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.
He provided a thread about the launch at the end of the day. It got:
- 464 visitors
- 48 scans
- 17 payments
- $15.81 revenue
He posted an update three days after launching. At that point, it had 27 new scans and 1 new payment.
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.
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.