Today marks a milestone for me as I excitedly unveil my latest endeavor: WordAlerts, a dynamic keyword monitoring tool tailor-made for Reddit (and soon expanding to other platforms!).

I'll admit, there's a whirlwind of emotions as I hit that 'launch' button. Truth be told, WordAlerts isn't exactly the powerhouse I envision it to be just yet. In fact, it's a bit nerve-wracking to put it out there when it's still in its infancy. But hey, every journey starts with a single step, right?

So, why the butterflies in my stomach? Well, let's just say WordAlerts is a bit like a newborn chick finding its wings. Sure, it's asking for a little bit of cash (just a dollar, though!), but in return, it's not exactly delivering the moon and stars—at least not yet.

The website is non-existant. No images, no instructions, no keywords, no SEO, nothing, nil, nada. The app only has a single feature (monitor Reddit for keywords and alert you by email) which sorta, kinda works.

But here's the thing: I'm "happy" with that - for now.

I'm not here to sugarcoat it—I'm a tad embarrassed, even ashamed, by its current state. But instead of letting those feelings hold me back, I've decided to take the plunge and launch it anyway.

Why? Because I'd rather put it out there, flaws and all, and start building a community of early adopters who are as passionate about its potential as I am. Sure, it may only seem worth a dollar now, but mark my words, WordAlerts is destined to evolve into something truly valuable, easily worth twenty times that amount.

So, here's my motto: Screw it, just launch it! Embrace the imperfections, celebrate the journey, and let's make WordAlerts the go-to tool for savvy internet users everywhere.

Join me on this adventure, and together, let's unlock the full potential of WordAlerts. Trust me, the best is yet to come!