Whether you’re a new start-up or one that’s been around for a little while it always helps to have your start-up listed on a few websites. To get you started, here is a list of websites to submit your start-up to!
Product Hunt surfaces the best new products, every day. It’s a place for product-loving enthusiasts to share and geek out about the latest mobile apps, websites, hardware projects, and tech creations.
CrunchBase is the world’s most comprehensive dataset of startup activity and it’s accessible to everyone. Founded in 2007 by Mike Arrington, CrunchBase began as a simple crowd sourced database to track startups covered on TechCrunch. Today you’ll find about 650k profiles of people and companies that are maintained by tens of thousands of contributors.
AngelList is a platform for startups to source funding and employees.
4. Hacker News
A huge community of entrepreneurs and hackers, submit your startup under Show HN.
BetaList was started as a “hack” for the founder to get his real start-up featured on popular start-up news website TechCrunch. It can take months for free submissions to go through but you can expedite your submission to get on within 48 hours.
Familiar with reddit? Check out the thriving start-up community at r/startups and submit your start-up! There are currently 75,000 subscribers to this sub-reddit.
StartupLi.st is a place to find, follow, and recommend start-ups. It naturally caters to early adopters.
Something is clear: entrepreneurs want to hit it big with “the next big thing” and investors want to finance it. KillerStartups.com aims to help them both by reviewing up-and-coming internet startups right on the spot, right at their birth.
StartupBlink is an interactive map that presents information about startups from around the world and allows them to communicate with each other.
Simple concept: For every page request RandomStartup.org will take you to a different start-up.
It should be noted that these websites generally won’t bring your intended visitors but other tech-y people so don’t expect too many sign ups! (Unless they are your audience.)
Share any others websites to submit start-ups to below! 🙂