What's your newsletter?

I love hearing about other people's newsletters and subscribing to new content.

Let's do a show-and-tell! Share your newsletter / link and a one-sentence description of what your content is all about.

I'll go first:

Remotely Inclined is a newsletter about remote work and remote entrepreneurship.

EDIT - wow, this kinda took off! I'm loving all the newsletters I'm seeing. Subscribed to a handful -- you should, too.

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    📈 Trends.vcDiscover new markets and ideas

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      Hooked! I love the way you write.

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        Thanks for checking it out 🙏

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      Everyone should subscribe to this, its great!

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      Great newsletter! Buy the pro edition :-)

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      Highly recommend this one. 📈

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        Looks interesting! Sub'ed

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        Thanks Yannick! 🙌

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    Rosieland - a weekly newsletter for community builders

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      Omg the newsletter I didn't know I needed.

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      Love your newsletter btw Rosie

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    Marketing Examples - One real world marketing case study every week

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      Already a subscriber!

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        Keep killing it, Harry. I have a lot to learn, the more you can centralize all your nuggets the better.

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          Appreciate it Michael

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        Cheers Stefan. So many new ones to choose from here!

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    Zero to Marketing - Get better at marketing in 5 minutes a week

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      Well as I suck at marketing, this is lovely

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        No problem, we'll fix this 🙂

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    Engineering Growth- a newsletter for founders that want to grow their product without targeted advertising.


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      We need to start some sort of a growth newsletter circle :) there are so many now 😂

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      I've just written an article, "20 Growth Hacking Tips for your First 100 Customers". It may be useful for you :)

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      Loving this! I just signed up.

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        Thanks hope you like it :)

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    http://yassinerajallah.com/ - Documenting my journey as an Entrepreneur & iOS Dev

    If you are interested in knowing about all the pitfalls and strategies I learned from 4years+ of entrepreneurship in details, you'll definitely love this one :p

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    Afridigest - Get smarter about business & innovation in Africa.

    For a bit of social proof: this post about WeChat & super apps in emerging markets hit #2 on Hacker News yesterday with over 200 points.

    Take a peek 👀 & let me know what you think.

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      Couldn't recommend this enough. Really great read and super insightful.

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      Subscribed. Will see how it goes.

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        🙌 Great - thanks! But now I feel pressure not to let you down :)

  8. 5

    Growthlessons.co - bite-size lessons on growth from founders who've done it.

  9. 5

    Podboxer - Every Wednesday I share two business podcast episodes that I've found useful.

    I include my main takeaways so you know if it's worth your time to listen to 🎧

  10. 5

    Scrapbook newsletter - actionable growth tactic ideas to grow your project

  11. 5

    The Signal - A business idea for you to use, delivered every week.

  12. 5

    Launch Personal Finance (http://LaunchPF.com), a daily newsletter curating interest articles focusing on personal finance and financial independence.

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      Just Subscribed!
      How do you like Revue so far? I just started and find it good for round-up newsletters.

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        Thanks for subscribing!

        I’m pretty happy with Revue, the iPhone app and Chrome bookmark extension make it real easy to tag content I might want to include.

        Let me know if you have any feedback on my newsletter (things you like, want to see more/less of, etc)

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      Yess love personal finance and all things FIRE

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        Thanks! Independence is why we’re all here after all, isn’t it?

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    The Bootstrapped Founder - I share what I learned starting, building, and selling a business. I also include many interesting links from the founder scene and celebrate the successes of several indie hackers in every episode.

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      How come I did not yet subscribe to your newsletter?! Done!

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      Just tried to subscribe but got hit with a 404 page after clicking submit

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        Quite odd! Can you please refresh and try again? I updated the ConvertKit thingy a few minutes ago, maybe that collided with your signup attempt.

        If it happens again, please send a screenshot over to [email protected]

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    Swipefiles.co/subscribe — Detailed teardowns of marketing examples for every project.

  15. 4

    Blogging for Devs

    I teach developers to grow their blogs and audience with written content and SEO :)

    It's a good fit for technical founders, individual developers making tech blogs, and even blogs in other niches.

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      Great idea! Finally, something for versatile full-stack developers.

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    A weekly newsletter with neuroscience-based strategies for knowledge workers: Maker Mind — Make the most of your brain.

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    Growth Insider - actionable growth insights in your inbox.

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      I'm already a subscriber :)

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        I am not worthyyyyyyyy


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          Psh. I like the posts. And congrats on your fist paid subscriber! Remotely Inclined is free right now and I am stumped on what paid might look like, so you are giving me inspiration

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            Thank you. Umm thinking about your newsletter here. The obvious monetization strategy is paid ads - promote tools that make remote work easier. But.. I know this is boring. Let's see what else can you do...

            Maybe create yet another remote job listing site (but somehow better than others) and promote that through your newsletter.

            Consult on areas of remote work - maybe how to build team culture in a remote work world. I dunno.. just spitballing here haha.

            Make a micro SaaS tool of some sort that helps with remote work, and promote it subtly through your newsletter. (this is kind of what I plan to do with Swipe - though I have not pushed it at all yet).

            Hold training sessions on helping companies cope with remote work culture (maybe share case studies of how other companies are doing it and what's working for them in terms of employee motivation, retention etc...)

            Sorry, not too many exciting ideas here, but maybe that'll get the ideas going and you come up with something more interesting!

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              These are great ideas! It's nice to hear it described by someone else (solopreneur problems - talking to myself all day). Thank you kindly

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    https://make.dev - daily actions for founders

    Grow your startup in 5 minutes a day!

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      Hey, I love your newsletter. Simple with best format!

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        Thanks! Yeah, I try to keep is super simple (also helps me complete it every day!)

        Right now I'm working on a better (longer) homepage though to give more info to people, so I'll be interested to see if that converts better.

        Also working on the first blog post for the site! 🎉

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    Marketing Digest (https://marketingdigest.net) - get a 2-minute email every day with summary of articles, videos, podcast episodes, etc. about Marketing.

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    Lunadio: 3 founders writing about their startup journey

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    The New Happy (https://www.thenewhappy.com/): make better decisions that lead to a happier you, a bigger life, and a better world.

    (Thanks for starting this thread, I've found so many great new gems!!)

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      I had no idea it would take off like this! I think I subscribed to 15 newsletters today

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    Holy S*&% this did BLOW UP💥

    POD BYTES - The best 1-2 min segment of the 10 best business & tech podcasts weekly.

    Pilot Demo

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      love a good list of curated biz podcast episodes!

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    Awesome idea! I will definitely check it out! Mine features testimonies from people who have reinvented themselves to overcome adversity and hope to inspire others!

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      I love this concept. Subscribed. Have to ask -- how did you get folks to like posts so much? I get great readership on mine, but not as much "like" engagement (1 or 2 per post, you're getting >10)

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        I am just starting in the newsletter world, which means I spend around 4-5 hours on countless facebook groups just talking to people and asking for advice and feedback. I usually read other people's newsletters and actually engage and provide valuable feedback to them. I guess that when they do see that I care they do the same for me? I am still trying to figure it out and trying to find a more sustainable strategy to build my list. Any advice is welcomes!

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          Oh I'm solidly in the 'do things that don't scale' phase of growth, but loving it.

          Here's what I do that's helped with audience growth:

          • Aggregators: Submit newsletter to aggregators (probably brought in ~10 subscribers, but super low effort)

          • My own social: I put out posts before and after publishing - before is an "I'll be talking about X" preview and then after is the content itself (primary driver of traffic).

          • Other communities: I sometimes post the articles in slack communities I'm a part of, if relevant

          • Quora: I answer as many questions as possible on Quora. I don't link in every one (not in most, actually), but I have the link in my bio + the more you answer in relevant categories, the better your chances of being a most-viewed writer. That gets you featured on their most viewed writers page + higher likelihood that they will send your post in Quora digest emails (their newsletter)

          • Favors: I have absolutely straight up asked people to share my newsletter. I then thanked the person every time a subscriber came in after they shared it (within reasonable timeline, like an hour after they tweeted or something). In one example, one person got so excited that she kind of made a challenge for herself to see how many sub's she could get me in a day - she got me 22.

          • Luck: By happenstance, I've been featured in a few people's newsletters and even in media as a "remote work thinker"

          • Build your own demand gen: I built remotelyinbusiness.com as a way to scratch my own itch in finding resources that were helpful in running a remote business. But I also put a few of my own articles up there that were relevant. Helps drive a tiny bit of traffic, but increases my brand as a remote work person.

          • Interviews: When I interview people, they share it. Plus it opens up chances for me to get interviewed.

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            Awesome! I never thought about Quora and Slack! Thank you so much. I have also got a good amount of people from reddit, I dont know if you use it as well!

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              I don't know how to use reddit, honestly. I always feel like I'm either going be to accused of trolling or get trolled. I feel like I need to spend more time there

  24. 3

    Tailwind Weekly - The best news source for TailwindCSS resources.

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      Actually can I share it on my newsletter next week?

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      Nooice ! 🙌 I am going to subscribe because I am building a tiny thing regarding Tailwind.

      I like it so much that I have included a Tailwind CSS colors color picker on Colors & fonts

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        Nice site! Is this more for people who want to use tailwind colors without using tailwind?

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          Thank you ! I added a Tailwind color picker because for example. I liked a shade that a site was using so Isearched for it on Tailwind docs so I thought that having the picker there, users will save time.

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    JAMstack News - 5 links every week with the most interesting news from the #JAMstack world.

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    NoiseCutters - sending you the best marketing/growth case studies from around the web, based on real results

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      Looking forward to reading!

  27. 3

    https://carrotcake.substack.com/ is a poor man's James Clear. A couple of weekly questions to consider if you are doing the work.

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    👉 Benas Digital - follow and learn from my business experiments and challenges of building a $300k/year digital business.

  29. 3

    Builder's Report - Weekly summary of my week. I'm now adding exclusive tips that might be useful for fellow makers. Includes summary of my content around the internet.

  30. 3

    Spotista – periodic reports on your Spotify listening statistics
    BIG? NOT YET – discover talented emerging artists

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      Got my first weekly email the other day - love it 🙌

  31. 3

    Alpine.js Weekly - a weekly newsletter about the Alpine.js library

  32. 3

    Easiest way to learn AWS with bite-sized content and daily questions


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    Hi @StefanAllDay 👋

    If you are interested in new startups and news from early-stage products - check Owwly
    You can find a quick preview here -> tap here

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    MakerList - Learn how to build and grow a profitable online business

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      Hey -- I tried to sign up but it actually wouldn't let me. Just fyi

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        Hm, that's strange. Did it show an error or anything?

        I'm using Substack so you can also sign up directly on their website: https://makerlist.substack.com

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          Great! And no, it just... wouldn't work. Dead button.

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            So weird 😅

            I'm using Substack's embed so I don't think there's much I can do about that, unfortunately.

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    Mine is https://before90s.substack.com timeless insights from pre-internet companies

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    Hey Stefan, I write Money Talk, a weekly(+) newsletter on the highs and lows of personal finance. https://moneytalk.substack.com/

    I launched straight into paid but there are ad hoc bits for free too

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    Vladimir's Newsletter - I about technology, travel and photography. Sometimes all of them mixed together...

    You can see some of my past articles here: https://haltakov.net/blog

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    Daily Training Session -- Intelligently Planned Daily Workouts Delivered to Your Inbox.

    Crossfit popularized the WOD delivered via WP blog post (usually). My problem with that? They were always not very well planned and no pictures/videos to showcase technique. As a long-time strength & conditioning coach, I always thought it could be done better.

    Kicked it off last month with my version of the Scientific Seven Minute Workout and will be catering it to short home workouts with minimal equipment requirements for the next few months at least.

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      Donnneeeeeee and subscribed.

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      14 days and still not ready?

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    Avoid Boring People - Something surprising about finance and tech to help you avoid boring people monthly.

    Just released this month's issue this morning!

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      Subscribed on name / tone alone. Can't wait to read!

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        :D thank you! Let me know any feedback, positive or negative!

  40. 2

    Git Better - Get better with Git. Tricks, tips, and advanced topics of Git.

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      Sounds interesting... Subscribed!

  41. 2

    MVP Stacking - building mvps one single tech layer at a time. My goal is to avoid the dreaded programming in a cave until everything is perfect syndrome. The idea is to test things with the least amount of code until you find value

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    MetaView - just some monthly 21st century brainfood for thought

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    Design Tools News is a monthly curated digest on the best resources and latest news for digital designers and makers.

    I’ve just decided today to send it out more frequently. Expect the next issue in 2 weeks!

  44. 2

    Women Make - A weekly newsletter featuring women entrepreneurs and makers.

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      I need more stories like this in my life - subscribed!

  45. 2

    The Soundwave is about podcasting and the Open Podcast Community

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    My newsletter Thanks for Subscribing on https://thanksforsubscribing.app is a newsletter where I share new newsletters I find on the web and list on the site.

    Very meta! 📮💌

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      Love it. Subscribed (and submitted Remotely Inclined)

  47. 2

    🧠Vaibhav's Newsletter - I write about Technology and Psychology.

    Mainly, I write through my personal experience and I am just starting out. That's why It doesn't have any fancy name 😅 Great newsletter about remote work, @StefanAllDay!

  48. 2

    Tonians.com - Inspiring content by and for indie makers

  49. 2

    Initiator Creator - Weekly hand-curated newsletter full of interesting articles, links and resources divided into the developer, designer, marketer, entrepreneur categories for easy digest.

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    Mine is: https://indiefounder.substack.com/

    Helping Indie Founders learn from the best resources and books.

    Interestingly enough, I shared about it on here a few days ago and got zero upvotes. I shared it on Hacker News and only the crickets came out. Then I quote tweeted at DHH (because my last issue was relevant to him) and he retweeted it and it has kind of gone viral. All that to say to keep trying it and share your content wherever relevant.

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        Thanks! And likewise!

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    The best links and articles I find online, every 8 days.
    In Spanish.

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    Declarative Statements - best timeless thinking mixed with curated links in economics, investment, technology, and culture


  53. 2

    Monyze - Companies that raised seed investment and trend analysis in your mailbox every month.

  54. 2

    I use pipfeed.com to get a personalized newsletter. I pick the topics I want in that.

    Besides that I really love StackShare's newsletter.

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      I'd not heard of Pipfeed. This is amazing! Thank you

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        Thanks @StefanAllDay .If you have a few minutes then give it a try. Also feel free to send me any feedback or suggestions.

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          Just submitted my newsletter Remotely Inclined -- hope it gets accepted!

          The interface looks really sleek. Congrats on founding it

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            Awesome. Added your newsletter to Pipfeed. The articles will be indexed in a few hours.
            To see your blog. Go to Pipfeed->Explore>SubStack Tab-> Remotely Inclined.

  55. 2

    I launched Modern Marketing Weekly 9 weeks ago. It's a weekly curation on marketing, idea validation & building better products. My goal is to help people with providing high quality content on those topics.

    Email is btw still my number one channel, it's to only way you can OWN your audience.

  56. 2

    Startup Resources - Tools, articles and podcasts for bootstrapped founders. Sent every Friday.

  57. 2

    The Road to Growth - think morning brew meets growth hackers without me spamming or trying to sell anything.

    Delivered once a week with the most recent business news/predictions, an actionable growth hack, and updates to growth academy (a collection of growth strategies and tactics)

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      Hey the link doesn’t work 🙂

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        ^^ thank you 🙌. The link should be working now.

  58. 2

    Grow With Less

    I share the handpicked SEO and copywriting insights I have used to attract 4,647,876 visitors to my blogs in the last 12 months.

  59. 2

    Klart.io/Pixels — Beautiful design inspiration to your inbox, every week

  60. 2

    On transiting from a coding guy into an entrepreneur. Self-awareness is the value.


  61. 2

    Notable updates for Laravel developers every week

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    Rafrador - new business ideas every week.

    You can check out some of my previous posts on the blog here

  63. 2

    https://endangered.substack.com/ - I write about things, practices, and everything that is becoming endangered. One well-researched, 1000-word post every Monday.

  64. 2

    https://developeravocados.net/ - A weekly email roundup of Developer Avocados 🥑 CFPs, resources and articles. Curated by avocados, for avocados.

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    Mine is culturecrave.substack.com. In a nutshell, it's a mix of movies, marketing, and tips to growing social media accounts

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        Appreciate it big time man

  66. 1

    Semicolon&Sons - non-beginner programming advice (mostly videos) in the context of a profitable web app

  67. 1

    TryLivingWhile.black - Curating lesser known stories of undocumented racism so others can develop better-informed opinions about the Black Experience.

  68. 1

    Just launched thefuturefounder.com/newsletter
    A newsletter about modern brands, super fans, and founders. It’s free and weekly.

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    A weekly newsletter that curates dope products/Apps/SaaS/websites made by other indie hackers and founders that I showcase to my audience.

  70. 1

    https://app.mailbrew.com/Afritech/african-tech-news-y3DYVmwiapC0 - Daily email newsletter about the African Tech Industry from the best curated sources

  71. 1

    WiseGoat is a satirical take on startups and the tech world: https://wisegoat.substack.com/

  72. 1

    Docent — A newsletter for the art-curious


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    I've just recently started a weekly newsletter providing new ideas to try to improve yourself every week. https://everydaywins.substack.com/

  74. 1

    Your Weekly W(h)ine: because who couldn't use more wine and dog content in their Monday morning inboxes? :)


  75. 1

    🚀 queary.org/signup - 5 minutes summary of Q&A in the business world

    Topics on legal, growth, sales, finance...

    Hope I'm not too late to the party!

  76. 1

    Not Boring - If Bill Simmons and Ben Thompson Had a Baby

  77. 1

    Rooted in Science — A weekly 3-minute evidence-based guide to a holistic health topic

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    Hey all - my newsletter is geared towards practical and realistic business development :)

    About the Blog

    Join the Newsletter

  79. 1

    Ok now we need a newsletter and an airtable to digest this thread ;-)

  80. 1

    Just started remoteletter.com, a weekly newsletter to make WFH fun and keeps you motivating.

    1. 1

      Hello fellow remote life writer! I just subscribed - it seems we're on two sides of the same coin. You've got the individual side and I write about businesses. Hmmmmm

      1. 1

        Thank you for subscribing Stefan :)

  81. 1

    ContentUK.co - for ambitious content marketers 🤓

  82. 1

    The SEO Digest - all you need to know about the latest SEO news and the upcoming events.

  83. 1

    This Week's Worth💎 - A weekly extraction of fascinating things humans put on the Internet. For curious people in a hurry.

  84. 1

    Growwwth Guides - Bite sized stories on how awesome companies are growing their businesses.

  85. 1

    Pigeonhack.com - Quick bites of indie-community growth and marketing stories from makers like us.

  86. 1

    Remoteur - Remote jobs in Europe delivered to your inbox every other Tuesday

  87. 1

    The latest jobs in Data Science, Machine Learning and AI https://www.datayoshi.com/newsletter/create

  88. 1

    Album Daily - Discover music and re-visit timeless classics

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    Colors & Fonts Discover

    • A weekly newsletter discovering new resources and articles to supercharge your productivity, creativity and thoughts.
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    This is mine: Leveling Up is a newsletter for software developers. https://www.honeybadger.io/leveling-up/

  91. 1

    I make Dev Tips! umaar.com/dev-tips - It's a developer tip, in the form of a gif, in your inbox each week

  92. 1

    I'm writing a blog and offer it as a newsletter, does that count too? :D

    its on https://brunoraljic.com
    I'm writing about things that you can encounter while building a side product and trying to ship it. Started recently, there are still some topics from the past I would like to cover.

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      If people can sign up for it, then sure!

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        I've updated the reply above 👆

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    5 most common tactics great companies use to get their first customers. http://www.modus73.com/customers/5-most-common-tactics-get-first-customers/ modus73 - Researching the tactics and steps founders have used to build their companies. Here an article on the

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