Product Hunt Began as an Email List | Ryan Hoover
Product Hunt is a lot of things: A drop-dead simple list of new tech products, a community of early adopters, and now a go-to source for tech investors looking for under-the-radar gems to plop in their portfolios. But according to Ryan Hoover, the site's 27-year-old founder and a veteran of the mobile [...]
Product Hunt, a community board where people can up vote tech products, officially announced the raise of $6.1 million in a Series A today, led by Andreessen Horowitz. Y Combinator partner and Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian took part in this round as a new investor to the company. Ryan Hoover, th…
This Is What Happens When Your Startup Is A Hit On Product Hunt
Ryan Hoover is the founder of Product Hunt, a popular website where you can find the latest products for just about any need or want in your life. Ryan came from an entrepreneurial household, where his parents ran their own businesses and w
Getting your app, website, or other tech product featured on the front page of Product Hunt can open many doors. Investors watch the site, sussing out potential prospects. Influential users visit the site daily to discover new, innovative products for their fields of expertise. And, of course, creators watch and use the site to create success, revenue, and, in some cases, fame. If you're one of the latter, you'll want to read on.
Two years after launching the Weekend Fund, Product Hunt founder Ryan Hoover is back with a $10 million second fund to invest in -- and help create -- more early-stage entrepreneurs.