Cross-post your blogs to Hashnode, Dev, and Medium at once. Automating the process

If this is the first time we meet, I am Ganesh. I've been writing programming articles and tutorials for 2 years now. Here's my blog: https://cloudnweb.dev/

I have to say that blogging has changed my career a lot. It helped me to find better opportunities and passive income and connect with a lot of great developers.

As much as I like to blog about technical stuff, it becomes inevitable to spread the word across the community. I have to cross-post my content to make it more visible in the developer's community. It was a manual and time-consuming process.

I was looking for a solution to address this issue. I found out about Buffer and Hootsuite. They solved the problem partially, but it is expensive. So, I decided to build a simple tool to solve it.


We can now cross-post to Hasnode, Medium, and Dev.to at once with canonical URL.

Let me know the platform(s) you would like to be added to cross-post.

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    This is a cool product and I vouche for it. Way to go!!

    1. 2

      Thank you upen. I really enjoy https://gumroad.com/l/micro-saas-idea-pro. great resources and ideas

  2. 3

    Hello Ganesh, This is a good product Idea. I took few minutes to feature your product here - https://my.productstartups.com/c/saas/crosspostapp

    Good luck to you


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      Thank you Venkat. that's awesome. if you're facing this problem, feel free to book a call to discuss about it. https://calendly.com/ganeshmani009/15min. i would be happy to get your opinion and feedback.

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        Sure. Will try to do an email interview with you sometime next week.

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      Thank you!!!.. your feedback will be helpful and few questions i have,

      1. Do you face this problem?
      2. if so, how are you solving this problem now(using any other tools for it?)
      3. would you like to test crosspost app and give a feedback(there will be rewarding points for that)
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    Thanks Ganesh. I will keep your app in mind for my online writing.

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      Thank you. Glad to hear that. it will be helpful if i can get more insights about your workflow towards writing.

      1. syndicating the content across social platforms
      2. how do you currently spread the word about your writing?

      i am curious to know that. it will help me to shape the product towards it.

  4. 2

    very cool! thanks for sharing!

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    I've already used this in it's early days anb forgot the URL after a while.
    excellent idea and Execution.

    Congrats Ganesh.

    Please promote it on blogging for devs community as well.

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    Sounds interesting, I was looking for something like this.

    Currently I'm cross posting articles to my own blog (https://www.dsebastien.net/blog), Medium, DEV.to and hashnode. And it's tiresome. Each has their own way of embedding content, and simple copy-pasting doesn't cut it. Image formats are not the same everywhere (e.g., I use SVG on my blog, but can't on the other platforms), and embedding tweets, gists, YT videos etc is always specific too.

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      That's so interesting. can i DM you?. let me know. i would like to discuss with you.

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        Yes, of course you can :)

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    Very interesting, I will have to take a look at this. I currently use Buffer paid service and have been very happy. But they do seem to be falling behind on supported networks.

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      Yeah. I was facing the same problem. i am planning to improve the product and make it more elegant and easy to use. your feedback and inputs will be helpful. can i Dm you?. let me know. i would like to discuss with you.

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        Sure please feel free to msg me, I would love to help. Thanks

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