Absolutely! Publishing on HackerNoon is free and will always be for writers. You don't need to be a professional writer who does it for living, just someone with an interesting tech story to tell. Plus, everyone benefits from having their work documented someplace on the interwebs, especially if that place has great distribution and reputation like HackerNoon.
The caveat here is not all submitted stories are published - an editor will look into it and make changes if needed. See more here.
Sipho Chakhala from LinkedIn
Have not publishing an article for 3 months. My recent one was published a day ago and I was sent an email informing me that the editorial team liked it so much they put it on the homepage for a few hours. Nice. The article is about the Central African Republic government and their Web3 innovation and ambition. Here is a link to it: https://hackernoon.com/the-sango-project-the-web3-hope-of-central-africa
Lonzo from Twitter
quick thread on useful sites to learn Web3 developement. 1. Hackernoon - a comprehensive guide to everything blockchain and Web3.
Sujin Keen from Twitter
My article about </community design> was ranked TOP 10 at @hackernoon . I'm so impressed by seamless creator journey that hackernoon team has made!
Zen Chan from Twitter
Wow~ Trending no.1!? #cybersecurity #privacy #applehttps://lnkd.in/gwFBsTFz Do you find the #iOS #Facebook #app and #instagram app slow? Yes, it is because it does much more than what they display. Felix Krause, a former Google engineer who studies privacy, said in a blog post on the 10th that Facebook and Instagram apps track users' browsing behavior on third-party websites without consent. Thanks HackerNoon and all hackers!
Dawood khan Masood from Twitter
Thank you, @hackernoon, for always being a great platform to post my work on. I benefitted greatly from reading and writing, not to mention all of the financial compensation you've given to freelancers all over the world. Cheers to many more years of growth and collaboration!
Karen Shidlo from LinkedIn
25K views of my article 😲 WHAT?! Stay tuned as HackerNoon interviewed me for their Meet The Writers series! Crazy.https://lnkd.in/efkqidKv
Nathan Thomas from Twitter
That's awesome! I love the new stats feature on @hackernoon. To everyone who's read one of my articles, I hope you enjoyed it.
Niko Vijayaratnam from Twitter
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