For all those who don’t know me, Currently, I am leading the Product and Growth for Keygo.me. It is a part of Hatcher & I’ve been dedicatedly working towards decoding the growth hack models for startups. Starting with PR and launch platforms, I’ve learned myself a few things so lets get into what I know about Reddit.
After launching hackr.io, Me and Gaurav were figuring out the ways of getting the the first set of users to validate the product. We have launched it on Product Hunt and got massive support from Product Hunt community.
I am a huge believer of community and how it actually helps you to build a brand. Because at the end, a company is about its people and people build the brand.
I tried a few things on Reddit earlier and it didn’t go well. May be we did a few things wrong or tried to replicate same sort of activities that we did on product hunt and failed.
But later when i learned about Reddit by reading, following and decoding consumers psychology, we cracked our launch on reddit as well. Earlier we failed because we didn’t go native, but this time we did research, and backed our actions with case studies that we saw.
If you haven’t got success in your first launch, keep re-launching it till you get attention.