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Quincy Larson

Founder, freeCodeCamp

You can start a blog in just a few seconds using @hashnode and then you can move that to your own domain if you get one later. They will even help distribute your articles on their platform. By far the best place to create a blog in 2020, imho.

James Tucker

Software engineer, soonastudios

Moved my blog over to @hashnode today. Why?
✅ It's free ✅ You own your content ✅ You have an existing community to share your content with ✅ The founders seem to be eager to help you succeed as a creator.

Danny Steenman

AWS Cloud Consultant

I’ve decided to make a huge leap and migrate my blog to @hashnode ! I’m really impressed with what they’ve accomplished in this short amount of time! 🎉🎉🎉

I’m happy to join this community and I can’t wait to share more of my learnings on AWS with you!

Catalin Pit

AWS Community Builder and Writer

The thing that attracts me the most to Hashnode is that it combines both worlds of a dynamic blog like a WordPress blog and a static site like a Gatsby blog.

It has more features than a static blog, but it is less-bloated than a WordPress blog.

Victoria Lo

Web/Software Developer & Writer

100 days ago, I published my first blog post on a new and unfamiliar platform called Hashnode. Today, publishing articles on Hashnode is a routine, a hobby, a great joy.

Uduak Obong-Eren

Software Engineer, & Open Source Enthusiast

I am super stoked to share that my #tech blog on @hashnode has crossed ✨58000+✨ page views in less than 48 hours.

Great content + an amazing platform = Winning combo! Thanks to the team at Hashnode 🙌 for building such a great platform.

What? 👀

Hashnode is a free content creation platform and community that allows you to publish articles on your own domain and helps you stay connected with a growing developer community.

Why? 😍

This gives you a huge advantage: Google and other search engines send traffic directly to your domain, and Hashnode community members discover your articles on their feed.

Key benefits of blogging with Hashnode

Blog on your personal domain

Map your custom domain in just seconds via our free CNAME pointing feature. Serve your blog over HTTPS with no extra configuration.

Get a high performance, secure, and fully-optimized blog that delights your readers.

Instantly find your audience

Every time you write an article, Hashnode publishes it on your domain and shares it with the community members on the homepage. The readers are directed to your website to read and interact with your content.

No annoying pop-ups and ads on your articles

Knowledge sharing on Hashnode is and will always be completely free.

Because we value the relationship between you and your readers, we won’t show ads or pop-ups on your articles.

Every blog on Hashnode comes with

Automatic GitHub Backup

Write in Markdown

AMP Support

Edge Caching with SSL

Own your data

HTTPS by default

Add your personality

Free in-built newsletter service

Exclusive access to our discord server

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