hassle ui that could easily be used for this purpose.

It's funny the fact that you can create something matters far less than how connected you are to getting it publicly known.

There is this tool that may be of a need for some people out there, we'll see how many hoops we'll jump through to get it to them.

Rant over. Cheers.

Today's Top Milestones
  • Perseverance and random dev notes
    And here it comes the tough part. Major features have been developed, along with frontend optimizations. Now it's time to make some promotion and star
  • Launching the app 🚀
    Here is my strategy: 1 - Test the facebook ad with : - Taking of email - Without email capture 2 - Post in facebook groups without taking the email Wh
  • Launching the app 🚀
    Here is my strategy: 1 - Test the facebook ad with : - Taking of email - Without email capture 2 - Post in facebook groups without taking the email Wh
  • Posted my MVP on IH to be roasted
    Made a post on Indie Hackers to get some feedback on the project, see what others have to say: https://www.indiehackers.com/post/show-ih-super-simple-
  • Finished (super rough) MVP in 1 day
    I read somewhere that if you are not ashamed of your MVP then you launched too late. This is why this MVP still has wet paint that needs to be dried,