Since its origins in 2011, Snapchat has grown and evolved to become one of the most popular social media platforms in the world. However, going public and fending off increasing competition from Instagram have stalled Snapchat’s growth and the company’s next move. To understand Snapchat’s growth, we need to start by looking at what prompted Spiegel to develop his idea in the first place.
For technology businesses, Product Hunt is the first platform for marketing and lead generation. Product Hunt’s reach and popularity remain unmatched. There aren’t many platforms that have the power to get sign-ups, create a spike in traffic and grab the attention of leading media publications all at once. In this article, we're going to share a workable (and legit) framework for identifying potential leads from Product Hunt. This framework contains tips, tricks, and steps we’ve learned, come across, and even figured out for ourselves -- hacks we believe in and those we’d like you to stay clear of. Lead Generation using the 'Upcoming' section on Product Hunt A product that’s yet to resonate with its audience has a limited chance of getting a sign-up. Product Hunt ‘Upcoming' eases this hurdle by providing Makers (that is, you) a showcase of sorts. In the words of Product Hunt, this platform was built to “give the community a preview of tomorrow’s next products, and 'Makers' an opportunity to build an audience and collect feedback before their public debut. ” Product Hunt’s ‘Upcoming’ platform helps new products get the initial traction by assisting them in generating leads. Each time a user subscribes to your product’s ‘Upcoming,’ Product Hunt shares their email credentials with you.
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