100 resources for promoting start-ups in the international market

100 resources for promoting start-ups in the international market


  • Y Combinator – News: Here you can find the latest news Y Combinator;
  • Reddit – Startups: Subreddit for entrepreneurs, where you can learn new ideas or share your own;
  • Reddit – Side project: Subreddit, where you can collect feedback and feedback about your project;
  • Reddit – Shameless plug: Submit your project to the court of other entrepreneurs;
    Reddit – Design_critiques: Here you can listen to constructive criticism of your design decisions;
  • Reddit – AlphaAndBetaUsers: Subreddit, where you can recruit people for alpha and beta testing;
  • Reddit – IMadeThis: Subreddit, where you can show yourself and your talents;
  • Reddit – Entrepreneur: Here you can ask questions about the development of start-ups;
  • MoMB: Meet the most up-to-date projects in beta testing;
  • Crozdesk: Choose the best online solutions for business;
  • Crunchbase: Here you can get information about new companies and their founders;
  • Angel: A meeting point for start-ups, employees, and investors;
  • Betalist: Uncover the “tomorrow’s” start-ups;
  • StartupLi.st: Here you can learn about different start-ups and tell about your own;
  • JustGoneLive: A resource that allows you to monitor the launch of new projects;
  • Kickoff Boost: Discuss and research thousands of recently launched products;
  • Geekopedia: Surveys of startups – “Analysis of what is critical”;
  • Killer startups: You can read reviews of startups and interviews with management;
  • RateMyStartup: A resource where users evaluate startups;
  • New Startups: There are lists of startups, their reviews, and information about job openings;
  • NexBigWhat: Entrepreneurs of the world are united on one platform;
  • Stacks Share: Find the software tools that are right for you;
  • Launching Next: A list of the world’s most promising start-ups;
  • The Startup Project: Articles about start-ups and start-ups, as well as interviews with founders;
  • Erlibird: An opportunity to conduct usability testing of your service;
  • StartUpLift: Here you can type beta testers to get feedback;
  • FeedMyApp: Reviews of the proposed mobile and web applications;
  • Silicon Allee: A service that unites Berlin companies and the whole world;
  • F6S: Here you can chat with accelerators, funds, and investors;
  • European Startups: Startups of Europe, work, reviews;
  • 101 Best Websites: Learn all about the best websites in the world;
  • Vator: “The voice of an entrepreneur” – communicate and learn from entrepreneurs like you;
  • Springwise: Get access to the latest innovations of entrepreneurs from around the world;
  • Techpluto: Read and learn – startup and technology news;
  • Cee Startups: This is a blog driven by entrepreneurs and investors;
  • AppUseful: Library of useful applications – choose the tool to your liking;
  • Startupwizz: Here, investors and entrepreneurs learn about the latest news from the world of web startups;
  • VB Profiles: Learn the metrics of startups and market analytics;
  • Guest: The resource connects companies with the world’s largest investor community;
  • Startup Book: Selected news and advice for entrepreneurs;
  • Netted: Useful articles about different tools;
  • Mine sprout: A blog that helps startups find their first visitors or customers;
  • Makeuseof: Here you can read articles on a variety of subjects;
  • Venture Village: Here you can get information about investment rounds and other financial data;
  • App Vita: Read the latest reviews of applications and services;
  • Webdevtwopointzero: Description of sites and applications;
  • Dzineblog: A popular blog about design;
  • Rev2: News about start-ups and technologies;
  • Tech Attitude: Blog about blogging, mobile technologies, software and social media;
  • Easiest: Information on technologies, innovations, entrepreneurs and start-ups in Central and Eastern Europe;
  • Start it: Here you can get skills and knowledge useful in creating a start-up;
  • Rude Baguette: A blog about French start-ups;
  • Webrazzi: A resource about digital markets, start-ups, investments, technological developments in Europe;
  • Sociable Blog: News, articles, and videos about social media and communities;
  • Product Hunt: Here you can find and discuss the best applications, games, podcasts and books;
  • Trade it: Clone Product Hunt for financial and technological and commercial start-ups;
  • Breakpoint: Share side projects and get feedback;
  • Side Projects: A collection of the best side projects;
  • Fire Spotting: Clone Hacker News;
  • Pitch Pigeon: Transfer of information about your startup to more than 200 techno blogs;
  • Techno do: Get feedback about your project;
  • Startup Buffer: Assistance in the development of the startup;
  • Startup Tabs: A community that searches for startups and discloses their potential;
  • TechCrunch – Emails: Email addresses of TechCrunch editors;
  • Dev post: Follow the work of the “hackers” of the world;
  • Startup Ranking: Find out information about the best start-ups in the world and their analytical indicators;
  • Random Startup: Get information about a random startup;
  • Cool Startup Bro: The latest and best videos about startups (daily updates);
  • Press Friendly: Find a reporter with TechCrunch who will write your story;
  • Cubs camp: Here you can get recommendations on content from the best entrepreneurs in their business;
  • Launch Lister: The most notable startups on the Product Hunt, Beta List, and Startup List;
  • Submit.co: It’s a list of places where you can tell about your startup;
  • Promote hour: This is a list of sites where you can post information about your startup;
  • Beta page: Here you can post information about your mobile application or game;
  • BLNKK: This is a discussion platform for startup founders;
  • Idea Squares: Choose the tools for crowdfunding;
  • Oneliners: Here you will be helped to come up with a catchy slogan;
  • Waitlisted: Manage the list of those wishing to use your service;
  • Beta tester Shub: Find the first customers for your service;
  • Betabound: Here you can participate in beta tests of applications and other software;
  • Toolset: Help in managing the subscriber base on Twitter;
  • Nickkolenda – The Psychology of Pricing: An article about a competent valuation of value;
  • TigerTiger – Growth Hacking: Free book about growth hacking;
  • Launchlist: Database of startups with description;
  • Side Projectors: A platform for finding, buying and selling side projects;
  • Bootstrappers: A selection of useful articles and tips;
  • Cloudlist: A new way to share cloud apps with other people;
  • Geekwire – Startup list: List of start-ups in the North-West of the USA;
  • Robin good – Tools: Choose useful tools for work;
  • AlternativeTo: A fresh look at finding good software;
  • Inc42: Opportunity to publish an article about your startup in the magazine Inc42;
  • App met: Tell us about your application;
  • TextMeApps: Tell me about your mobile application;
  • WebAppRater: Reviews and evaluations of mobile applications;
  • AppAdvice: On mobile gaming innovations and other applications;
  • Get App: Compare and choose the right applications for business;
  • App Appeal: The resource exists to ensure that as many people as possible can learn about your SaaS-application;
  • Maq tool: Choose your new tools for work;
  • Discover Cloud: Choose your tools for doing business;
  • Cloud Showplace: Get information about SaaS-, PaaS-, IaaS-companies;
  • BizTechXperts: Assistance to organizations in the search and selection of technical products and services according to their requirements;
  • StartupVideos: Watch the best startup videos;
  • FounderFox: A simple way to tell your story to the world;
  • Startup Blink: Apply your project to the global startup map;
  • Inside Startups: Tell the world about the culture of your startup;
  • Hey.Press Find reliable journalists;

Of course, this list can not be considered completely exhaustive – carefully supplement it in the comments and share the experience of promoting your projects.

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    Thanks guys for such nice post. It made my life easier so that I can find everything in one place.

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