Product Hunt, a quite useful tool for anyone who wants genuine feedback about a product from its existing users. I find its credibility factor extremely appealing; hence, I take the time to read through the reviews before spending money on a product. I find the whole concept adequately fascinating, eventually made me travel overseas to look for the founder, Ryan Hoover.
Hoover’s earliest story:
He’s had several jobs in the past, and being in charge of his parents’ gumball machine that made him understand the basics of revenue and expenditure since he was eleven. As he grew older, he learned ways of making money from banner ads through his own website and using the resale value of electronics on eBay.
I believe children must be taught and guided at the same time so they eventually grow the habit of making money ethically for future sustenance.
His personal interests:
As the founder of Product Hunt that mainly incorporates information on various products available on the internet, I inquired further about Ryan’s interests and found out,
Stork: Stork designs perfectly fitting undershirts that you can subscribe to for receiving newer threads either quarterly or monthly basis. So, before you know it there is newer sets of clothes perfectly piled up inside your closet. For anyone with extreme love in music can design their own music sets using this tool.
Ryan always wanted to build something that allows creativity to be expressed more openly. He stated,
“We see makers building varied, interesting ideas every day like a cat doodler, somewhat creepy selfie dolls, and this app that helps the blind see.”
With numerous companies trying relentlessly to make their product gain further exposure; Ryan is also excited to attend seminars hosted globally for sharing his knowledge and ideas.
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