It’s time for another newsletter on how to submit your project! Sorry for the delay since the last one - I’ve been working a lot (more about this later).
This time we are looking at startuplister.com - a site for discovering new startups and side-projects.
As you will see, getting listed is very simple and painless. Let’s get your project listed on Startuplister:
As on many sites, you will need to register first. Click the register link in the top right corner:
This is done with basic information only: an email address and a password are enough. It’s all done in just one form. Quick and easy:
Putting your startup in the race is almost as easy as registering. One form with some basic information is enough:
As you see, you’ll need only:
the startup/project name
the URL to your startup/project
a tag-line (maximum 50 characters)
and an icon (300x300 pixel or larger)
The Twitter handle is optional.
Please note: You should check your submission before clicking on the ‘List it’ button. There seems to be no option to edit an entry!
As mentioned initially, I’ve been very busy developing the MVP of my next project. If you are interested in optimizing your site for SEO, ranking higher on Google and are already using Google Search Console, I’ve got something interesting for you. Let me know if you would like to discuss becoming an early tester!
Don’t forget to upvote a few interesting projects once you are there! Indie hackers are always happy to receive support! Talking about support, if you are keen you can support me with a cookie 🍪️
I owe a shout out to Michal! He runs an interesting newsletter for creative geeks and marketers. Have a look if you think this of interest to you!
If you are new to the newsletter or online marketing, it pays off to check the Where To Post marketing knowledge-base. You can get numerous guides to submitting your side-project or startup - from simple and small like this one to long and extensive guides for sites such as ProductHunt or Reddit.