The Startup Marketing Checklist
What is this?
The Startup Marketing Checklist is a comprehensive, chronologically ordered list of marketing tactics and ideas that you can try with your startup. The list started as the Side Project Marketing Checklist back in 2017, but I've since updated and renamed it. It is totally free and open source.
I've been building little software side projects for years, but I've always been terrible at marketing them. I come up with some ideas, forget those ideas, do some random stuff, then lose interest. The goal of this repository is to fix that.
Copy the marketing-checklist.md file or fork this repository.
Add, remove, or modify the tactics as you see fit based on your project and customers.
Get to work! The checklist format allows you to keep up with which things you've tried and which you haven't.
Profit? I mean, that's the goal, right?
The checklist and more helpful blog posts are also available on our website.
Please open an issue or email firstname.lastname@example.org to suggest changes to this checklist.
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