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No-noise article reader. Artykul gives you a social media-style feed of articles, but only from sources you're subscribed to, and with no algorithm deciding what you see.
Massive database of places to get published. This site lets you browse over 4,000 places for writers to get their content out and over 1,100 places for artists. Many of them offer payments or prizes, so you can earn as well as getting validation for your work.
Privacy-focused social blogging. Some of Pillowfort's features are so useful and so obvious that it'll make you wonder why all other platforms don't have them... until you realise that features like blacklisting certain terms so that you don't see content you don't want conflicts with social algorithms. Are privacy-first platforms like this the future?
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Learn to create a successful online business through case studies and stories from successful founders. Whether you want to build niche sites, SaaS or an agency, Founder Club has great examples of success.
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