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September 13th, 2017

Nomad List 2.0

Find the best cities to live and work remotely

Nomad List is a social network of 10,437 digital nomads. Discuss and discover the best cities to live and work remotely.

Matt
Matt
A ton of great info here that is always being updated with new features.
Ayush Mittal
Ayush Mittal- bro @boombro, Founder RefR ✌
Compare local living costs of different locations - also includes information on weather & safety. The filters let one filter from a region, time of the year, living cost, air quality and much more.
Sven van der Zee
Sven van der Zee- Founder AcceptCrypto
For people who work remotely
Forbes
Good, relevant information can be hard to come by in different pockets of the world. I can say this is especially true for Asia. What could be listed as a great spot for a hot bowl of noodles might now be a moped repair shop. Looking for a bank? The [...]
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Setup successful refer-a-friend style waiting lists, sweepstakes & lead-magnets in minutes, not days.

👉 It works on your website

👉 No developer needed

👉 Built-in marketing automation

Angie
Angie- Founder of YourApparel
Suitable for maximising traffic and growing an audience.
Amrith Shanbhag
Amrith Shanbhag- Community at Product Hunt & Feathrd
Try this!
Amrith Shanbhag
Amrith Shanbhag- Community at Product Hunt & Feathrd
It's easy to go viral!
Medium
As the old saying goes: preparation is everything, and this applies especially for PH. However, the BIG problem with PH is that you just don't know if/when someone will hunt you ( ps: never hunt your own product. More on this later.) This presents a rather high level of unpredictability and something you have to prevent.
Hackerpreneur
In 2013, Mailbox was set to revolutionise productivity by giving us all new superpowers to blast through our endless email. If regular email was a Swiss army knife, Mailbox was the Uzi that'd take you from inbox zillion to inbox zero. And for a while, that's exactly what happened.
Indie Hackers
My name is Manuel Frigerio, and I'm the founder of Maître. My background is in business and management, but my real passion has always been coding. I've been a self-taught developer since the age of 15. In January 2016 I launched Maître to help businesses generate viral growth without having to write the code or hire the hosting infrastructure.
YHP
MaÎtre, a viral waiting list tool was recently launched and did what it promises to help others do. Go viral. A viral waiting list creates exclusivity and desire to try the product (as long as it is solving a painful problem in the first place).
Product Hunt
It's the catch-22 of the startup world: you want to launch something cool, but you need money to do it, but you won't have money until you launch something cool. Hey, we get it.
Kurve
From testing MVP versions of your product to getting smart customer insights, there are thousands of solutions available online. How do you choose the right ones for your startup? While large enterprise services have long-standing performance track records, they do not come cheap.
Siftery
The original inspiration came from Mailbox and Monzo. We wanted to create a set of tools copying the same mechanisms used by these guys. Which regular marketers or entrepreneurs, who perhaps weren't VC backed with lot's of development resource could use.
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Nick Abouzeid
Nick Abouzeid- Words at Product Hunt ✌️
Copying off of Kate - Listen is a free second number for calls/texts built into your phone. No need to switch, and it piggy backs off your data. Convenient when you need to list a public phone number but don't want spam calls 24/7!
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Nomad List 1.0

The best cities to live and work remotely

Mohammed Rafy
Mohammed Rafy- All things Community
As per your question, this was built by just one developer and this product was profitable from very first day.
Kijan Maharjan
Kijan Maharjan- Chief of Design/Product @UXCam
All the data you need to backpack is here. Almost everything about the destination
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Habit List

Manage habits w/ a clean interface showing streaks & trends

Create good habits, break unhealthy ones, build a better you.

Aleksandra
Aleksandra- Maker @ Planet:tech, Supergirls
I put my resolutions into the Habit List and it really helps me to keep track of how I'm keeping to them (daily, weekly, monthly analytics). The limitation is that you can add mostly actionable items like 'go for a run', ' do morning meditation' or 'reading 100 pages a day'. It does not help to track resolutions like 'improve emotional well-being', 'improve … See more
Aleksandra
Aleksandra- Maker @ Planet:tech, Supergirls
I also tried Habit List and love it for simplicity. Reminders are very helpful!
Aleksandra
Aleksandra- Maker @ Planet:tech, Supergirls
I use Habit List, and it gives me a great overview of my habits and routines. Easy customization and clean design are the main advantages for me, though morning reminders are very helpful too :)
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Course List

Free listing of online courses

Course List is a free listing of online courses that matches 3 simple requirements: at least 50 students, at least 1 month old, and available for purchase as a stand alone course (not as a subscription to a massive site containing lots of courses).

Paul Jarvis
I started creating online courses in 2014. At the time it was for fun and really just to see if I could create one (I never intended it to be the main part of my business). But now, years later, I've created courses that have been taken by over 10,000 students (which is scary to imagine) and generated over $1,000,000 dollars in revenue.
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