December 9, 2023
What is the best way to go from 0 to 1
By Nevo David
December 2, 2023
2 people doing the impossible!
November 25, 2023
GitHub is very different from other channels, because you lose most of the attribution while using it. But there are some tricks.
November 18, 2023
Here is how we did it
November 4, 2023
Is 2,000 people newsletter stronger than 300,000?
October 28, 2023
Make yourself look bigger and attract more clients
October 21, 2023
I built a small monitoring tool
October 14, 2023
Growth-hacks for getting started
October 7, 2023
We become the most popular library of the month
September 30, 2023
an accident that leads to growth
September 23, 2023
The things I use in my day-to-day
September 16, 2023
Learn how to get people to write for you and expand to different markets
September 9, 2023
Where should you post to?
September 2, 2023
How to bring an outsider to write for you
August 26, 2023
And you should start preparing for it now
August 19, 2023
How to make people click on your stuff
August 12, 2023
Learn how to bring more contributors to your library from other libraries
August 5, 2023
5k users in 10 days
July 29, 2023
July 17, 2023
Linkedin / Email outreach
July 7, 2023
Why in the world a developer be influenced by anything to buy something? (emotional purchase).
June 28, 2023
I have seen some newsletters sending emails like "#56 subject, subject, subject", and I am honestly amazed it didn't go to my dull folder.
I would like to talk about the call to action (CTA) and the importance of it.
I got some tips that might help you out! You can start implementing them immediately after this post.
If you already have some content published on your blog, nothing stops you from posting (NOW) on other platforms.
Sometimes you have to see other people make mistakes to see yours. My mind was pretty simple. So I made open-source community stuff outside of the community.
We created some products that do not strictly go with our core product. Let me review some of them here, which might give you some ideas.
Let's face it. You need a person that is, on the one hand, technical and, on the other hand, a good content writer.
Hacktoberfest is one of the most significant open-source events annually during October and is run by Digital Ocean.
Tech influencers are a great way to grab a lot of attention.
It doesn't matter how good your marketing is or how many people promote you; in the end, all visitors go to your GitHub page - in traditional marketing, we can call it a landing page or a sales page.
Over my time at Novu, I have perfected my content writing skills and reached the top of the trending feed on DEV.to every week.
Stars are a great metric, but they must be accurate. You don't want to get stars from people not in your target audience. Here is a neat trick to get five stars every day, but we must start with the fundamentals.
Contributors are the core of every good GitHub library.