November 14, 2019

1,000 subscribers and first revenue!

coreyrab

We have been experimenting with organic acquisition channels so we don't rely too heavily on paid. We shared our newsletter on Reddit and we doubled our subscribers in one weekend. That tactic most likely won't be repeatable, but it gave us a nice boost.

We also launched our first paid product and got our first 2 purchases. Woot!

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