Wesley James
Wesley JamesCo-founder, ShadowBid

Best tools for finding early users?

I am looking for inexpensive ways to grow an early user base.
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    Product Hunt 4.0

    Now with Reviews, Badges, Web Links, and more ✨

    Irfaq Syed ⚡️
    Irfaq Syed ⚡️3Founder & CEO, Lukonet · Written
    Well, You're already using the platform to ask such question. PH is the best platform regardless of your stage. You'll get great feedback from the community, grow your user base, attract some media attention, etc.
    • Arun Sathiya
      Arun SathiyaHappiness Engineer, Automattic

      Product Hunt 4.0 is the best that has happened to Product Hunt yet. Easily one of my most favorite websites these days, and I see myself coming back daily to maintain my streak. I am at a 20 day streak now and I hope to see badges evolve with daily streaks - some sort of perks for people coming more often?

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    • Ramy
      RamyFounder @ Letterfuel

      This update is super useful for people deciding whether or not to use a product. Sometime you want to do a deep dive into a product before deciding whether or not to use it.

      The "😻 reviews" feature, as well as the "🔗 Around the Web" section makes this deep dive super easy.

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  2. 3
    BetaPage 2.0

    Community of Hackers and Makers

    sivaramCofounder - HelpNinja.com · Written
    it's another site that stands next to betalist and PH
    • To increase traffic and visibility to your website, that can make a huge difference, list your startup at betapage.co. Also feature your startup in the betapage newsletter that has 20000+ subscribers, to gain a huge advantage over others. So I recommend it to anyone who wants to draw attention to their website.

    • Arvind Chouhan
      Arvind ChouhanDigital Marketing Manager

      Great for tech startups

  3. Kunal Bhatia
    Kunal Bhatia50Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp · Written
    I built some relationships with my early users on Twitter for free. I did end up spending $33 on ads that were not too effective, however, I learned a lot in the process. If you're curious, I wrote about it on Medium: What I Learned About Your SXSW Experience
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    Lowercase Alpha

    Handpicked beta products from Lowercase founders and friends

    Nick Abouzeid
    Nick Abouzeid37Only the hottest Twitter takes · Written
    Lowercase Alpha is free (from what I understand) for founders to post on, but you'll have to know someone at Lowercase Capital (eg. @sacca, @mazzeo, @jacksondahl, or @lazalberto) to help you get onto their list. Alpha will send out TestFlight links to their subscribers, who can then download your app & give you feedback on it. Efficient, easy, but you might have to call in a favor to get ahold of someone at lowercase.
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    Discover tomorrow's startups, today.

    Irfaq Syed ⚡️
    Irfaq Syed ⚡️3Founder & CEO, Lukonet · Written
    If not PH and you're yet to launch or in Beta, then BetaList is one other site that can drive decent growth to your product.