I made $5,428.91 in 3 days with a side project
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72 hours ago I launched Dracula PRO.
It's been a crazy couple of days with tons of learnings.
Here are some thoughts and behind the scenes of this entire process.
The landing page is the main driver for revenue.
Spending a lot of time refining your message always pays off.
Here’s the geographical distribution of traffic this week.
The US alone has 23% of total traffic, that’s important to know especially when it comes to distributing content at the right timezone.
I tried sharing on Reddit, Product Hunt, HackerNews, and IndieHackers.
Even though they brought some traffic, Twitter still is the number one referral source.
- Net Sales are $5,252.47 (after Gumroad fees, refunds, chargebacks, and affiliate fees);
- Total Costs are $120.40 (Mailchimp, Typeform, etc);
- Net Profit: $5,132.07
Staying lean is very hard, but I’m focused on maintaining the operational costs as low as possible.
Now I’m trying to think of ideas to keep the momentum going.