How to get kids to buy your product on Hacker News
In my experience, this is the best strategy I’ve ever seen.
I know this because I’ve been working with a company that had this problem, and the solution was to try to convince kids to take an inventory of the company and to buy products.
The idea was that if they were convinced to do this, they would buy the products more quickly.
The problem is that children are much more likely to buy from websites that they know.
And since I know that this strategy works in my own company, I was sure that I could convince my kids that it was the best thing that could happen to them.
I set up a “Hacker News” segment, a sort of “we’re selling products” segment.
I put up an article about a company I wanted to work with, and I made the article about how the company was building a drone.
Then I did a short video on the drone and explained that if kids started buying from this article, I’d be able to get them a drone for free.
When kids did that, I got more than 30 percent more downloads from my video than I would have from a similar article about the drone.
The other half of the strategy is to try and persuade parents to buy something on Hacker.com, and to have them make the decision to buy the product.
The best strategy is the one that I’m most familiar with: Just talk to your kids.
As an old, white guy, I can tell you that I don’t think that any of my kids are smart enough to be able, if given the choice, to buy things from an online retailer. I don