My Favorite Tech and Creator Newsletters

I don’t like the social platform algorithms that decide what ends up in my feed.

That’s why for my content consumption I want tools that, instead of filtering, deliver all the content only from all the sources I want. My information hub is an RSS feed reader, Feedly. In addition, since before starting my own email newsletter Practicing Google, I have been subscribing to a growing number of newsletters on a variety of topics. From technology and software development, to content creation and publishing.

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The week in newsletters, a newsletter I subscribe to.

Here are the newsletters I subscribe to. I prefer niche, obscure, or unique sources, so I hope this list will help you discover valuable content that’s not mainstream.

  • Android Intelligence: Practical tips, personal recommendations, and perspective on Android news.
  • Better Sheets: Tutorials, tips, and examples to use Google Sheets better.
  • Blogging for Devs: Tips, content ideas, and relevant news about growing technical blogs.
  • Creator Tools Weekly: Apps or tools to help create, publish or sell content.
  • David Gaughran's newsletter: Book marketing tips by indie writer David Gaughran.
  • Draft Mode: Tools and tips to help you improve, promote and publish your writing.
  • Growth Bites (Indie Hackers): Bite-sized product growth tactics for indie creators and makers.
  • InboxReads: A weekly roundup of interesting newsletters.
  • NoCode: No-code tools, resources, and reading lists for non-tech entrepreneurs.
  • Not A Newsletter: A guide to sending better emails and newsletters with a focus on news organizations.
  • Notes From Courtland: Thoughts and announcements by Indie Hackers co-founder Courtland Allen.
  • PyCoder’s Weekly: The best roundup of Python news, articles, tutorials, development projects, and code.
  • TestingCatalog: News and updates on Beta and unreleased Android apps.
  • The Rocket Report (see the archive): News and updates on the rocket launch industry.
  • The Slice: Emerging SaaS, podcasts, and actionable resources for founders and makers.
  • The week in newsletters: A newsletter about creating, publishing, growing, and monetizing newsletters.
  • Write The Docs Community Newsletter: Discussions and updates on creating software documentation.

What are your favorite newsletters?

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