Blogging for Devs Pro

Join the community for devs who blog.

Become part of the private community for developers, indie hackers, freelancers, and tech creators growing their audience through writing online.

"Joining this community has been one of the best investments I've made for my business." — Andrea Bizzotto, Course Creator

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Blogging for Devs Pro Community

What members are saying

From improving as a writer and blogger, learning SEO, finding partnerships, and making friends.

Josh Comeau
Josh Comeau

I highly recommend the BFD community. Some amazing devs + bloggers hang out there, and I learn a ton every time I swing by.

Alyssa Holland
Alyssa Holland

Everyone in the community is very welcoming and supportive!

Plus, having access to the community resources that help me grow as a blogger has been priceless so far.

Chris Bongers
Chris Bongers

I’ve been a starting member for the @bloggingfordevs community.

Not only did it help me become a better blogger, I’ve made genuine friends and even got some partnerships through the course.

Andrea Bizzotto
Andrea Bizzotto

If there is one person who helped me make 100s if not 1000s of extra $$ in sales, that is @monicalent!

Her advice and feedback about marketing, landing pages, SEO & much more had a huge impact on my site.

Getting a @bloggingfordevs Pro membership has paid off many times over!

Abraham Orenalles
Abraham Orenalles

Blogging for Devs by @monicalent is the benchmark I measure other communities by.

Great content, deals, sub-groups for different interests, weekly emails to keep up with all the action...

Easily the most well run community I'm a part of.

Bhanu Teja
Bhanu Teja

BFD Community is awesome.

Although, I am just passively lurking, I gain so much value out of it. Thanks for building this community 🙏

Michael Lynch
Michael Lynch

If you're a developer who blogs (or wants to start), the community is a great place to get feedback on your writing and learn from other writers.

I've gotten a ton out of the community, and I'm continually impressed at what @monicalent has built.

Sean Connolly
Sean Connolly

Since joining @bloggingfordevs in November:

🎨 Rebranded my blog
📈 Went from 0-4 visits/day to 20-40
💰 Made $700 from blogging
👨🏻‍🎓 Met many great people and learned a ton

That's just in less than 2 months. Looking forward to what 2021 brings.

Rachel Leggett
Rachel Leggett

I'm a member of this community and I love it! Definitely check out the website to see if it might be a fit for you!

Why we're here

When I started blogging actively in 2016, the thing that changed the game for me, and really helped me grow, wasn’t a course or a tool.

It was community.

Communities helped me learn to build successful blogs, finally understand SEO, and connect with experts who could give me a leg up.

I’ve got no doubt I would be years behind (or even given up) reaching my one million reader milestone without them.

That’s why I wanted to create a similar space specifically for developers.

Our mission is to be a supportive place for developers like you to learn and help others to build an audience, attract opportunities, and grow your projects through blogging and creating online.

And, most importantly, to do this in a way that’s authentic and genuinely helpful to others.

Blogging and growing an audience is so much harder in isolation.

That’s why we’re here!

Monica Lent
Monica Lent
Founder Newsletter & Community
Blogging for Devs Pro Community

What's included in your membership

When you join us today

  • Private community of 350 devs, bloggers, creators, and makers
  • Video Vault with recordings of all past events and workshops
  • Screencasts and case studies of successful websites
  • Online Workshops on writing, content strategy, and SEO
  • Expert AMAs with technical bloggers and creators in tech
  • Self-paced Courses on SEO and writing for a tech audience
  • Seasonal cohorts to help you reach your next milestone
  • Feedback groups for help iterating on drafts
  • Member deals and discounts for apps and relevant resources

A peek inside the Video Vault

100% included in your Blogging for Devs membership (no extra cost)


Screencast Series

Learn from short, focused screencasts on topics like Twitter, newsletters, analytics, and SEO from a tech perspective.


Masterclass Bundle

Get access to the 2-part masterclass bundle: On-site SEO for Developers and Craft Your Content Plan ($199 value).


Video Courses

Access all videos from SEO for Devs and Michael Lynch's Hit the Front Page of Hacker News (normally $59).

Unlock the expert AMA vault

Get a behind-the-scenes look at how creators and developers like these do what they do.

Dave Ceddia

Dave Ceddia

Creator of Pure React and instructor

Eve Porcello

Eve Porcello

Instructor at Moon Highway, Author of O'Reilly's Learning React

Marko Saric

Marko Saric

Marketing at Plausible Analytics

Marie Poulin

Marie Poulin

Founder of Notion Mastery

Josh Comeau

Josh Comeau

Creator of CSS for JS Developers

Stephanie Morillo

Stephanie Morillo

DevRel Content Strategist, formerly Digital Ocean and GitHub

Steph Smith

Steph Smith

Head of and Director of Marketing at Hubspot

Tyler McGinnis

Tyler McGinnis

Founder of, Creator of Udacity's React Nanodegree

Martin Splitt

Martin Splitt

Developer Advocate at Google Search

Is this community a fit for you, too?

The Blogging for Devs Community isn't for everyone, and that's totally okay. Here's how to tell if it's for you:

You'll love it here if:

  • You're a developer, technical content creator, or indie hacker who wants to grow your audience and visibility by writing online.
  • You're a beginner at blogging and want to start the right way, and get advice specific to your goals and situation.
  • Or, you've already seen success creating online, but want to level up and strategize with people who have similar ambitions.
  • You're an action-taker with a positive attitude, who will implement feedback you receive and put in the work!

We won't jive if you are:

  • Looking for a "silver bullet" or quick solution, and aren't willing to dedicate time and effort to your blog and writing.
  • Looking for an easy place to drop a link, self-promote, or sell something to other members.
  • Are not willing to "pay it forward" and give other people feedback and advice, while expecting it for your own posts and projects.
  • Don't really care if people read your writing! That's totally fine, it just means you're probably not a great fit.

Become a member today

Join over 350 developers working together to create quality, consistent, and impactful content online.

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Blogging for Devs Community!
  • Private community of 350+ developers you can learn from and collaborate with.

  • Get feedback on your articles, blog, newsletter, content, or distribution plan.

  • Join live AMAs & cohort events with experts and creators in tech you already follow.

  • Access to the Video Vault containing video screencasts and past events (all captioned).

  • Course and Workshop access worth over $250 when accessed separately.

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A question about implementation details? I'm here for ya.

First off, I hope you're not discounting yourself! While our community and members content is oriented for developers, we do have members who code second to their main occupation: product managers, marketers, and analytics consultants. To get the most out of the content and discussions, you should have a technical background or be in the process of learning.
Definitely! Apart from purely technical articles, a lot of our members blog about other topics: the product they're building (Apps, ebooks, courses, etc), product and engineering management, user experience design, and topics generally interesting to a tech-savvy audience. The key is you should either be technical yourself, or want to reach people working in tech with your blog.
Sure, a blog can be a great way to bring people to your email list, YouTube channel, or another social profile. The important thing is that you're willing to dedicate time to making your blog work and complement what you're already doing.
Absolutely. A bunch of our members had their company pay for or reimburse their membership, and we can provide you with a tax-friendly invoice.
No, there's no trial or monthly plan. Communities work best when they've got consistent, committed members who can mutually invest in each other. Blogging in particular is a long game, and takes continuous work to grow. As such, we're looking for members who're serious about taking that step together!
Just write to within 14 days of signing up, and I'll be happy to refund you, no questions asked.

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We'd love for you to join us

Look, you and I both know that blogging on top of work and just existing in this day and age is hard enough.

And no one can do the writing for you.

But we can create a place that helps you make sure whatever you publish is as impactful as possible.

So let’s do this together!

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