Staffjoy

Staffjoy launched on Product Hunt in October, 2015. The team wrote a case study of the launch at Launching a B2B App on Product Hunt.

Staffjoy was featured as one of the top 10 products of the day with 168 upvotes. The launch led to 852 unique visitors and 44 free trial signups.


Software Engineering Unlocked

Michaela Greiler launched the Software Engineering Unlocked Podcast on Product Hunt in February, 2020. It reached the 12th place with 95 upvotes.

Michaela wrote more about the launch at Product Hunt Launch Results. On launch day, she got 500 visitors to the site. The podcast was also downloaded 400 times.

She said that the launch “wasn’t a game-changer in terms of bringing in new listeners. I estimate the effect of doing the launch to be on par with releasing one new good episode.” She did say it was great for reaching people in Indie Hacker/maker communities.


Shhh Noise

Marie Ng shared Shhh Noise on Product Hunt in November, 2021. She added the product within 30 minutes of deciding to post it.

She was in the #3 position within 90 minutes of posting it. It was still in 3rd position with 290 votes after 18 hours. At that point, it had one negative review. It finished as #3 Product of the Day. She shared a snapshot of her Product Hunt stats.

The launch of Shhh Noise led to a noticeable increase in traffic to Llama Life.


Remote | OK

Remote Ok launched on Product Hunt in February, 2015. It became #1 product of the day, #3 product of the week and #5 product of the month. He ended the day with 529 upvotes.

Pieter Levels shared behind the scene details at How I built Remote | OK and launched it to #1 on Product Hunt.

He didn’t have analytics installed on the first day. On day 2, he got 14,179 unique visitors. The launch led to additional press and sign ups.


Only Sheets

Andrew Kamphey launched Only Sheets on Product Hunt on February 1, 2021. Within an hour, it was #5. It was briefly #2 but ended the day in third position.

It ended up making it into that weeks Product Hunt Digest.


Open Habits

Open Habits launched on Product Hunt in November, 2018. After 9 hours, it was #2 on Product Hunt with 200 votes. The website had 1.2k unique visitors and 155 people had registered. 22 hours after launch, it had 360 upvotes. The website had 2.5k unique visitors and 278 registered users.

The 400th user registered within 48 hours of the launch.

A week later, Aiden reported that the Open Habits community was 540 people strong.


Mailbird

Mailbird was featured on Product Hunt in December, 2015. The product was unexpectedly hunted and they had to respond quickly, rather then implement their planned campaign. They wrote a case study of their experience at What Being Featured on Product Hunt Feature Taught Us.

They got over 100 upvotes on that day and the website got over 1000 new visitors. They also got an extra 20(ish) new users a day via Product Hunt.


No Code MBA

No Code MBA launched on Product Hunt in November 2020.

After 6 hours, it was in the fifth position. By the 8 hour mark, it had risen to fourth place.

After 17 hours, it had 234 upvotes. 37 hours after launching, 453 upvotes.

He shared more about the experiencec at How I made the front page on Product Hunt.

He offered nocodemba at a 50% discount during launch day. He had a 25% discount for the rest of the week.


Growth Lessons

Kieran Ball launched Growth Lessons on Product Hunt in April, 2020. It finished at #7 with 307 upvotes.

The launch impacted on the size of his newsletter. He started the day with 50 subscribers. By the days end, it had 424 subscribers. Three days later, he reached 694 subscribers.


Llama Life

Marie launched Llama Life on Product Hunt in March, 2021. It was her first launch as a solo maker. 

After 2 hours, the product made it to the front page.

The website was down for four hours during the launch while Marie was asleep. She was still in #6 position, but estimated she lost 50-60 votes.

At the 16 hour mark, Llama life was still in 6th position with 140 votes.

She finished in 6th position with 186 votes and 47 comments. It led to 140 new sign ups and 3 immediate purchases.


Trends.vc

Trends.vc launched on Product Hunt in August, 2020. It became #1 Product of the Day, #1 Product of the Week and #1 Product of the Month.

He shared some of the tactics that helped at 1 Product of the Week on Product Hunt.


Trends.vc 2.0

Trends.vc 2.0 launched on Product Hunt in August, 2021. After 90 minutes, it had 100 upvotes. After 3 1/2 hours, it has in the #1 spot with over 200 upvotes. After 11 hours, it had 650 upvotes.

He created a Twitter thread to help promote the launch. You can read it at How I built a paid community to 1,000+ members in 10 months.

It became the #1 Product of the Day with 972 votes and 288 comments. It also became the #1 Product of the Week. He shared tips and strategies from the launch at #1 Product of the Week on Product Hunt


WooMetrics

WooMetrics launched on Product Hunt in July, 2021. Mark provided launch updates throughout the day. After 2 hours, it was in 7th position with 13 votes. After 5 1/2 hours, it was in 6th place with 29 upvotes. WooMetrics also had its first user sign up. After 7 hours, it was in 5th position with 37 upvotes. At the 9 hour mark, it had 47 upvotes. After 12 hours, it was in #6 place with 55 upvotes. WooMetrics finished in 7th place with 95 upvotes. It also had 275 website visits and 3 signups.


Black Magic

Tony launched Black Magic on Product Hunt in May, 2021. After 5 1/2 hours, it was #6 Product of the Day. He was kind enough to show support for the other products on Product Hunt.

It finished as #9 Product of the Day with 156 votes. The launch sent 1.9 unique visitors who sent 5k page views. It also resulted in 460 active users, but zero paid ones.

After two weeks, Black Magic had:

  • 9k unique visitors
  • 21.1k page views
  • 222 upvotes
  • 4 paying members
  • $16 MRR

Deploy Empathy

Michele launched Deploy Empathy on Product Hunt in August, 2021. Initially, it didn’t show up in search or the homepage. Peers guessed that this could be due to shadow banning. This was fixed within a couple of hours.

It quickly hit the #4 position. Within 30 minutes, it rose to 3rd place with 60 upvotes. 30 minutes after that it hit 2nd place with 84 upvotes. It reached 100 upvotes within 6 hours and became #1 Product of the Day. Michele said “It’s fun to see so many familiar faces in that right sidebar.”

She shared the Product of the Day milestone – and asked for extra support – 14 hours after launch.

It was still #1 and had 352 upvotes when she woke up the next day. She ended the day at #1. She was also featured in the weekly newsletter. She sold 19 books on launch day and 29 in the following week

She shared what she had learned in a comprehensive Twitter thread.


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100 Mesh Gradients

Gene Maryushenko launched a mesh gradient pack on Product Hunt in July, 2021. He’d created the site and prepped for the launch in a few hours. Within half an hour, it had 36 upvotes.

He made $34 from the launch, despite it being a free product. He also made some sales of SaaS Blocks. (You can learn more about that Product Hunt launch here.)

It finished as #3 Product of the Day with 600 votes. He had 493 downloads of the kit and made $136 from sales of other products.


Business Model Kit

The team behind the Business Model Kit, Board Of Innovation, wrote a post summarizing the launch at This is how launching on Product Hunt for the first time hammered our expectations.

Within a week, they had:

  • 444 upvotes
  • 5.013 sessions to the BM kit page
  • 3.006 unique visits
  • 223 newsletter subscribers
  • 3 innovation trainings requests

Alpe Audio

Alpe Audio launched on Product Hunt in April, 2021. After 12 hours, it had 229 upvotes. It became the #1 Product of the Day. This led to:

  • 10,000+ eyeballs across website + social.
  • 300 app downloads
  • 20 new subscribers

Yehoshua Zlotogorski shared an audio on Racket going behind the scenes of the launch. The team spent over 70 hours preparing for the launch. They shared more about the experiences – and the resources that helped them – at Is launching on Product Hunt worth it and how to do it.


Imagif

Imagif launched on Product Hunt in July, 2020. It was briefly #3 but couldn’t keep the position. It finished with 112 upvotes.

Shubham Bhatt created a Twitter thread with the lessons learned.


MetaSurvey 2.0

MetaSurvey 2.0 launched on Product Hunt in May, 2021. It became #5 Product of the Day with 135 upvotes.

Stan Chernitckii shared more launch stats at FAILED on ProductHunt after 1600+ hours of work. They got 183 unique site visits, 12 new users and 12 new pro users. Unfortunately, it only led to two extra sales. He posted more about the struggles at I got 1400% traffic, 950% sign-ups, Product Hunt #2 and only 1 SALE! What do I do now?


Open Startup

Open Startup launched on Product Hunt in August 2020. Within 5 hours, he got 100 upvotes. It ended up at #4 Product of the Day with 400 upvotes.

4 days after launching, it reached 600 upvotes.

Sagun Shrestha shared more statistics at ProductHunt Launch Aftermath. He got:

  • 82 newsletter subscribers
  • 999 pageviews from 709 unique visitors
  • 12 new submissions to add to the directory

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Actiondesk

Actiondesk launched their public beta on Product hunt in February, 2019. They became the #1 Product of the Day and #2 Product of the week.

They shared more about their launch at How Actiondesk reached +1,600 upvotes on Product Hunt. They:

  • got 900 upvotes by the end of the day. Within a month, they had over 1600 upvotes
  • got 450 signups in three days
  • averaged 13 signups/day for the rest of the month thanks to Product Hunt

They also subscribed to Product Hunt Upcoming. That got them 250+ subscribers over 2-3 months


Munch by Moving

Ujjwal Sukheja launched Munch by Moving on Product Hunt in June, 2021. It finished at #4 Product of the Day with 365 upvotes.

He shared frequent updates during the launch.

He shared more about the launch at Indie Hackers.


Stackprint

Stackprint launched on Product Hunt in December, 2020. It finished at 15th place with 187 upvotes.

Sven Frese posted regular updates on Twitter.

  • After 6 hours, Stackprint had 53 upvotes, 197 unique visitors and 15 new signups.
  • After 9 hours, it had 97 upvotes, 315 unique visitors and 23 new signups.
  • After 12 hours, Stackprint had 116 upvotes and 523 unique visitors. It also got 37 new signups.
  • By the end of the day, it was in 15th place with 187 upvotes. Stackprint has 904 unique visitors and 71 new signups.

After the launch, the userbase had gradually grown by 1-5 users per day.


Landbot

Landbot launched on Product Hunt in June, 2017. It became #1 Product of the day.

Jiaqi Pan wrote more about the launch at How we fucked up our Product Hunt launch but got +1700 upvotes in return. They had some early issues with the launch, with the product going live late in the day. Fortunately, the Product Hunt team was responsive and they were able to have a successful launch.

Notes from the launch:

  • Within 30 minutes, they were in the #1 position. Three hours later, they had 200 upvotes.
  • Their website got 10k unique visitors in the first week after the launch. They got 3k signups to the free accounts, but were starting to see some users upgrade to premium plans.

Super Portfolio

Super Portfolio launched on Product hunt in June, 2021. Within two hours, it was in the #1 position. After 6 hours, it had 100 upvotes. It finished as #1 Product of the Day. It led to:

  • over 10k page views
  • 200 new users
  • 50 new mailing list subscribers

Story Creator

Story Creator launched on Product Hunt in August, 2020. It reached the #2 spot within 40 minutes. After 2 1/2 hours, it was #1 with 126 upvotes. It finished as #1 Product of the day with 1013 upvotes. The launch led to 4k visitors and 1.3k signups.


Arengu

Arengu launched on Product Hunt in April, 2020. They became the #10 Product of the Day with over 400 votes. They shared more about the launched at How we failed getting in top #5 on Product Hunt. They started off getting a lot more attention on Product Hunt, but their position fell towards the end of the day.

They shared some statistics from the launch:

  • They got 110 registrations on launch day.
  • 26k+ impressions and 901 engagements on their tweet announcing the Product Hunt launch.

They also shared why they think they fell in the rankings to 10th place.


Crate

Crate launched on Product Hunt in October, 2015. It became #4 Product of the Day.

Ross Simmonds shared more of the stats in this Reddit Post.

Crate got:

  • 405 new users
  • 3 Media Inquiries
  • 2166 site visits

diff.blog

Vishnu Ks launched diff.blog on Product Hunt in June, 2019.

Within a week, diff.blog had:

  • 305 upvotes
  • 2893 visitors
  • 250 registered users

Sheet Monkey

Sheet Monkey launched on Product Hunt in October, 2020. Levi Nunnink shared how it impacted on his business at Results from Product Hunt Launch.

The key stats:

  • It ranked at #7 for most of the day with 120+ upvotes.
  • The website got 817 pageviews from 351 unique visitors.
  • It got 18 new users on launch day

Birdly for Slack

Birdly for Slack launched on Product Hunt in September 2015. It became the #2 Product of the Day with 500 votes. They shared more details about the launch at 600 Upvotes later: the Story of our Product Hunt Launch.

They had a lot of success with the launch:

  • During launch week, they had 6,197 visits and 20,296 page views
  • They onboarded 110 teams
  • The launch day generated 60 links to the Product Hunt page

The product is no longer available.


Career Switch to Coding

Career Switch to Coding launched on Product Hunt in July, 2021. After 24 minutes, it was #4 Product of the Day with 11 upvotes. After 5 hours, it had 42 votes. After 6 hours, it had returned to #5 position. After 13 hours, it was in 7th position with 101 upvotes. It finished at 7th place. A week later, he tweeted that he was still getting comments and votes. Simon shared more about the launch in this podcast episode.


Post Inspect

Post Inspect was launched on Product Hunt in July, 2018. It became #3 Product of the Day.

He got 3.8k pageviews from 2.1k sessions. He also got 193 signups.


Wanted

Wanted launched on Product Hunt in March, 2020. It became #1 Product of the Day.

They shared more about the launch at How we ended up #1 on Product Hunt. On the day, they got 657 upvotes and 156 comments. They got 8’000 visitors from product page on launch day.

Their post included a graph of Product Hunt upvotes each hour.


Pzizz 5.0

Pzizz 5.0 lauched on Product in September, 2020. It finished at #2 with 900 upvotes. Pzizz also got 2000 homepage visits and 1200 downloads.


Social Image Generator

Daniel Post launched Social Image Generator on Product Hunt in February, 2021.

He got over 300 unique visitors that weekend. On the second day, Product Hunt sent 190 visitors from 61 different countries.

After 72 hours, Social Image generator had:

  • 682 unique visitors
  • sold 6 licenses
  • earned $244 in revenue


Critic

Critic launched on Product Hunt in March, 2018. The product was featured on the Product Hunt home page for most of the day and got a good amount of traffic from new users. The launch still faced a lot of problems. The founder, Dave Lane, shared more about them at Being Featured on Product Hunt: My Experience and Lessons Learned.

Dave identified a number of problems:

  • he didn’t have a clear user path for visitors from Product Hunt
  • the signup page didn’t have enough information
  • he didn’t have enough information to tweak the campaign in real time.

Penny

Penny was featured on Product Hunt in August, 2015. Mitch Lee wrote more about the experience at Launching on Product Hunt: The good, the bad, the ugly.

Penny had 54 votes and 584 unique page views within 2 hours of going live on Product Hunt. Within 14 hours, it had 2000 unique page views, 30% of which clicked the download button.


Juphy

Juphy launched on Product Hunt in April, 2021. It became the #2 Product of the Day with 467 upvotes.

Alara Eren shared more about the launch at Tips for Product Hunt Success: How Juphy Become the #1 Most Commented Tool in Product Hunt History!

According to that post, the launch led to 845 unique visitors and 174 signups to Juphy’s free trial.


THE BAMF BIBLE

Josh Fechter launched THE BAMF BIBLE on Product Hunt in August, 2017. It became #2 product of the day and #3 product of the week. J osh wrote a comprehensive case study at What is Product Hunt? And How to Launch a #1 New Product On it. He shared the social media updates and emails he used to generate interest in the launch.


History Search

History Search launched on Product Hunt in September, 2018. They became the #2 Product of the Day. They shared more about the launch at Product Hunt 101: How To Launch Your Product From Early Idea To Revenue.

They got:

  • 2000 daily visitors on launch day and 2500 visitors the following day. Before the launch, their traffic was 156 users
  • 1000 new signups during launch day and the following day
  • They got 30–40 paid conversions on launch day.

ColorGrab

ColorGrab launched on Product Hunt in July, 2018. It became the #2 product of the day with 226 upvotes. The launch led to 327 users of the product and 3.4k site visitors.


HeroCoach

HeroCoach launched on Product Hunt in November, 2020. It didn’t resonate with the Product Hunt audience. The project got 45 upvotes, 160 website visitors and 0 signups. Jay said he would be focusing on other acquisition channels going forward.


lemlist

lemlist launched on Product Hunt in January, 2018. It was the #1 Product of the day.   Initially, lemlist planned to be more strategic with their launch. He ended up having half a day to prepare for the PH launch after reading that a competitor was trying to copy the product. He wrote about the experience at How to end #1 Product of the Day on Product Hunt with (almost) no preparation


Hey Press

Hey Press had a solid response after they were featured on PH. They were the #2 product of the day, and received 5k+ hits, 3k+ uniques, and 400+ sign-ups. They were also #2 product of the week.

Their reaction? They could have done better is they’d launched exclusively on PH.

Read the full case study at The Stats Behind Product Hunt: Why You Should Launch Exclusively.


Minimal Notion Icons

Amy Peniston submitted Minimal Notion Icons to Product Hunt in January, 2021. It became the #5 product of the day. She posted a summary of the launch at What People Don’t Tell You About Launching on Product Hunt.

She sold 23 products in the days following the launch, earning $207. She also got 24 new followers on Twitter.


24HourHomepage

24HourHomepage launched on Product Hunt in August, 2021. After 11 hours, it had 100 votes. It finished as #2 Product of the Day. Justin Higgins wrote more about the launch at What I learned as Product Hunt’s #2 Best Product Of The Day. The launch resulted in:

  • 850 page views
  • 19 sales
  • 11 new affiliates
  • 17 new followers
  • 6,091impressions on twitter:

Serverless NextJS/GPT-3 Template

Harish Garg launched the template on Product Hunt in May, 2021. It became the #5 Product of the Day with 115 upvotes. He also got around 1K visitors and 2K views to the linked GitHub.

He got 600 views to to the GitHub page on launch day. The launch also led to an Increase in sign ups to Myna.


OpenDeck


VenturesList 2.0

Felix Wong launched VenturesList 2.0 on Product Hunt in October, 2020. It finished in fifth place. He wrote a case study about the launch at 5th place in Product Hunt and 23 customers in 72 hours. He got 743 visitors from Product hunt in 3 days.


UserGuiding

The UserGuiding team launched a new version of their product on April 16, 2019. They became the #1 Product of the Day and Week. And at the end of the year, UserGuiding was 22nd on the list of the most loved products of 2019. They shared more about their launch at How to have a great launch on Product Hunt and become the #1 product of the week. This article shares the details of their PH launch. It includes preparation, the launch day, and the results with actual numbers from our Product Hunt launch. Some of their launch stats:

  • They got 8677 visitors from Product Hunt
  • They got 890 new sign ups
  • 94 took a product demo

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Formstatic

Formstatic launched on Product Hunt in September, 2019. After 7 hours it was holding steady at #7. The website had received 550 uniques and 970 pageviews.

It finished at #8 for the day with 136 votes. The website got 900 unique visitors and 1700 pageviews.


Reply

Reply first launched on Product Hunt in August, 2015. They became the #2 Product of the Day after receiving over 600 upvotes. They shared more behind the scenes details at How Using Our Own App Got Us To Number 2 On Product Hunt – And $50K in Extra Revenue.

According to that post:

  • Reply got 11,549 unique users and 631 registrations referred from the Product Hunt page.
  • The total annual value of users from Product Hunt that converted to paid customers after the free trial was $51,516.

Screenful

In March, 2015, Screenful launched their Agile team dashboard on Product Hunt. It became the #5 Product of the Day with 300 upvotes. They wrote about what they learned at Experiences from launching in Product Hunt. They:

  • got 15k unique visitors to their website
  • got 114 signups during the following 48 hours

They were getting traffic and visitors weeks after launch.


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Document360

Document360 launched on Product Hunt in October 2019. Within 3 hours, they got 200 upvotes. They had 300 upvotes 8 hours after launching.

During the launch, the website traffic doubled to 3000. This led to some extra signups. Otherwise, there was no immediate benefit other than increased brand awareness.

You can learn more about the launch at Product Hunt Launch - The D-Day preparation!


Do Things That Don’t Scale

Do Things That Don’t Scale launched on Product Hunt in November, 2018. It was #1 product of the day and #4 product of the week.

Within 7 hours, the website had 1993 visitors. After 11 hours, it had 3500 views. He had 6500 views 19 hours after launching.

By the end of the day, it had 657 upvotes, 43 newsletter signups and 12 new hack entries.


Cohortfolio

Cohortfolio launched on Product Hunt in July, 2021. After 12 hours, it got 100 upvotes. It finished in 14th position with 120 upvotes. The website got 1100+ Pageviews.


signature.email

Jesse Sutherland posted about the launch on Twitter. Towards the end of the launch, singnature.email was in 6th place with 200 upvotes. He made $58 in sales.

It ended up in 5th place with 382 upvotes. Jesse shared more stats the next day:

  • The website got 1,024 Unique Visitors
  • 400+ signatures were created and 114 signatures saved
  • He made $77 in sales

He wrote a follow up post at Indie Hackers called $1,600 Last Month. Gaining Traction! At that point, his upvotes had grown to 733. He said that the traffic lasted longer than he thought, but still slowed down. It also led to a temporary rise in his search engine rankings.


Virtual Venue

Mixily launched their new Virtual Venue product on Product Hunt in February, 2021. They became #1 Product of the Day with 1110 upvotes. Miraya Berke shared more about their launch strategies at First Product Hunt Launch: #1 Product of the Day.


Favorize

Favorize launched on Product Hunt in September, 2015. It got 119 upvotes on launch day. Yoni Shechter wrote more about the experience at The step-by-step guide to totally blow your startup’s Product Hunt launch.

They finished the day with 27 new users and 610 page views. After a week, Favorize had 136 total upvotes and 39 total new users.

It’s worth reading the case study as they tried a lot of different techniques as part of their campaign. They did get some criticism for tweeting at Product Hunt users.


Maker Network

Ethan launched Maker.rocks on Product Hunt in November, 2018. Within 2 hours, it had 170 sign-ups. After 13 hours, it was #1 with 305 upvotes. The website had 1.1k visitors and 383 sign-ups.

He finished the day at #1 on Product Hunt.


I Lazy to Read

In May, 2019, Zoe Chew launched her app on Product Hunt. She shared an overview of creating and launching the product at How I launched on Product Hunt (Top #1) and featured on Lifehacker. In two weeks, the app had over 1,172 upvotes on PH and was getting roughly 300 daily visitors. The app got 10,758 visitors in 3 days.

She shared more details at On getting featured on Product Hunt – Insights from Zoe Chew on launching products.


SupportYourApp

SupportYourApp launched on Product Hunt in November, 2015. They finished the day in the #9 spot with more than 250 upvotes. They posted more about the launch at How We Used Product Hunt to Hack Our B2B Sales and Score 3 New Clients (And How You Can Too.)

The launch led to:

  • 10x more page clicks
  • a 1500% increase in visits
  • 60 leads

A month later, they were ‘in the process of securing multiple contracts’ from the campaign.


Vidds

Vidds launched on Product Hunt in May, 2021.

After 7 hours, it was at the #4 spot. However, it was on the front page of Product Hunt and averaging 25 visitors every 30 minutes. It was in the #1 spot for about 30 minutes. It finished as #4 Product of the Day with 214 upvotes. It also got 600 visits and 1 paid annual plan. 6 days later, they reported 1141 website visits and 130 new signups. Vidds also made $112.50 in revenue. 10 days later, Vidds was still getting 100 daily visitors and had 2 potential partnerships due to the launch exposure.

Edward Thomas created a Twitter thread about how they prepared for the launch.


Notyfy

Notyfy launched on Product Hunt in May, 2020. Within 8 hours, it hit 100 upvotes. It finished as 11th Product of the Day with 218 upvotes.

Simon shared more about the launch at Stats and Learnings from Finishing #11 on Product Hunt. It also led to 165 new users.


All Your Passwords

All Your Passwords launched on Product Hunt in February, 2019. It launched late in the day, so Product Hunt featured All Your Passwords the following day. He got 11 upvotes on day one. Part way into the second day, it had received 78 upvotes and was tied at 10th place.

It finished the day with 168 upvotes. He also earned $18.60 from seven sales.


Product Hunt Rewind

Product Hunt Rewind launched on Product Hunt in December 2018.

After 13 hours, it had 100 upvotes. It finished at #5 after being briefly being at #4.


Reflect

Reflect launched on Product Hunt in April, 2020. It became the #5 Product of the Day with 500 upvotes. The shared more about the launch at Launching on Product Hunt.

On the launch day, they got 732 unique visitors and 1,525 pageviews. They also shared the stats for the next two days:

  • Day 2: 343 uniques, 700 pageviews
  • Day 3: 177 uniques, 365 pageviews

In that time, 88 users signed up for a free account.


GitHub Gardener

GitHub Gardener launched on Product Hunt in May, 2018. It was Alex Wests second Product Hunt launch.

After 15 hours, the product had nearly 100 upvotes. It also had 500 users. This included 47 that had signed up and 2 that asked to be notified about the paid plan. After 16 hours, it had 150 upvotes.

He posted an update the next day. GitHub Gardener had 1.8k users, 133 signups and 5 people interested in the paid offer.

He posted another update two days after launching. Overall, he had:

  • 3.3K users
  • 3.5K sessions
  • 240 signed up users
  • 7 people who clicked the premium version AND left their email

Involve.me

Involve.me launched on Product Hunt twice. They wrote a comprehensive post about their experiences at How We Got our SaaS To #1 Product of the Day on Product Hunt.

This post explores the differences in both launches and how they capitalized on the second launch. They:

  • made sure the offer to PH users was incredibly clear
  • created a specific tag line and didn’t tweak it throughout the day

The Gen-Z Guide to Freelancing

Gen-Z Guide to Freelancing launched on Product Hunt in July 2021. It became #3 product of the Day. They got 1600 sign-ups/downloads and 500+ followers. 2 days later, it had 2200 downloads. After three days, it had 2600 downloads.


CoinBundle

CoinBundle launched on Product Hunt in August, 2018. It became #2 Product Of The Day and #5 Product of the Week. Their investment platform launched in September, 2018, and also became #2 Product of the Day.

Their launch was written up at Case Study: How To Make It To Product Hunt’s Top 3.

CoinBundle successfully converted 300+ Twitter clicks to signups


Ethi

Ethi launched on Product Hunt in December, 2020. Within four hours, it became the #1 Product of the Day and stayed in that position. Within three days, it reached 1000 upvotes. By the end of the week, it had 1300 upvotes and was #2 Product of the week. They posted more about the launch at Pioneer. The launch led to:

  • 1370 new users. 46 of these were paid
  • 1912 new email signups
  • S £205 increase in MRR

Flow-e

Flow-e launched their MVP on Product Hunt and became #3 Product of the Day. 6 months later, they launched again. This time Flow-e became #1 Product of the Day and #5 Product of the Week. They shared more about the strategies used at Launch and Rank: Here Is How We Ranked 1st On Product Hunt.


Salesflare

Salesflare did a HUGE campaign for their Product Hunt launch in March, 2017. They ended up becoming the #4 product of the day with 878 upvotes. They also got:

  • 250+ new Salesflare trials
  • 150+ Twitter mentions
  • 500+ new Twitter followers
  • 4000+ website visitors

They shared their experience at The Ultimate Playbook to blowing your Product Hunt Launch out of the water


FileParty

FileParty launched on Product Hunt in December, 2020. It finished the day with 192 upvotes.

He wrote a case study about creating and launching FileParty at Launching FileParty (Startup #2). After 48 hours, the website had 635 visitors and 1073 board had been created.


Drag

Drag was hunted on Product Hunt in May, 2017. Drag got over 600 upvote and became a Top Hunted product. They also had over 3K+ installs. Nick Timms shared more about their launch strategy at How to launch on Product Hunt.


Blurt

Blurt launched on Product Hunt in August, 2018. It became the #1 Product of the Day with 958 upvotes and #5 Product of the Week.

A week later, Corey Gwin published From 10 users to #1 on Product Hunt, here’s how it went. In the week since the Product Hunt launch, he had gotten:

  • 5,532 site visitors with 2,875 on launch day
  • 163 trial signups
  • 420 blurts created

Ironically, he almost didn’t launch his product that day.


StorePreviewer

StorePreviewer launched on Product Hunt in February, 2020. It became #5 Product of the Day with 440+ Upvotes. He shared more about the results in an Indie Hackers post. The site got 6,976 users and 7,425 sessions. Also, 10 people signed up for the newsletter. He wrote more about what he learned in another Indie Hackers post.


No Sugar Today

No Sugar Today launched on Product Hunt in June, 2021. It became the Product of the Day.

Rinas shared traffic stats a week later. Most of it was from Product Hunt.

He closed free signups and added pricing in July.

He reversed the decision after feedback from the community.


Crayon

Crayon was hunted on Product Hunt in November, 2014. They finished in the #2 spot. They wrote a case study about the launch at The Crayon Launch & New Product Hunt Marketing Design Channel.

The feature resulted in 15’000 new visitors to Crayon, many of which became frequent users.


Snipcart

Snipcart launched on Product Hunt in October, 2015. It became #2 Product of the Day. François Lanthier Nadeau shared more about launch at Product Hunt Feature: Messing Up Our Website Soft Launch With a Smile.

They got:

  • 650 unique visitors on launch day.
  • 30+ signups

They also had increased support inquiries and feature suggestions.


Viral Loops for Startups

Viral Loops for Startups launched on Product hunt in December, 2016. After four hours, it had 200 upvotes. It reached 300 upvotes after seven hours. It finished at #2 Product of the Day and #5 Product of the Week.

Apostle Mengoulis wrote more about the launch at How we got 1000+ upvotes in Product Hunt. They got over 1000 new sign ups during the launch.


Unubo 2.0

Unubo 2.0 launched on Product Hunt in August, 2019. It was #4 product of the day. By the end of the day, he had over 300 upvotes. He also had 150+ new users across 57 countries.

2 1/2 weeks later, it passed 500 upvotes.


lemstash

lemstash launched on Product Hunt in May, 2021. 10 hours later, it was #2 on Product Hunt with almost 500 likes. It finished the day with 1k+ upvotes, 40k+ page views and 1k+ email subscribers.

It became #2 Product of the Day, #4 Product of the Week and #4 Product of the month. By the end of May, lemstash had 1100+ upvotes, 10k website sessions and 2k email subscribers.

Ilya Azovtsev shared more about the launch at 40k pageviews in 1 month with $0 on ads with a new project.


tl;dv for Google Meet

tl;dv for Google Meet launched on Product Hunt in July, 2021. It quickly attracted a lot of attention, with many people complimenting the launch video.

After 11 hours, they were sitting on #1. It became the #1 Product of the Day. It also became the Product of the Week. 12 days later, they reached 2000 upvotes. It also became the #2 Product of the Month.

Carlo was interviewed about the launch at Product Hunt.


Pod Hunt

Pod Hunt launched on Product Hunt in August 2019. It hit the #1 spot. Mubs posted an update on Indie Hackers sharing the stats for the day. He wrote a Twitter thread sharing updates on the launch day.

By the end of the week, Pod Hunt has passed 600 votes.


Vector Pattern Generator

Matt Visiwig launched Vector Pattern Generator on Product Hunt in January, 2021.

It finished 9th place with 211 upvotes. He also had 733 pageviews, 19 email subscribers and 3 sales. He shared his reaction to the results in this Twitter thread.

Matt shared shared what he did to prepare for the launch. Part of the prep involved creating a public road map.


1Feed

1Feed launched on Product Hunt in March, 2020.

3 hours into the launch, it was #1 Product of the Day. After 4 hours, it had 150 upvotes. At the 6 hour mark, it had 200 upvotes. 9 hours in, it had dropped to #2 place with 291 upvotes. It was 40 votes behind. It was still in 2nd place 13 hours in.

It finished the launch at #2 and got 500 new users. 12 hours after the launch ended, he was at 700 new users. It also became the #2 Product of the week He was interviewed about 1Feed at Product Hunt.


Hera

Hera V1.0 launched on Product Hunt in June, 2021. After 10 hours, it was 40 votes behind the #2 Product. After 15 hours, it had moved into the #2 position.

It finished at #2 Product of the Day.

One of the cofoounders, Louise Bayssat, was interviewed about the launch at Co-building with your users is a major Key: PH launch day w Louise.


Flowrite

Flowrite launched on Product Hunt in April, 2021. They celebrated the launch with a Twitter thread. It became the #2 Product of the Day with 494 upvotes. It led to 938 website visitors, 424 waitlist signups and 100 new beta users. A month later, they reported 818 upvotes and1915 website visitors. They shared more about the launch at How to launch on Product Hunt – what we learned?


Divjoy 2.0

Gabe Ragland launched Divjoy2.0 on Product Hunt in January, 2021. It finished as #3 Product of the Day. He shared images of some of the sales for the day and an overview of the days launch traffic. It was also featured in the Product Hunt newsletter. He wrote about his launch experience at From Product Hunt to $16,285 in sales. $10,452 in sales directly attributable to the launch


ContentStudio

ContentStudio launched on Product Hunt in May, 2019. It became the #1 Product of the Day and #2 Product of the week.

They shared their tips about the launch at How We Became The #1 Product on Product Hunt With 1400+ Upvotes. The launch summary doesn’t share many statistics, however ContentStudio got over 3.6k unique visitors within a week.

They also used a notification bar to alert certain visitor segments about the Product Hunt launch. This led to 1,479 impressions and 102 conversions.


Startup Growth KIT

Startup Growth KIT launched on Product Hunt in October, 2020. It became #2 Product of the Day and #4 Product of the Week. Max Rand shared more about the launch at How you can reach Product Hunt TOP #2 of the day with NO audience. He got 1200 upvotes for the launch and the website got 9k unique visitors.

He was still getting sales months after the launch. In January, 2021, he earned $1027.


Name2Email

The team from Reply.io decided test the waters on Product Hunt by submitting the Name2Email chrome extension. They launched on Product Hunt in August, 2015, and became #2 Product of the Day. According to How Using Our Own App Got Us To Number 2 On Product Hunt – And $50K in Extra Revenue, Name2Email got

  • over 500 upvotes
  • 14,012 website visitors from Product Hunt
  • 6,000 installs
  • coverage from Business Insider

Indie Worldwide

Indie Worldwide launched on Product Hunt in June, 2021. It finished as #5 Product of the Day with over 300 upvotes.

The website got::

  • 1k new site visits
  • 150+ new signups
  • 115 RSVP’s for an event

By the next day, Indie Worldwide had 200 new signups.


Newsletter Virtual Mall

Newsletter Virtual Mall is a google sheet that allows you to discover newsletters in a fun and interesting format. Andrew Kamphey, the creator, hunted the product himself in August, 2020.

It ended up becoming the #2 Product Of The Day on Product Hunt. He didn’t make any product sales in the days after the launch. His Better Sheets newsletter got 25 new subscribers.


Code Story

Code Story launched on Product Hunt in February, 2019. Within 5 hours, it hit 100 upvotes. It had 200 upvotes after 14 hours.

Deanna Chapman shared website stats 8 hours after launching. Code Story had received 902 unique pageviews with a 50% bounce rate. It hit 1.5k pageviews 12 1/2 hours into the launch.

It finished the launch in 5th place with 254 upvotes. Code Story had 2261 pageviews from 918 users.


Task Pigeon

Paul Towers’ startup Task Pigeon was “Hunted”, by one of Product Hunts original employees, Bram Kranstein. He wrote about his experiences at Launching on Product Hunt at 5 Lessons We Learnt & How Much Traffic It Created For Our Startup. He shared what he learnt in the process, and how you too can make Product Hunt a success for your startup.

Task pigeon got 181 upvotes (140 – 150 were from launch day.) It also got 1,444 visitors that day, and 334 the day after.


DriveStats.io

DriveStats.io was posted on Product Hunt in April, 2021. It reached #17 position with three hours to go.

He provided a thread about the launch at the end of the day. It got:

  • 464 visitors
  • 48 scans
  • 17 payments
  • $15.81 revenue

10% of the total visitors decided to scan , and 10% of the users who scanned decided to pay.

He posted an update three days after launching. At that point, it had 27 new scans and 1 new payment.


Wicked Templates 2.0

Wicked Templates launched on Product Hunt in June, 2021.

After 11 hours, it was in 8th spot with 124 upvotes. It was still in 8th spot after 21 hours.

It finished at #7 Product of the Day with 181 upvotes. He shared more about the launch at Indie Hackers.

The product had special pricing for launch day. Normally, Wicked Templates cost $149. The first 10 buyers got the product for $29. The next 20 were able to purchase it for $39. Any other buyers paid $49.

He also acknowledged the awesome competition.


ContentFly

ContentFly has launched on Product Hunt twice. In 2021, they posted about their experiences at We made it to the front-page of Product Hunt. It was pointless.

Content Fly did experience some benefits: the website got additional traffic and ended the day with a 7k increase in MRR. However, they also ran into problems:

  • Customers from Product Hunt churned at a rate of nearly 50%, compared to their average rate of 10%.
  • Negative reviews from Product Hunt users can negatively impact on SEO

Free My Desktop

Free My Desktop launched on Product Hunt in October, 2018. 12 hours later, it was in #2 position and the website had 700+ visitors.

By the end of launch day, Free My Desktop had 160 upvotes. It was also mentioned in the newsletter and the website had 800 visitors.


Crowdfunded

Marco Spörl launched Crowdfunded on Product Hunt in December, 2020. It finished at 10th most popular product of the day with 142 votes. It didn’t lead to any new customers.

He created a Twitter thread about what he’d learned from the launch.


WickedBlocks


Letterstack

Paul Metcalfe launched Letterstack on Product Hunt in September, 2020. It became the #1 Product of the Day. After three hours, it had 70 upvotes and was in first place. It remained in that spot for the rest of the day.

Six hours into the launch, it had 150 upvotes. At 12 hours, it had 257 upvotes.. At the 16 hour mark, it had 300 upvotes.

Paul wrote more about the launch at 1 Product of the Day – Here’s what happened.


Indiebrands

Laurids Kern launched Indiebrands on Product Hunt in February, 2021. He made his first sale within 3 hours. After 5 hours, he had made 3 sales. He finished the launch with 177 upvotes. He sold 10 out of the 14 available domains and made $1039. He also gained 86 Twitter followers and got 60k impressions across his launch tweets. The website got 5k unique visitors.


Audience Feedback for Creators

Minh-Phuc Tran launched Audience Feedback for Creators on Product Hunt in June, 2021. After four hours, it made it to the front page. Shortly before the days end, it was in 11th position with 110 votes. 130 people had downloaded the product. By the end of launch day, 128 people had upvoted the product.

He wrote a Twitter thread about the 5 things he wished he’d known before launching on ProductHunt.


Quuu

In November, 2015, Quuu was submitted to Product Hunt. It became the #1 product of the day and week. Daniel Kempe wrote more about the launch at Right on Quuu — Launching on Product Hunt.

Quuu got 6798 visitors in the following last 7 days. It also had 128% user base growth in the first 24 hrs and 380.11% after 7 days.


Famous Outfits

Famous Outfits launched on Product Hunt in August, 2014. It quickly went viral and became the #1 Product of the Day. One of the founders, Jad Limcaco, wrote a case study about the launch at An Overnight Success — How Product Hunt + Hacker News fueled 300k views in 30 days. By the days end, it finished with 100 upvotes and 27 comments. Part of the success was due to creating content targeted at the Product Hunt community. They created a ‘Product Hunt Edition’, where they created famous outfits based on founders. One of the first outfits was based on Ryan Hoovers wardrobe. This generated a lot of positive attention.


Branded Background

Mugs launched Branded Background on Product Hunt on May 19 2020. It got over 50 visitors in the first 50 minutes.

By midday, Branded Background had 100 votes, 320 visitors and 50 registered users. By the days end, they were in the 6th spot with 179 votes. The website had 634 visitors and 120 registered users.

Mubs worked on the project with Adam Marx.


Bee Informed

Bee Informed launched on Product Hunt in June, 2020. Bruno posted about the launch on Indie Hackers to generate buzz.

At the 3 hour mark, it had 50 upvotes. After 5 1/2 hours, it had 100 upvotes. It was in 15 place with 125 upvotes after 6 hours

It crossed 150 upvotes after 11 hours and hit 200 upvotes around 12 hours into the launch.

It finished in 18th spot with 230 upvotes. Bruno shared more about the launch at Launch day on Product Hunt [before/after]. He later said that “Product Hunt became a place for mass Internet experiments. We can’t do anything about it. It is what it is.”


Pattern Collect

Pattern Collect launched on Product Hunt in July, 2021. Within 18 minutes, it was in second place. After 5 hours, it was #1 Product of the Day.

At the half way point, it was still #1 Product of the Day with 161 votes. After the weekend, it had 441 upvotes. The website had over 3.5k pageviews.

He posted a tweet about strategies that contributed to his success. He:

  • Launched on a Sunday (6am) to increase his chances
  • Had engaging visuals
  • Emailed his PC mail list of 600 people to ask for a vote in the morning
  • Multiple shouts on twitter throughout the day
  • Followed up with comments on PH straight away.

Swipe Files

Corey launched Swipe Files on Product Hunt in January, 2021. It became the #2 Product of the day. He provided a comprehensive recap of the launch at Swipe Files.

He got 1,300 visitors from Product Hunt on launch day. Swipe Files got 21 new sign ups: 3 All Access purchases and 18 trials. Corey also got 58 subscribers to the newsletter.


Shapr3D

Shapr3D launched their 3D modeling application on Product Hunt in December 2016. They share their workflow and the numbers behind the campaign at Launching on Product Hunt: what works and what doesn’t [guide & case study.]

They got 160 upvotes in the first 10 hours. Due to their niche, they were one of the top rated products in their category. They got 600 visitors from the launch.


Open Source Stash


Plausible Analytics

Marko launched Plausible on Product Hunt in August, 2020. The Plausible team didn’t use many of the recommended strategies. They didn’t:

  • have a famous hunter
  • use videos or gifs
  • tell anyone about the launch beforehand.

Within 4 hours, they had 399 unique visitors and 8 trial signup. After 12 hours, Plausible had 885 unique visitors and 13 trial signups. It became the #2 Product of the Day with 601 votes. The website also had 1,490 unique visitors and 22 trial signups. Marko wrote an analysis of the launch at How not to launch on Product Hunt (and lessons from our successful launch.) He shared some additional statistics. After a week, Plausible had 2,560 unique visitors. The bounce rate was 44%, with visitors staying on the website for 1 minute and 44 seconds (average.) They had 36 trial signups.

The post also included a comparison of referral sources.


Headlime Landing Page Builder

Danny Postma launched the landing page builder on Product Hunt in January, 2021. It became #1 Product Of The Day. He shared a launch recap on Twitter.

Within 24 hours, Headime got 6947 visitors and 13 paying customers. 850 new accounts were created.


Friendly Analytics

Stefan Vetter launched Friendly Analytics on Product Hunt in March, 2020.

After 12 hours, it was #12 on the homepage with over 70 upvotes.

It finished the day at #12 out of 33 products with 120 upvotes. The launch led to 593 visitors but no sales.


Unicorn Platform: 1st Launch

Alexander Isora launched the first version Unicorn Platform on Product Hunt in September, 2018.

It finished as #1 Product of the Day and #2 Product of the Week. He got 300 sign-ups and earned $2447 during launch week. This is a great result – especially as he had less than a day to plan the launch!

He shared more stats at Product Hunt Campaign Insides: Traffic, Signups, Sales. In that post, he shared graphics of Twitter impressions and website visitors.

He observed a second spike of traffic – and 100 more upvotes – after being featured in the Product Hunt. newsletter.

He shared more tips at Things Learned After Publishing 16 Projects on Product Hunt


Hey it’s Harold

Kyleigh Smith launched Hey it’s harold on Product Hunt in January, 2021. 200 people had signed up to the waitlist 18 hours into the launch.

It finished at 11th Product of the Day with 225 upvotes. It also got 316 new waitlist sign ups.


Lemon Squeezy

Lemon Squeezy launched on Product Hunt in July, 2021. After 4 hours, it was #4 Product of the Day. At the 5 hour mark, it reached #2. It finished as #2 Product of the day with 584 votes, although it was briefly in the #1 spot. It also became #5 Product of the Week.


Namejax Brand Marketplace

Namejax Brand Marketplace launched on Product Hunt in May, 2021.

It finished 26th product of the day (out of 56) with 43 upvotes. The website got 237 website visitors and 14 potential customers on the email list. Bruce was satisfied with the launch, as it led to engaging conversions on multiple communities about the product. He also learned from the experience of building and promoting it.


Noloco

Noloco launched on Product Hunt in June, 2021. Within 3 hours, it had 100 upvotes. It finished as #3 Product of the Day with 600 upvotes and 100 comments. It was also #5 Product of the Week.

One of the founders, Darragh Mc Kay, was interviewed about the project at A no-code tool for the next generation of builders is here (w Darragh).


Billbot

Billbot launched on product Hunt in November, 2020. It finished at #3 Product of the Day. They shared how they did it at How we became the #3 Product of the Day on Product Hunt. The launch led to 400 new users and 1000 subscriptions being created. They also reported getting great feedback.


KanbanMail

KanbanMail launched on Product Hunt in October, 2018. Within 30 minutes, it had 50 upvotes. Within 3 hours, KanbanMail was #1 with 188 upvotes.

Ethan provided regular updates during the day.

It finished the day at #1 with 227 more upvotes than the #2 Product. It was also #3 Product of the Week.

5 days later, he shared more launch stats. The website had received 5,758 visitors and 589 free trial sign-ups since the launch.


Startup Stash

Bram launched Startup Stash on Product Hunt in February, 2015. It quickly went viral. Within three hours, Startup Stash had 2K uniques and 10K pageviews. Within four hours, the posting has 290 upvotes and 40+ comments. The directory had gotten 16K+ pageviews from 2.6K+ visitors. 9 hours later, he had 8.5K uniques and 50K+ pageviews. The launch was also featured in multiple online publications.

After 26 hours, it became the #4 most upvoted product on Product Hunt. The website had 24K uniques and 150K pageviews. By March 6, it became the #1 most upvoted product.

Bram Kanstein wrote How I launched the #1 most upvoted product of all time on Product Hunt. It was a combination of specifically targeting the PH audience, building a great product and doing outreach.

Bram provided updates about Startup Stash after the launch:


Maker.rocks

Ethan launched Maker.rocks on Product Hunt in November, 2018. Within 2 hours, it had 170 sign-ups. After 13 hours, it was #1 with 305 upvotes. The website had 1.1k visitors and 383 sign-ups.

He finished the day at #1 on Product Hunt.


Musk On Mars

Bad Unicorn launched Musk On Mars in September, 2020. Visitors could bet on the day that they thought Elon Musk would actually land on Mars. The person who picked correctly would keep the pot.

The product was submitted to Product Hunt in September, 2020. It hit 100 upvotes on launch day. It briefly hit the #3 spot.

9 months later, it had 187 upvotes.

He also shared more about the Product Hunt launch.


Side Hustle Stack

Side Hustle Stack was launched in December, 2020. Li Jin shared more about the project at Introducing Side Hustle Stack. The launch was #5 Product Of The Day on Product Hunt. It hit 1 million views 28 days after launch.


Road To Scale

Bram launched Road To Scale on Product Hunt in November, 2019. It was #2 Product of the Day and #5 Product of the Week.

Within 2 days of launching, he had:

  • 6000 visitors
  • 300 file downloads
  • 100 newsletter subs
  • 550 new followers
  • 2 course sales

After one week, he had 900 upvotes. He also got:

  • 10K+ visitors
  • 600 file downloads
  • 300 newsletter subs
  • 800 new followers
  • 6 course sales

The product reached 1000 upvotes on December 23.

It was acquired by a VC firm in 2020.


quoty.me

quoty.me launched on Product Hunt in June 2019. The product spent the first half of the day in the top 5 and finished in 8th place with 120 upvotes.

Slava Korolev shared the launch results on Twitter. quoty.me had: 1198 users and 386 pages created by users.


Will Robots Take My Job?

Will Robots Take My Job? was launched on Product Hunt in May, 2017. It was the #2 Product of the Day with over 900 votes. By June 22, it had received 1000 votes. He wrote more about the experience at From Idea to 4M Page Views in 4 Weeks.

The project was sold in 2018.


Y-Productive

Y-Productive was launched on Product Hunt in July, 2018. It became the #1 Product of the Day and #5 Product of the Week. They wrote more about the launch at Is ProductHunt launch worth it? #5 Product of the Week case study.

They had:

  • 8K visitors to the website
  • 1000 people trial the app
  • 45 people who purchased the app

They said that the best part of the launch was feedback from their target audience.


YesPromo

YesPromo was featured on Product Hunt in April, 2021. It became the #3 product of the Day with 245 upvotes. 487 people downloaded the list.

One of the makers, Tibo, created a thread about what did, and didn’t, work.

He tried a couple of experiments to increase their chances of success:


You Need A Wiki

You Need A Wiki launched on Product Hunt in January, 2019.

Within an hour, the launch had over 200 upvotes – and had comments that people couldn’t log into the website. Within 2 1/2 hours, it reached 300 upvotes. After 7 hours, it had 400 upvotes. It finished at #1 product of the day.

The success continued after the launch day. The day after, it hit 600 upvotes. 2 days later, it hit 800 upvotes. It hit 900 60 hours after original launch. He shared more stats in Indie Hackers. He got:

  • 969 signups
  • 8,934 unique visitors and 22,350 pageviews in 7 days
  • 3,030 uniques and 5,553 pageviews on launch day

Super

Super launched on Product Hunt in May, 2020.

It finished the day at #1 with 480 upvotes. The launch led to 4800 unique website visitors and 112 trial signups.


Swipe

Gene Maryushenko launched Swipe on Product Hunt on October 1, 2020.

He had no audience at the time, but it still became #6 Product of the Day. The website had 891 visits from Product Hunt and 564 product views. He also earned $4928 from the launch.

He posted a comprehensive breakdown on Indie Hackers.


Practicing Google

Paolo Amoroso launched his newsletter on Product Hunt in February, 2020. The launch was a dud: he got 3 upvotes, 2 new newsletter subscribers and 53 Twitter interactions. He wrote more about the launch at The Experience of Launching a Newsletter on Product Hunt.


Backa

Backa was featured on Product Hunt in May, 2015. It became the #3 Product of the day. One of the team members, Daniel Kempe, wrote a summary of the launch at Basking in the glory of a Product Hunt feature.

In the days following the launch, Backa had 40,625 page views and 827 signups


170+ GPT-3 Resources

Shotfox launched 170+ GPT-3 Resources on Product Hunt in July, 2021.   He frequently updated Twitter followers with launch stats.

He finished at #4 Product of the Day. He also made 20 sales and earned $100.

A week later, he reported having made $200 from the launch.


Notion Growth Workspace


One Word Domains

Steven Tey launched one Word Domains on Product Hunt in May, 2020.

It became the #2 Product Of The Day. Overall, the website got:

  • 5.8K new users
  • 100+ newsletter signups,
  • 80 survey responses
  • 15M+ Link Impressions
  • 2.4K Link Clicks

Typedream

Typedream launched on Product Hunt on July 7, 2021. It became the #1 Product of the Day and #1 Product of the Week. The product got 1171 upvotes on launch day.

It also became the #1 Product of the Month. By that point, they had 2448 upvotes.

Michelle Wirantono created a thread about how they reached the #1 spot.

They started preparing for the launch two months in advance. Putri Karunia created a thread about how they prepared for the launch.


For Sale By Maker

Mubs launched it on Product Hunt on June 30, 2019. He wrote a post summarizing the project at Announcing: For Sale By Maker. He also shared details of the launch in a Twitter thread. An hour after launching, the site had 100 visitors and hit the #4 spot on Product Hunt. 8 hours later, the site hit #3 and had gotten 100 votes. It also had 500 visitors. He finished the day in third spot with 150 votes. It also had 925 visitors that viewed 3100 pages. The website has been acquired by MicroAcquire.


Table2site

Table2site launched on Product hunt in October, 2018. It finished as #5 Product of the day. Maarten Belmans wrote more about the launch at My first SaaS on ProductHunt: the statistics The website got 1500 visitors and 3500 pagevies. The average time on site was 1.40. It led to 69 accounts being registered, including four paid accounts. He also write a summary 2 weeks after the launch.


The Launch Checklist

Jim Raptis launched the checklist on Product Hunt on November 25 2020. 7 hours later, he was in third place with 180 upvotes and 17 sales. It finished as the #7 product of the day, with 435 upvotes and 64 comments. He also earned $1.8k from 56 sales.


The Embedded Entrepreneur

Arvid Kahl launched The Embedded Entrepreneur on Product Hunt in May, 2021. Within 5 minutes, it was #1 Product Of The Day.

After 6 hours, he had 371 upvotes, 164 comments and 25 reviews. After 14 hours, the book has 700+ upvotes, 233 comments and 44 reviews. At hour 18, he was at 800 upvotes. He also had 268 comments and 49 reviews.

The book sales were much better the day after the launch. He attributed this to the Product Hunt newsletter.


Makerlog

The first version of Makerlog launched on Product Hunt in July, 2018. It became #3 Product of the Day. Sergio shared some stats from the launch at Makerlog launched on Product Hunt!


Magic Sales Bot

Ryan Doyle launched Magic Sales Bot on Product Hunt in January, 2021. He created a Twitter thread sharing everything he was doing for the PH launch.

It became #1 Product of the Day. Magic Sales Bot also got 3,100 views, 400 signups, and 9 new customers.

Ryan shared frequent updates during the launch. After 30 minutes, he had 7 upvotes. He had 19 upvotes after an hour. 90 mins in, he noticed he wasn’t on the front page despite having 27 upvotes. This was more than some that were being featured.

2 hours: 4th position with 36 upvotes. Shortly after, he was in third place. At that point, the website had 90 unique visitors, which was 4 times the daily average.

After 3 1/2 hours, the first launch day customer had paid. He had 69 votes at the four hour point. After 5 hours, he was #3 on Product Hunt and had 100 concurrent users on the site. He rose to #1 shortly after.

He had 9 customers after 6 hours. At the 20 hour mark, he hit 10 sign ups. In February, he made it into the Product Hunt newsletter and crossed 1k users.

Ryan shared more about the launch at Getting Access to GPT-3, Finding My first 10 customers.


Firelab

Firelab launched on Product Hunt in July, 2021. Firelab got 5 new signups in the first hour and its founder, Kyle Gawley, got 20 new Twitter followers.

After 3 1/2 hours, it was #7 with 224 unique visitors. Within 20 minutes, it hit the #6 position with 100 votes. It reached the #5 position shortly after. At the 6 hour mark, it was the #4 Product of the Day

After 8 hours, it was in #4 position with 172 votes. The website had 456 unique visitors and 20 customer trials had been started. It sunk to #6th position not long after.

At the 18 hour mark, it was at #7 with 244 upvotes. After 21 hours, it was still in 7th position with 256 votes.

It finished at #7 with 271 votes. The website got 780 unique visitors and the service got 30 trials. Firelab was also featured in the Product Hunt newsletter.

Kyle wrote more about the launch at How Firelab Made the Front Page Of Product Hunt.


Softr 2.0

In December, 2020, Mariam Hakobyan launched Softr 2.0 on Product Hunt. The product ended up reaching the #1 spot, only for listing to be taken down partway through the day, after the product had reached #1. She posted more about her experience at From #1 on ProductHunt to being unlisted.

Mariam relaunched Softr on Product Hunt in June, 2021. It became #1 Product of the Day and week. She was interviewed about her launch day at Community + Distribution = Successful Startup.


Softr

The first version of Softr launched on Product Hunt in August, 2020. It became the top product of the day and the #2 product of the week. Mariam Hakobyan wrote more about the launch at How we got to #1 Product of the Day – luck or hard work?

Within 24 hours, Softr had:

  • 1000+ upvotes
  • 200+ comments
  • 5157 unique visitors (3217 from ProductHunt)
  • 715 signups
  • 11 paid users

When 2 Surf

Andrew Azimov submitted his app When To Surf to Product Hunt in February, 2017.

It got 149 votes that day and ranked #7. Within a week, the app had gotten 285 votes and was the top app in the Sports, Weather, Surfing categories.

He wrote a comprehensive overview of the launch at When To Surf became #1 app in Sports, Weather, Surfing on Product Hunt + 3000 people tried it.


Budget Meal Planner

Dianna Allen launched the Budget Meal Planner on Product Hunt in July, 2019. She also created a Twitter thread about how to save money on food to help promote it. She did a progress update 8 hours into the launchWithin 24 hours, she had 1,703 unique visitors, 5,629 page views and 5 new Patrons. She created an Indie Hacker post shared her launch experience. The main result? The engagement from the Twitter thread far exceeded that of the PH launch


Codegiant

Codegiant launched on Product Hunt in May, 2018. They became the #4 Product of the Day with 565 upvotes. They shared more about the launch at Our Product Hunt Launch Story.

They also got:

  • 450+ user sign ups
  • 2.5k visitors on launch day

DJ Name Generator

DJ Name Generator launched on Product hunt in April, 2020. It finished in 30th place with 88 upvotes. The website had 1.2k visitors and 24’000 names were generated.


New Movies Coming Out

Mubs launched New Movies Coming Out on Product Hunt in April, 2018.

He created a Twitter thread sharing launch stats. For a lot of the day, the traffic hovered around the 20 visitor mark. At one point, it did jump to 40 visitors.

By the end of the day, he had nearly 250 votes on Product Hunt. It led to 2k visitors and around 7k page views. The site got 154 subscribers and 47 users.

It ranked on Google quickly and was still getting good traffic one week post launch.


Leave Me Alone

Leave Me Alone launched on Product Hunt in January 2019. After 1 hour, it had 100 votes. After 3 hours, it had 200 votes. At the 13 hour market, Leave Me Alone had 700 upvotes.

It finished at #1 Product of the Day with 963 upvotes. They had also did 144 sales. Danielle shared more launch day stats in this Tweet.

It continued to have success after the launch. Leave Me Alone reached 1000 upvotes within 48 hours. It was featured in the newsletter and became #1 Product of the Week. They reached 305 sales less than a week later.


Peoplebox

Peoplebox launched 1-on-1 Meeting Questions for Managers on Product Hunt in March, 2020. It became #2 Product of the Day with 700+ upvotes. Abhinav Chugh shared more about the experience at Product Hunt Launch Learnings.

It was later shared on Reddit. This led to 110x increase in traffic and 20x in signups.


Startup First Users

In September 2019, Startup First Users launched on Product Hunt. It became #1 Product of the Day, #3 Product of the Week and #3 Product on the Month. Frank Heijdenrijk wrote a case study about how he created and launched the page at How I reached #1 on ProductHunt.

The page got a lot of attention. On the launch day, traffic fluctuated between 80-120 people at any one time. The page ended up getting over 6,000 visitors. The webpage was featured on different sites and generated even more traffic. Within a month, he had almost 30,000 visitors.


GrowthList 2.0

Antoine Milkoff launched GrowthList 2.0 on Thanksgiving in November, 2020. Antoine wrote more about the launch at How GrowthList Became Product Of The Week By Accident.

90 minutes after the launch, it had 1 upvote. It had 20 upvotes 3 hours after launching. Despite the slow start, it finished as the #1 Product of the day with 700 votes.

Antoine set the goal of selling 50 Pro memberships. He ended up selling 38 GrowthList subscriptions. It finished as #1 Product of the Week with 1,086 upvotes.


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Saas Blocks

Gene launched Saas Blocks in June, 2021. He made 15 sales within 90 minutes of his announcement post. Within 6 hours, he had made 60 sales.

SaaS Blocks ended up becoming the #5 Product of the day with 239 votes. He earned $893 in sales from 132 customers. He also got a lot of great feedback.


Earlyname

Earlyname launched on Product Hunt in September, 2020. It was the #5 Product of the Day. The Earlyname website got 1.2k webviews and 402 user sign ups.

Ben wrote a longer case study at Earlyname: Reserving Usernames on the Internet. The post shares stats updates at different times during the launch, as well as his reaction.


Maker Mind

Anne-Laure Le Cunff noticed a high affinity between Product Hunt and the Maker Mind audience and decided the promote her newsletter.

The results: almost 2,000 new subscribers, her first paid sponsors, and several consulting opportunities.

She wrote an article about her experience at Launching a newsletter on Product Hunt.

This article is about her preparation, launch strategy, and experience during the whole process, as well as what she learned.


Marketing Examples

Harry Dry launched Marketing Examples in Product Hunt in August, 2019. He was #1 Product of the Week and led to an increase of over 2000 email subscribers.

He wrote more about his strategy at How I got 2,000 new subscribers from Product Hunt


AI Writer Chrome Extension

AI Writer Chrome Extension launched on Product Hunt in August, 2021. After four hours, they were in #1 position with 89 votes. After 22 hours, it was still #1 Product of the Day with 320 votes. Part way during the launch, Product Hunt changed the name of the product from “AI Writer Chrome Extension” to “ContentWriter Chrome Extension” This wasn’t fixed until 1 hour before the launch ended. Nick Duncan created a Twitter thread about what he had learned learned 4 Products on Product Hunt.


LandingFolio

In October, 2015, LandingFolio was featured on Product Hunt. It finished at #2 place.

The creator, Danny Postma, wrote about the feature on his blog (Wayback Machine).

He got 3.716 visitors on launch day. The next day, it got another 5.606 visitors. Within four days, LandingFolio had 12.000 visitors.

He shared more information on Twitter.

He was getting a decent amount of traffic 20 hours after launch. Within 2.5 days, Landing Folio had 388 new subscribers. After a month, he had 953 upvotes.


SavvyCal

Derrick launched SavvyCal on Product Hunt in January, 2021. It was #1 product of the week, #2 product of the day and #2 produt of the month.

Within 8 hours of launching, SavvyCal had 394 votes. Derrick chronicled the story of the launch at SavvyCal Wins Product Hunt. He later compared the traffic from the Product Hunt launch vs getting featured in the Product Hunt newsletter.

Corey Haines helped with the campaign.


Blogging For Devs

Monica launched Blogging for Devs on Product Hunt on August 31, 2020. It became #1 product of the day.

She covered the details and results of the launch at Product Hunt Launch: How this newsletter became #1 Product of the Day. She got 2.3K users and 1,170 subscribers.

She adapted the homepage between the launch on Twitter and the launch on Product Hunt. She shared a Twitter thread about the lessons learned.


Digital Stocking Stuffers

Digital Stocking Stuffers launched on Product Hunt in December, 2020. 5 hours later, it was #6. After 6 1/2 hours, it was #5.

Andrew created a number of funny tweets to encourage competition between Digital Stocking Stuffers and a different product:


Traverse

Traverse launched on Product Hunt in May, 2021. After 75 minutes, it was in 10th position with 14 votes. 95 minutes into the launch, it was in seventh position with 26 votes. After 3 hours, it hit the #1 spot with 63 votes. It reached 100 votes just 40 minutes later. Traverse sold their first yearly plan 6 hours into the launch. It also had 179 new signups. Dom Zijlstra also experienced success on Twitter. After 10 hours, his tweets had gotten over 100k new impressions and he had gotten over 100 followers. At the 8 hour mark, it had dropped to second place. After 13 hours, it was in fifth position with 290 votes. Traverse finished as #5 Product of the Day with 384 votes. The website had 1387 new visitors and 421 signups. Traverse also sold two yearly and 2 monthly premium plans. It also made it into the weekly newsletter.


ilo

ilo launched on Product Hunt on September 17. The launch quickly led to 150 new sign ups and ilo passing $3k in revenue. Within 24 hours, 199 new users had signed up. It ended up being #2 product of the day.


The Scientific Meal Planner

The Scientific Meal Planner was launched on Product Hunt in February, 2020. It became the #3 product of the day.

Daniel Burnette posted about the launch results on Indie Hackers the next day. He got:

  • 462 visitors
  • 250 sign ups
  • 2 Patrons totaling $11/mo

Shoutout

Shoutout launched on Product Hunt on February 18, 2021. It became the #3 Product of the Day. The service got 360 total signups and 10 paying customers. The launch also got 230k Twitter impressions. They were also featured in the Product Hunt newsletter.

Sharath Kuruganty shared a graphic of the Product Hunt launch checklist.


Potion

Potion launched on Product Hunt in May, 2021. The launch was quite successful and a large part of that was due to the efforts Noah put in prior to launching.

Noah started planning the launch 30 days beforehand. He shared his strategy and plans in a Twitter thread. He even created a video specific to Product Hunt users.

The launch got 812 upvotes and drove 2.8k views to his website. He also got 127 sign ups via email and 39 signups from people using their credit card upfront. 2 days later, he had 200 more upvotes and 26 signups with credit card upfront.

Noah created a video summarizing the results of the How Potion got #1 of the day on Product Hunt. He also shared a video with updates from he launch.