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77,686 approved products
Last week I added a new dynamic data point to the homepage of SaaSHub - the number of all approved products. As of now, there are a total of 77,686 approved products. It may not seem much, but it's just 5,000 behind one of my top competitors - AlternativeTo. Of course, the number of listed products isn't paramount. What is...
Postgres Trigram indexes VS Algolia
One of the top competitors of SaaSHub - alternativeto.net is using Algolia for their search autocomplete. I'd suggest testing their search and SaaSHub's. You won't find many differences in the UX or speed.
Source: dev.to
Does it make sense to have a monthly subscription for a premium listing in a software marketplace? : Entrepreneur
The second option I'm considering is accepting sponsorships and displaying sponsors' logos at the bottom of most pages. I just don't want to clutter the site with "regular" ads. For example, one of my biggest competitors is "AlternativeTo.net" and their UI is a bit cluttered and "noisy".
Source: www.reddit.com

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