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I had a list with +150 hacks, and I decided to give it a bit of shape and build something that I can share with others.

http://petithacks.com

First impressions, dudes and dudettes?

  • AA

    Anuj Adhiya

    over 4 years ago #

    This is an awesome idea.

  • SM

    Stuart McKeown

    over 4 years ago #

    The hacks really need a title, wasn't sure what I was looking at when browsing them.

  • TW

    Tom Whatley

    over 4 years ago #

    This is an awesome idea, dude. I agree with @joemurfin - perhaps the layout needs neatening up a tiny bit. Otherwise good start!

    • RG

      Robert Graham

      over 4 years ago #

      I agree. I like the tips, but it's hard to parse where one starts and ends.

      It's also hard to see the headlines relative to screenshots.

      Great start.

      • JS

        Javier Sanz

        over 4 years ago #

        You are right, guys. This was a superquick prototype to know if it worth it to spend more time on it.

        I might be already working on something to get better feedback from anyone that wants to share it ;) I will share the link through the email newsletter.

        • TW

          Tom Whatley

          over 4 years ago #

          As a related addendum, I didn't realise there was a newsletter. Took me awhile to find the form!

  • DL

    Dylan La Com

    over 4 years ago #

    This is really cool @malditojavi! It reminds me of Little Big Details where they post a cool little ux detail each day. Are you going to be posting on regular schedule?

    • JS

      Javier Sanz

      over 4 years ago #

      Thanks Dylan! Little Big Details and Product Hunt are big inspirations. I'm still working and adjusting the comments features and others coming.

      I'm plan to do update it daily once the platform is 99% ready, but in the meanwhile I will be sharing some of them :)

  • JM

    Joe Murfin

    over 4 years ago #

    Great site, great idea.
    I think it should go hack title then the image underneath, then text though.

    Like this no? - http://oi62.tinypic.com/nqnxwm.jpg

  • KD

    Ksenia Dobreva

    over 4 years ago #

    Just awesome. Subscribed immediately.

  • DR

    Daniel Reed

    over 4 years ago #

    Love this idea, like of like reallygoodemails.com

    Where are you collecting your hacks from? All community or a collection of your own?

  • DT

    Daniel Tronier

    over 4 years ago #

    Nice site, and great idea to segment based on AARRR. Probably wouldn't be a place where I'd check back daily, but e.g. when doing work with Acquisition then it would be great just to go through all the ones relating to this stage.

  • CO

    Chris Out

    over 4 years ago #

    Very nice site Javier!

  • RO

    Robert Oberhoff

    over 4 years ago #

    neat idea .. hack a day keeps the business idea's fresh ..i love the site reminds me advanced lifehack and other sites or Make ..are you going to add Git. repos the site share html and other stuff for developments while taking royalty fees/subs to make money for the site too?

  • JT

    Jake Tsacudakis

    over 4 years ago #

    I think this is a great database of small, effective growth hacks. I will say because there is so much information and there is a lack of structure, it is kind of overwhelming as a reader to navigate your site.

    I have two recommendations.

    1) Really focus each growth hack around only 1 of the AARRR metrics. I like that you use the framework to breakdown each growth hack but I noticed that some of the hacks have multiple tags: like Acquisition, Activation and Revenue. That's too many tags for 1 small growth hack.

    By focusing each growth hack around its primary objective--like Acquisition or Retention--the reader will have a better way of navigating the site with a particular motivation.

    2) Build and foster a community-curated database of growth hacks (like Product Hunt for growth hacks, or something like that). This may be completely out of left field depending on what your future plan is for the site.

    I hope I could help @malditojavi!

    • JS

      Javier Sanz

      over 4 years ago #

      @jaketsacudakis Are we talking about the same webiste? Where do you see a lack of structure? Categories and main page are not a structure? Don't get it.

      Some hacks can improve the figures of several phases imho.

  • JS

    Javier Sanz

    over 4 years ago #

    Just added a new one.

  • DM

    demetrius michael

    over 4 years ago #

    omg brilliant. <3.

  • JS

    Jit Salunke

    over 4 years ago #

    This is awesome @malditojavi . This could be go to resource to find growth hacks. Not sure if this is possible but it would be awesome if companies share their results from such hacks.

  • GG

    garysvpa garysvpa

    over 4 years ago #

    I visited your website today and found it very interesting and well done. I can tell you have put a lot of work into it.

    Congrats!

  • JS

    Javier Sanz

    over 4 years ago #

    Just deployed le roadmap guys and dudettes http://petithacks.com/pages/roadmap

  • TW

    Tom Whatley

    over 4 years ago #

    Spotted you at #2 on Product Hunt today, well done dude!

  • RS

    Ross Simmonds

    over 4 years ago #

    This is great - Thanks for sharing!

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