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Blogging for Devs

Grow your blog as a developer without an existing audience

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  • 5 Tools I add to every new web project for SEO and analytics
    My adoption of Google Search Console come from what I learned taking Monica Lent's Blogging for Devs course. - Source: / almost 2 years ago
  • 2021 in review: my second year of blogging
    I joined the Blogging for Devs community towards the end of 2020. Unfortunately I haven’t been too active in the last half-year, but I would highly recommend it for anyone with a blog, or for anyone looking to start a blog in 2022. I’ve picked up a lot of useful SEO tips that I’ve implemented on my site, and I’ve gotten into the habit of making SEO tweaks to older posts to boost their page views as well. - Source: / over 2 years ago
  • Courses/Feedback for Technical Blog Posts?
    I’m a big fan of the Blogging for Devs newsletter: Source: almost 3 years ago
  • This survey among 60+ hiring managers reveals: Don't waste your time on a (React) portfolio website
    If you want to take a deep dive into blogging as a developer I can highly recommend this free course to get started. - Source: / almost 3 years ago
  • Developer Communities Every Developer should Join According to your niche.
    Blogging for Devs It is a private community for developers, freelancers and tech creators growing their audience through writing online. The only thing is that it's not free, you need to pay a fee to be a part of it. - Source: / almost 3 years ago
  • How to Get Your First Job in Developer Relations
    Blogging for Devs is both a free email course and a paid community. Whether you’re just starting out, trying to revive an existing blog, or want to get past a plateau, this course and newsletter is going to help. - Source: / about 3 years ago
  • Public talking is liberating, check out some of my talks
    A-P also found me through the Blogging for devs community and reached out to talk about a Peers. - Source: / about 3 years ago
  • How to Overcome 3 Common Roadblocks When Starting a Developer Blog
    Subscribe to the Blogging for Devs 7-day email course and newsletter. - Source: / about 3 years ago
  • Why I joined the "Blogging for Devs" course
    I have seen plenty of recommendations for the "Blogging for Devs" course by @monicalent. Still, the primary reason why I joined is that I wanted to share my knowledge. I think that sharing knowledge is an important part not only for communities but also for personal growth; and why is that? It is because when you want to explain something to others, you need to dig deeper. A lot deeper. To understand some topics,... - Source: / over 3 years ago

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