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Newsletter directories – where to find and publish a newsletter

Adding your newsletter to newsletter directories is one of a few good ways to get in front of more readers. As long as it’s free to publish there, you should definitely add your newsletter to some if not all of them. We’ll share below the list of the directories that are available at the moment.

Newsletter directories list

Discovery by Revue

Revue is a newsletter creation tool. Other than that, they also have a directory to find and publish newsletters. There are 7 categories of newsletters (news, social science, marketing, tech, innovation, design, and media). There’s also a free search option.

To submit your newsletter, use this form. They are reviewing each submission, so it’s not certain that yours will be displayed there, but worth trying.

Find Your Newsletter

You can search and add a newsletter here based on the following categories: Development, Marketing, News, Parenting, Design, Product, Business, Music, DIY, Lifestyle, Tech, Creator, Travel, and Finance.

To submit fill out your newsletter name and category here.


You can search newsletters here based on categories, or by the trending a new ones. This website receives 12,000 pageviews a month and their newsletter has 900+ subscribers.

Categories include the following: ๐Ÿ“ฑ Tech ๐Ÿ“ฃ Marketing ๐Ÿ›ซ Travel ๐Ÿœ Food โšฝ Sports ๐Ÿš€ Startups ๐Ÿ’ป Dev ๐Ÿ”ฌ Science ๐Ÿ๏ธ Remote Work ๐ŸŽจ Design ๐Ÿ’ฐ Crypto ๐Ÿ› Politics ๐Ÿ’— Health ๐ŸŽต Music ๐ŸŽฎ Gaming ๐Ÿ’ผ Jobs ๐Ÿ’ช Productivity

Submit your newsletter here.

Inbox Stash

Inbox Stash is a newsletter directory by Newsletter Crew,ย a podcast, blog, and community focused on helping people become a successful newsletter creators.

There are many categories here (AR/VR, Artificial Intelligence, Arts, Blockchain & Cryptocurrency, Books, Bots, Business, Careers, Coding, Culture, Data, Design, Education, Entertainment, Entrepreneurship, Fashion, Finance, Fintech, Food & Drink, Games, General, Health & Fitness, Healthcare, Hiring, History, Investment, Jobs, Lifestyle, Marketing, Media, Music, News, No Code, Personal Development, Personal Finance, Philosophy, Photography, Podcasting, Podcasts, Politics, Product Development, Productivity, Psychology, Real Estate, Remote Work, Sales
Science, Social Impact, Social Media, Sports, Startups, Technology, Travel, UI/UX, Writing).

Fill out this form to submit your newsletter. You can pick up to 3 categories to feature your newsletter.


Letterlist curates a collection of newsletters for readers to subscribe to. Business, Curious, Design, Lifestyle, Marketing, Mind, News, Photography, Science, Tech, Travel, and VC.

Submit your newsletter here.


Merekuย (pronounced โ€˜may-ray-kuโ€™)ย is a discovery platform for quality newsletters. Readers can upvote the newsletters like in Product Hunt.

To share your newsletter you first need to register. Then you can fill out the submission form here.

Categories include: Business, Culture, Design, Investing, Lifestyle, Marketing, Personal Growth, Productivity, Startups, Technology, Work, Venture Capital, and Writing.

Newsletter Junkie

Newsletter Junkie is a hand picked directory of the best newsletters.

Categories: Art, Business, Cooking, Creativity, Design, Education, Facts, Food, Health, Ideas, Life, Lifestyle, Marketing, News, Personal Growth, Sports, Technology, Wealth, Work.

There’s a pop up on their website if you’d like to submit your newsletter. is a space to discover newsletters and gain subscribers. It’s an alpha version, so updates may come out soon.

Add your newsletter here.


NewsletterStack claims to have the largest curated collection of newsletters on the web.

Categories include:

Africa Tech African-American Voices Art Artificial Intelligence Asia Tech Biographies and Profiles Blockchain & Crypto Books Brand Business Strategy COVID-19 Career Development China News Climate Change Community Creativity Data Science Design Diversity E-commerce Enterprise Entrepreneurship Europe Tech Financial News Food Future of Cities Futurism Gaming Gen-Z General News Healthcare History India Tech Internet Roundup Job Newsletters Latin America Tech Lifestyle Marketing Media Mental Health Music No-code Personal Development Personal Finance Philosophy Podcasts Politics Pop Culture Product Productivity Programming Psychology Real Estate Remote Work Silicon Valley Society Space Sports Technology The Internet Thought-provoking Venture Capital Wellness Women Women in Tech Writing.

You can also follow there a curator list of newsletters rather than pick a topic.

To submit your newsletter fill out this form.

Rad Letters

Rad Letters is a directory of newsletters for those interested in science, tech, innovation, productivity, business, entrepreneurship, marketing, design, and more.

Add your newsletter here.

Stack Hunt

Stack Hunt is a curated list of independent newsletters. It currently holds around 148 newsletters.

You can’t really search by a category, but you can download the list in a CSV format, and it might be easier to go over.

You can add your newsletter here.


StackLetter is not live yet, but you can still add your newsletter here if you’d like to have it displayed once they go live.

Stoop Inbox

Stoop Inbox is a newsletter app. It helps you discover, subscribe, and consume great content all in one place.

Submit your newsletter here.

Stoop newsletter directory app

Thanks for Subscribing

Find the best newsletters for your taste with Thanks For Subscribing’s directory.

Categories include: Business, Comedy, Culture, Curious, Design, Fashion, Food, Future, Health, Insights, Links, Marketing, Media, Music, News, Parenting, Politics, Productivity, Society, Sport, Startup, Strategy, Tech,, Travel, and Web.

Add your newsletter here.


Upstart is a bit different than the rest. It helps you find sponsors for your newsletter.

Add your newsletter for sponsors to find you here.

Conclusion – newsletter directories

There are many newsletter directories out there. Some of them might get you new potential subscribers. It’s free to add your newsletter to those directories, so there is no downside to doing so.

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