July 13, 2020

5 Consecutive Issues.

Nic Getkate @TheWonderingZall

So last week Friday marked the day where I had sent out 5 consecutive issues of The Slice, and its been great to see such awesome growth over the last 5 weeks.

One of the things that I have found difficult is finding solid products to feature, I've tried to stray away from just featuring anybody. I started doing this "filtering" process after #003 of The Slice and seemed to have done quite well, but I thought maybe about implementing a Google Form, to make this process easier.

But so far so good, I have seen a little slow down in growth over the last 2 weeks, and that's probably because I have been posting a little less on Indie Hackers, but I have now identified the channels which work best of me, namely;

-Reddit
-Indie Hacker
-Twitter
-Hacker News

I still have yet to try any paid channels, but I'm a little sceptical of that due to the quality of subscribers I could potentially get, and maybe growing organically is the better option for now

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