Find Your Newsletter lists the best newsletters on the web, searchable and tagged by category. A newsletter submission is super fast and easy. You only need to specify the name of the newsletter, a link to your website, an image of your landing page, a logo and categories. Adding your name is optional. However, there is no guarantee that your newsletter will be listed and it might take a while. Find Your Newsletter was build by Jeff Doan, you can find him on Twitter or on his personal website.
Listory is a bit special compared to other newsletter directories. They claim to monitor more than 1000 newsletters, and then extract the most relevant, timely and credible stories. In the process, they do not rely on algorithms, but on human experts. Listory doesn't have a standard submission form, but you can reach out via email.
Newsletter Stack is another great newsletter directory. They claim to have the largest curated newsletter collection on the web. Indeed, they have a lot of newsletters listed. They even have a monthly newsletter about the best newsletters.
letterlist is a well curated newsletter directory that also lets you manage your newsletter subscriptions. letterlist covers newsletters of various topcis including business, design, marketing and news. Additionally they have a great collection of interviews. Last but not least, they publish a newsletter once or twice a week with 5000+ readers.
Discover by Revue is a high quality collection of categorized and reviewed newsletters. Every newsletter is tagged by category and searchable. Newsletter categories include news, social science, marketing, tech, innovation, design and more. The website has a high quality look and feel and every newsletter that is submitted is reviewed first.
Rad Letters is a simply but easy to use newsletter directory. As with other directories, every newsletter is tagged by category. In addition, Rad Letters has an excellent blog that is worth reading.
LetterDrop aims to be the ProductHunt for newsletters. As a reader, you can scroll through curated issues each day. Additionally, you'll get a daily email digest of the top 5 upvoted newsletters. You'll need to create an account to submit your own newsletter. LetterDrop accepts various newletters, click the guidelines link below to learn more
InboxReads by Keenen Charles is one of our favorites. It is a well designed newsletter directory with over 12000 monthly pageviews and a newsletter with more than 900 subscribers. InboxReads supports free-text search and tagging of newsletters. Newsletter category examples are Tech, Marketing, Science, Crypto, Jobs. To submit your newsletter, you just have to fill out a form. Additionally you could book an ad for your newsletter to grow your audience.
Thanks For Subscribing is another website that lists cool newsletters. It was made by the founder Frank Meeuwsen in Utrecht, Netherlands. All newsletters are tagged by category and searchable. Submitting your newsletter is super simple - you just need to fill out a form.
Newsletters.co was created by Nick Frost. There are currently 64 different categories for newsletters, including Work from Home, Travel, Fashion and Data. Additionally, all newsletters are searchable. Adding your newsletter is easy as pie. You only need to fill out an Airtable form.
As the name suggests, Discover Substacks lists Substack newsletters. The website has a refreshing design and is very user friendly. Another key difference to other newsletter directories is that you immediately see which newsletters are free and which are paid. For all paid newsletters, the price is listed. To suggest a Substack newsletter to be included on the website, you'll need to fill out a short form.
Pigeon Newsletter was made by Robert Bye in NYC using No Code. The website follows the pattern of most other newsletter directories and supports tagging and searching of newsletters. Special is that at Pigeon Newsletter focuses on upvotes. Therefore, you'll see the most upvoted newsletters first when you first open the website. Submitting a newsletter is also pretty standard. All you need to do is to submit a simple form.
Inbox Stash is another newsletter directory that reminds us of Product Hunt. Each newsletter can be upvoted. Besides the four main categories "Featured Newsletters", "Our Picks of the Week", "Popular Newsletters" and "Latest Newsletters", newsletters are also bundled via collections. A weekly email digest of resources for newsletter creators is provided as well. To sumbit your newsletter, you'll have to submit a form.
Newsletter Junkie is a directory that lists hand picked newsletters. You can search through the newsletters by category and filter by pricing and frequency. Submitting a newsletter requires you to submit a form with only 4 input fields. You need to submit your name, your email, URL and a description.
Mereku doesn't focus on newsletters directly, but on newsletter issues instead. The website lists a bunch of new, trending, hot or popular issues. Each issue can be upvoted. This might be a really interesting way to win new subscribers. There's also a weekly email digest. To submit a link to an issue, you have to create an account first.