Best way to reach students and graduates online

Fatoumata D.
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Hi everyone, I hope you are having a wonderful day (or evening)! I was wondering if you knew how I could reach students and graduates online (worldwide) to test my app before I go live. I was thinking about Facebook groups but it is easy to be rejected because of the promotion. Do you have any ideas?

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Shopify Expert
Join student forums.
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Founder of We Ynspire
Thanks for the idea!
I build apps , websites and hunt tech
i am student ,and you reached me . Great work
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Founder of We Ynspire
@harshith_sasubelli Thanks for the reply! Do you have a twitter app where I can contact you?
Connect together with Barefoot student(s), consider building relationships, joint venture opportunities, and all kinds of other possibilities worth thinking about... :) https://www.similarweb.com/websi... All the best, David
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Founder of We Ynspire
@david_babins Thanks! I will take a look at the website :)
@weynspire, FYI another resource to try and network together with, maybe a bartering arrangement with some creativity... :) Niche is the market leader in connecting colleges and schools with students and families. With in-depth profiles on every school and college in America, over 140 million reviews and ratings, and powerful search and data tools, Niche helps millions of students and families find and enroll in the right school for them. Discover the schools and neighborhoods that are right for you. - Niche... https://www.niche.com/about/ All the best, David
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Founder of We Ynspire
@david_babins Thanks David this is great! I've also posted volunteers positions through Indeed and I've some requests already :)
Interested in MedEd and radiology
Reddit might be decent but you would want to spend some time building trust before sharing your app.
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Founder of We Ynspire
@husarcik I tried reddit once, it didn't work that well.. I think you are right that building trust is necessary
Interested in MedEd and radiology
@weynspire Most people will ignore your post unless you've been providing things of value for free. For example, in one of our subreddits for medical students, there is a group of people who post free tutorials on how to use a popular flashcard app. Now, they've pivoted to selling a "mastery course" while also still maintaining a lot of their free content. Some people are happy to pay $100+ for that course because they have given some much free advice already to build trust. Best of luck! I do think there are deficiencies in student forums / websites and a lot of us exist on Reddit because there is no other niche alternatives.
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Founder of We Ynspire
@husarcik It is really helpful and it will help me go on the right direction. Thanks a lot! I figured that too, that it was necessary to be active in a community.
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Co-founder/Co-creator, Habbit
@weynspire Can you give me more context? Who is your target audience exactly? Age? I can help direct resources accordingly
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Founder of We Ynspire
@somnathsandeep The context is that I created a social network for final year students and graduates who are looking for their first job. They can give each other tips and advices. There's no age requirements, the targets are final year students and graduates :) I am looking for beta testers before the app goes live on the App Store and Google Play.
Academic Tutor
Hi, I am very glad to join this interesting discussion about the ways to reach students online. Actually there are plenty opf ways to reach students online, In my opinion, sharing educational resources is one of the best way to reach students world wide. Nowadays most of the students are interested in online education and learning, As a students I also join this educational forum https://sks23cu.net/dwqa-questio... to get many questions with answers about statistics and probability, we know that statistics and probability are the two important concepts in Maths. So I think you should share such types of educational resources to connect with global students and graduates. Best Wishes for you.
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