This week was exciting in terms of opportunities. One of this is that we started a new project which you will like.
In parallel we successfully launched in a few platforms like Hacker News and Indie Hackers.
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Last week I posted Microns first time on Hacker News.
And the result was immediate. So many people resonated with the idea, and the post was pinned to the top of the front page.
We were 3 days on the front page, and it gave us a bunch of new users.
Many thanks to the people who supported us. You're awesome 🔥
We were 3 days on the Hacker News front page 🏆
🎯 50 points
✏️ 24 comments
📈 1,192 users visited site
🤓 105 newsletter subscribers
💰 7 Premium members
— Ilya Novohatskyi 🇺🇦 (@ilyanovohatskyi)
Mar 29, 2022
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One of the issues we have on Microns is constantly attracting new listings to the site.
To solve this problem, we decided to bet on a long-term game. And started building a side project.
This kind of growth is also known as "Engineering as Marketing".
We started building a micro-startup directory for founders to promote their products.
The main goal is to build brand awareness among founders, so they know that they have an option to sell their projects in the future.
You can submit your project here if you want to be the first.
🔥 Asking Price: $1,735
🔥 Asking Price: $3,000
🔥 Asking Price: $29,000
I've built several SAAS and side-projects those last 5 years 🛠
Not all succeed, but I learned a lot 🤓
Today I'm not sharing great life lessons and business tips.
Today I'm sharing ten practical tips that will help you save time and money on your #IndieHackers journey.
— Pierre de Wulf (@PierreDeWulf)
Nov 20, 2020
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