Noted Updates March 2023 - 200 Articles! πŸŽ‰

I have some new and exciting things to share with you all. Oh! And we hit 200 articles!

Noted Updates March 2023 - 200 Articles! πŸŽ‰

I feel rather ecstatic about updating you all on the recent happenings at Noted. It's with great pleasure that I can announce to you that we've achieved a monumental feat. We have over 200 articles on Noted! πŸŽ‰ Wow! I must say, it's been an incredible journey, and the warm reception from our readers has been such a motivator for us to keep pushing to provide more valuable content. And when I say us, I mean me mostly but there are some amazing people who contribute to Noted too!

Our traffic and user engagement this year has been off the charts, and we have all of you to thank for that. You've made all the hard work worth it for us.

While you might think most of our traffic comes from Reddit, actually, Google crosses the finish line by a nose! πŸ‘ƒ

In addition, the Noted Discord community has grown to 1200-plus members, and I couldn't be happier about the connections, camaraderie and idea sharing happening there. I am so excited about the growing interactions.

I also have some new and exciting additions to Noted, which I hope you'll all love. I have started a new category named β€œProduct Spotlight,” which delves into the review of distinctive new products related to the industry. I'd also like to introduce you to the β€œLinux Basics” category where I explain, in layman terms, some fundamental Linux related tools and commands you may find useful.

But, wait, there's more! I would like to inform you that I have commenced a new interview series where I showcase the individual journeys of developers, get insights into their innovative projects and hear their unique perspectives on the industry. The first participant is someone who has developed a very popular app that most of you know well. I am thrilled about this new addition, and can’t wait to share the first interview coming soon!

As always, I appreciate your readership and support. I am grateful for your participation in the weekly Self-Hosted Roundup posts on Reddit, which has become an essential aspect of the Noted community. I am continually striving to provide you with value driven content and look forward to sharing more updates on the progress with you.

Thank you for being a part of Noted.