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Kevin William David
@kwdinc · Community @Siftery. No 1 Hunter on PH🥇
Since Siftery launched last year I've been using it as my go to source for what software is available and what different companies are using. I have also been using Siftery to find new software products to hunt on Product Hunt :). Because I'm so excited about the product and its potential, I recently joined Siftery to help them grow their community. We're… See more

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Kevin William David
@kwdinc · Community @Siftery. No 1 Hunter on PH🥇
Since Siftery launched last year I've been using it as my go to source for what software is available and what different companies are using. I have also been using Siftery to find new software products to hunt on Product Hunt :). Because I'm so excited about the product and its potential, I recently joined Siftery to help them grow their community. We're… See more
John Fowler
@johnsteerfowler · Founder, Zero Host
Great job on this site guys. My only comment would be for the 'Trending Products' to be a little more up-and-coming and unknown? This might just be my opinion, but at the moment Slack, Github etc are software tools that are pretty much ingrained in this type of community/culture. I for one didn't 'discover' anything new until I clicked 'Show More' a few time… See more
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Gerry Giacoman Colyer
@ggiaco · Growth @ Siftery
Thanks for hunting us @erictwillis! We created Trending Products to be a fast and easy way to stay on top of the B2B products that are making waves. The Product Hunt community has been amazing to Siftery (thanks for the Golden Kitty)! Hope you'll check this out and let us know what you think. For a more detailed overview, we posted on Medium: https://blog… See more
Nico Barawid
@nico_barawid
I really love the interactions on the site - it's kind of addicting to just click around. Super useful to keep tabs on the latest products!
Fred Rivett
@fredrivett · One half of @wecontrast
Interesting way to drill down on products, certainly more value than a simple stack/stash. One thing I'd like to see is a "bootstrap" group, to see if there's any differences in the products used there.