The Product Person

100+ curated articles to 10x your product skills

#1 Product of the DayNovember 03, 2019
The Product Person is a curated collection of 100+ articles & blog posts to improve your product skills delivered to you, 1 article a week + a summary, in a free weekly newsletter.
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Hey Makers & Product Hunt lurkers πŸ‘‹ The Product Person is a curated collection of 100+ articles & blog posts delivered to you, 1 article a week + a summary, in a free weekly newsletter. The reason why I want this to exist is because I personally find that there's ton of amazing and super insightful blog posts about building, growing, and marketing products. But that's the issue. There's soo many. I kind of have to rely on chance to stumble upon really good stuff. And even then, I find myself having to "save it for later" because I don't have the time to read it in that exact moment that I found it. Then usually I just forget to read it. So I'm hoping to take a stab at solving this problem for myself, and others, by finding 100+ amazing articles that'll drop some knowledge on a certain aspect of product building. Then every week, I send out 1 article in a newsletter along with a summary of the article. My goal is that this will allow for slow, thorough consumption of these articles & blog posts. Hopefully, through this we can all become improved product people! πŸ› οΈ Thanks for reading! If you have any questions or feedback, please tell me in the comments below πŸ™‚
Just signed up - love the website and concept!
@9mikeding8 Glad you like it! & Thanks for subscribing Mike πŸ˜„
Thanks Anthony, looking forward to the newsletter! Seeing this made me wonder how one would source the material and scale summarizing, I don't think I could consistently read 100+ articles and summarize them by myself and I wouldn't want to pay a staff, either. I generally think summarization is still something of an untapped market, I wish there were more blinkists covering more niches/verticals. We only have so much time to read so much!
@jim_kleban Hi Jim, thanks for subscribing! I plan to read everything myself and manually summarize.I get that automation == scale. But my hypothesis is that people stick around for personality, uniqueness, and value. I genuinely enjoy this kind of content, it is likely that it could become alot to handle at some point. Maybe someday I'll get a writer, but definitely not for a while :)
@antdke Yeah, voice matters. Have fun :) !
This is interesting. Cant wait to read your newsletter.
Love the idea. Signed up! Should I receive a confirmation?