What are some startups you've come across that ship awesome features with consistent cadence?

Sharath Kuruganty
37 replies


Fajar Siddiq
What is the meaning of cadence?
Musharof Chowdhury
@stefan_smiljkovic @fajarsiddiq he is from product hunt internal team, his post always get featured. Whenever I visit product hunt one of his post will be trending on homepage for sure. Taking full advantage of power or maybe something we don't know 😅
Musharof Chowdhury
@fajarsiddiq I think product hunt wants to increase engagement in discussion section by creating contents. But why the same content guy all the time IDK.
Sharath Kuruganty
@fajarsiddiq It means in a consistent interval :) Not many startups maintain that flow and I was curious to know from the community who they pick!
Gabriele Sangrigoli
@fajarsiddiq @stefan_smiljkovic ''Cadance'' means how often something happen. Consistent cadance in this contest means ''Do you know start ups that posts awesome features often and keep doing it?''
Gabriele Sangrigoli
@stefan_smiljkovic @fajarsiddiq @musharofchy It's normal. They are comunity managers/developers. Their role is to build a comunity. I find these type of posts extremely useful to connect to other and to find new great products too! :)
Evan Stewart
MicroAcquire is ahead of the game right now. Not only do they ship, but everything they ship has incredible value to their community.
Sharath Kuruganty
@evst 100% with you. MicroAcquire has been killing it lately, and they are launching some excellent features helping a lot of founders!
Carsten Pleiser
@evst @5harath totally agree here. MicroAcquire is doing really well, also from a marketing stand point. Andrew (https://www.linkedin.com/in/agaz...) is posting his updates on LinkedIn almost daily.
Stefan Smiljkovic
https://www.bannerbear.com/ have great consistent updates on new features and growth.
Sharath Kuruganty
@stefan_smiljkovic Jon Yongfook is a legend! The way he launched 12 products in 12 months is inspiring. Definitely, someone to follow.
sachin londhe
https://mdx.one/ - the speed at which new features are being added is truly admirable
Saurabh Chandarana
I think Notion does a good job with shipping features while maintaining the growth.
Knights Gram
Microaquire has been killing it
Anish Upadhayay
What do you mean exactly?
robiul haque
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