Tue. Jul 5th, 2022

Introduction: How I Can Make Sure I Don’t Get Stuck In Traffic

It was 7:30 pm on a Friday night, and I was driving in the pouring rain. No sooner did I get on the highway did all of the cars around me start to move at an alarming rate. Why? They were merging into what seemed like an 18-wheeler’s lane! The traffic gods were clearly messing with me, and my patience had fallen short from their antics. I decided to call my boyfriend and ask him if he could pick me up on his way home from work. I was getting off the highway when I noticed two cars merging into my lane with no intention of letting anyone else go around them. My heart was pounding and I couldn’t think straight. The road rage was only building up…
For the next 35 minutes, I drove through hell and back. I was constantly being cut off, almost ran off the road, and even had a cop behind me for going 10 mph over the speed limit. It seemed like everyone was in such a rush that they didn’t care about anyone else on the road. I finally made it home at 8:10 pm, and I was ready to kill someone, including myself. That’s when I realized my life would have been 10 times easier if I had taken public transportation. I was already late for a meeting, which put me in a bad mood since I had to cancel the next one…

i played hard to get and he gave up
i played hard to get and he gave up

Getting Started with Product Hunt & Product Writing

After reading Marty’s blog several times, I decided to take his advice to heart and try my hand at writing an elevator pitch. My VP is: “A website where you can discover the best products in categories ranging from art to games to food. We make it easy for you to find, share and vote on the best of the best.” Well there we go! But wait, where does one even start with something like a pitch?
That’s exactly what I set out to figure out when I decided to ride on my first product hunt. To make things interesting, I threw in a fun twist: I was going to be the first product featured on Product Hunt.

i played hard to get and he gave up
i played hard to get and he gave up

What is the Best Tool to Use for Building a Product?

I was sitting in a coffee shop, waiting for my morning cup of Joe. I had a pit in my stomach since I was just kicked out of the office for having way too many meetings with customers and not getting anything done. That’s when I read about the Product Hunt technique. Ever since then, I’ve been trying all sorts of different products to know what people are talking about and how others like to get their articles. One of my favorite products is: Quip
Quip is an online document editor which you can use to share documents with co-workers. It helps me build the product of my dreams. Quip is an online document editor which you can use to share documents with co-workers. It helps me build the product of my dreams.
Here’s how it works:
First, go to Quip.com and create a new team. Then you can choose whether to add your coworkers or just give the link to your friends, family and whoever else you want to work with.

i played hard to get and he gave up
i played hard to get and he gave up

How Can I Get More Product Reviews?

I had just launched my new product and I couldn’t keep up with all of the emails asking me to review their new product. I was getting stressed because I wanted everyone to be happy, but the work was overwhelming me. That’s when I decided to cater to my audience and give them what they wanted: reviews! The best way for me to promote my product has been: to provide my audience with something that they want. If you want to get more people to review your product then you have to give them what they’re looking for: reviews!
I ended up sending different incentives out to my email list such as free products, discounts or even cash money. To send the discount code just make a new email and type the code in it. For example, [email protected] would mean that if someone were to purchase the product through the link provided they would get a 10% discount. Once I had this system in place I decided to do something extra, I started to ask my audience what they were looking for and how they were going to use the product.

i played hard to get and he gave up
i played hard to get and he gave up

Closing Thoughts & Final Thoughts on “Product Hunt” & “Product Writing”

These two articles were both extremely helpful and informative, so I wanted to end with something that had a personal touch. I did some research and decided to write about my life, hoping to get some insight into what I had gone through as a startup founder. I’m afraid if I didn’t post this, most would believe that I’m some horribly bitter person who is always unhappy, and in fact I am a generally very happy person.
After reading the first few paragraphs, only one of my co-founders read it fully; the rest thought it was just a list of bad experiences. But I still want to share this because if you’ve been through some things that aren’t perfect and you’re still smiling, then for me it proves it’s possible to keep going strong through anything.
In writing this, I’m an introverted person who’s had moments of doubt and even been a little hurt by some things that have happened; but none of these really stopped me from enjoying my life and experiencing things that I never would have otherwise.
The first thing I want to mention is the book “Choose Yourself!”. This book changed my outlook on life and put it into a new context for me. I had read other books by James Altucher and always enjoyed them, but this one helped me the most, and I have to say the title is a catchy one.

i played hard to get and he gave up
i played hard to get and he gave up