How We Got Our First 2,000 Users Doing Things That Don’t Scale by Ryan Hoover

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This week's episode was written by Ryan Hoover, Founder of Product Hunt and key investor at Weekend Fund. Ryan regularly writes about startup trends, product designs, and production growth on his blog ryanhover.me .

In this article, Ryan tells the story of how he successfully launched Product Hunt. He writes about how they acquired over 2000 users by doing things that didn’t scale. Are you searching for a crowd to launch to? Listen to find out how Product Hunt did it!

Listen to the episode now or read the full article: How We Got Our First 2,000 Users Doing Things That Don’t Scale

“With Product Hunt, we focused on user acquisition before we had a product. 20 days after its public launch, we had a community of 2,000 users that we acquired by doing things that don’t scale. Here’s how we did it."

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