Of all the press coverage and media enquiries we've been getting over the last week or so, by far my favourite has come from NYC-based men's style magazine Inside Hook. The web publication has been named the #1 web site for gentlemen by Business Insider and their Managing Editor Kirk Miller reached out when we first broke to ask us about the inspiration for ShelfLife. The result made the front page of Inside Hook earlier this week: How popular is Inside Hook? We got a massive
For Immediate release: ShelfLife aims to become ‘the Airbnb of lifestyles”, offers users the chance to rent a new life for the week. News provided by ShelfLife - Sept 20; 08:43 EST Singapore, September 20 / PR Newswire / - ShelfLife has launched as an exciting new service that offers users the chance to ‘rent out’ a stranger’s life, for a period of up to one week. Modelled on popular ‘sharing economy’ apps like Airbnb, the ShelfLife service (www.getashelflife.com) allows user
Okay, here we go. The great, all-powerful Product Hunt (yes with the kitten wearing google glass as its mascot - that Product Hunt) has seen fit to feature us amongst the legions of startups all vying for a place in the sun. But it should be us, yes ShelfLife, that is the startup allowed to climb higher. All it takes, is your upvote. Please. #Producthunt #Singapore #PressRelease #Startup
It's been a good run for us this week as far as coverage and publicity goes - first the feature on the front page of Betalist and now those uber-trendy peeps at Trend Hunter have given ShelfLife the once over and declared us to be, well, trend-worthy. Says senior contributor Michael Hemsworth: "Escapism has become a popular travel style amongst busy consumers looking to get away from their daily routine, which is being adapted to in different ways as seen with the 'ShelfLife'
We've only been in beta a few days but it feels like we've had a major breakthrough - we awoke this morning to discover our little project in 'changing people's lives, one week at a time' is now on the global stage, thanks to a front page feature on Betalist. Along with Producthunt, everyone in tech-land knows that Betalist is where a lot of great new startups first emerge into the public eye. We're thrilled to be in great company and to be getting some very positive feedback