Eddie Pratt
Sep 28, 2015 · 2 min read

PART 3: Promoting your product.

Which do you think drove the most website hits?

Number 1 on reddit.com/r/Entrepreneur for a day, Top 10 on Product Hunt, Email, or Twitter?

I created and self-published a tool called Product Snacks — Bite-sized Learning for Product Managers earlier this year, and started selling them around the world on Amazon.

I tried several experiments to drive traffic to ProductSnacks.com and kept track of the number of site hits so that I could share the results with you.

Here are some of the main things I tried:

See the actual web page hits from ProductSnacks.com below. Page Views correlated very well with sales. Thanks to all the teams for the kind mentions and promotional opportunities!

I can’t be more pleased, as people love Product Snacks. They’re using them in England, Ireland, Scotland, France, Germany, Belgium, Estonia, USA, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Sweden, and Malta.

Page views on ProductSnacks.com with activities that drove the views

In this series of articles I’m sharing my learning as I create, launch and grow Product Snacks — Bite-sized Learning for Product Managers.

Products Snacks: Product Management Essentials (Cards), by Eddie Pratt available from Amazon UK to ship worldwide.

Product Snacks — Bite-sized Learning for Product Managers.

Eddie Pratt

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Author of http://ProductSnacks.com @ProductSnacks Freelance Product Manager http://Aspirito.com. Occasional Photographer. Ex Silicon Valley. Now in UK.

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