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spekulatius1984 profile image Peter Thaleikis 🍪 Originally published at on ・2 min read


Every time I check sites I've mentioned in the Where To Post Newsletter and find a project I know about from previous conversations, I'm smiling a bit for myself. It makes me happy to see that people are trying the ideas out to see if they work for them. It also makes me happy to see all the support other indie hackers provide for each other. Together we are stronger!

With this in mind, I hope to see some more submissions and hopefully more attention to our side projects, I would like to introduce you to Owwly. Owwly is a product-discovery and indie-hacker learning platform similar to ProductHunt or In a similar way it allows you to post your project for another little boost:

Owwly Homepage

Submit your Project to Owwly

After a one-click sign-up using social login you can head over to your profile:

Owwly Submit

Once you arrive on your profile, you are already halfway there:

Owwly Submit

Fill in the simple form and save it:

Owwly Submit

Done! That's it. Probably less than 5 minutes from sign-up to submission.

Posting updates

You might want to add an update occasionally, to remind the Owwly users that your project is still there. This way you pop up on top of the News section on the homepage. Simply enter the two fields marked below and submit the post. Unfortunately, this doesn't allow for markdown or links at this point, but still worth it to drive attention to your project:

Owwly Post Updates

Once again, click on "Post" and you are done. Simple as that.

That's it!

I hope this helped you and your project. If you are new and missed out on the last edition about YourStack, and have a look now!

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