🎉A curated list of awesome newsletters for indiehackers or people interested in side projects, product, design and growth marketing.
Inspired by Indie Hackers - What are the best newsletters you're subscribed to?(opens new window)
- Trends.vc(opens new window) - Helping founders discover new markets and ideas
- Software Ideas(opens new window) - Hand-picked, validated SaaS ideas delivered straight to your inbox, with analysis of tens of thousands of companies, finding niches where bootstrappers can compete & win.
- The Looking Glass(opens new window) - A once-every-three-week essay about the work of building products, teams, and ourselves.
- No Code(opens new window) - Curated newsletter, featuring the latest free tools, resources, discount codes and reading lists for non-tech entrepreneurs.
- Dense Discovery(opens new window) - A weekly newsletter helping you be productive, feel inspired, and think critically.
- Blogging For Devs(opens new window) - Learn to grow your blog as a developer without an existing audience, get the free email course and newsletter for developers, makers, managers, and technical founders growing their reach through blogging.
- The Sunday Dispatches(opens new window) - A weekly newsletter about working and living online by Paul Jarvis, he shares insights on running internet businesses and questions the traditional idea of growth.
- Trends(opens new window) - Understand upcoming market trends, receive our premium weekly report, access our database of research, and network with the smartest people we know.
- A Cup of Copy(opens new window) - Thoughts on all things copywriting and freelancing shared every other Wednesday by Kaleigh Moore.
- The Startup(opens new window) - Summarising: 📚 + 💭 + 🧠 about entrepreneurship, startups and life.
- Justin's Newsletter(opens new window) - Every Saturday morning I send an email to my list. I talk about bootstrapping, making stuff with computers, and earning a living on the internet.
- Lenny's Newsletter(opens new window) - A weekly advice column about product, growth, working with humans, and anything else that's stressing you out at the office.
- Zero to Marketing(opens new window) - Learn marketing from case studies, Every Monday I pick a new online business and write a 5-minute read case study with actionable tips on how I'd grow it.
- Digital Assets(opens new window) - Newsletter about teaching you how to create wealth through online businesses.
- Indie Letters(opens new window) - Bi-weekly briefing of marketing knowledge, tools & learning resources for solopreneurs, and makers.
- Inside Digital Products(opens new window) - Best Practices, Lessons Learned and Reflections about what makes a great Digital Product.
- Toolbox Weekly(opens new window) - Stash of cool tools every week handpicked to make online life of designers, developers, & creators - easy, productive, and profitable!
- Remote Weekly(opens new window) - The Remote Weekly goes out every Wednesday and brings to you original content, product tips and latest stories around remote working.
- Codrops Collective(opens new window) - The Collective features the latest news and resources from the web design & web development community shared weekly.
- Verse Journal(opens new window) - A collection of articles and resources for designers. Weekly articles and 5 inspiration links written by Nguyen Le.
- Case Study Club(opens new window) - A weekly curation of the best UX case studies sent by Jan Haaland.
- Solo(opens new window) - A freelance business masterclass for independent designers and creatives ready for the future of work, published weekly by Benek Lisefski.
- Sidebar(opens new window) - A daily curation of the five best design links on the internet. Curated by Sacha Greif.
- Awesome Hunt(opens new window) - Amazing content weekly - Curated collection of NOCODE, SAAS TOOLS, Top product hunts & much more.
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