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I've been writing a Substack called Personality Disorder for about 18 months. Many have lamented that the writing evidences symptoms of a severe personality disorder.

https://brianhoward.substack.com/

Thank you! :O)

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I just started a few weeks ago, but my goal for this newsletter is to cover all things personal finance in connection with the corresponding National Awareness Month. My Substack is called Compassionomics--finance with a compassionate twist. :)

https://compassionateconsulting.substack.com

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I am new to this so I think I might try this recommend others to get more subscribers.

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https://sportssquare.susbstack.com. It's a sports newsletter. We talk about every single sport.

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Thanks do much for including me Kristina :)

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I'm still trying to figure this out as well, even though I have written twice per week for the last three years...

https://mattspivey.substack.com/

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I agree, I am hanging on your every word.... as a news Substacker I'd so appreciate a shot!

https://bykatharinegallagher@substack.com

Thank you 🙏

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Hi Kristina, thank you so much for the insightful article! I'm still brand new on substack, so I couldn't yet fully understand the power of recommendations. I would love to try it out, here is my link: https://esgwisdom.substack.com/

I would be over the moon if you could add me as a recommendation!

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Thank you SO MUCH for this! I started my Substack in Oct 2023 and absolutely LOVE this writing space! It would be super cool if you would check out my writings at https://benivialee.substack.com and let me know your thoughts! I appreciate any feedback you may have. THANK YOU again, Kristina, for the much-needed tips!

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So good, Kristina!

I have a Substack called Highways to Zion where my goal is to write about things related to faith, Biblical themes, a bit of ancient history, poetry, some theology and literary analysis. You can find it here: https://kalebamos.substack.com/

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Hi Kristina, thank you—this is so helpful! I write about pop culture, relationships, human connection and (of course) writing itself! If you ever feel like you want to read/recommend, this is my newsletter: https://writeherewithyou.substack.com ❤️

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Thanks for this and I'll add you onto my Recommendations list! I read your work often and would love to collaborate more here on Substack. I teach solo entrepreneurs quick (easy) ways to do market research that guides their product development, messaging, selling channels, etc. Thanks!

https://www.theideacompass.com/

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Well Kristina, seems like you have LOTS of newsletters to go through and see if they speak to you! I'll go ahead and give you one more. My Substack is "More to the Story" - https://blakeroberts.substack.com/

I'm a therapist and write at the intersection of mental health, creativity, and fatherhood. I'm soon releasing a collaboration series with some great writers on Substack about vulnerability + creativity. It's my first collab series and I'm very excited/nervous about releasing it but your posts give me encouragement.

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I realise I am a bit late to this party. A great read and it is great timing. I have a small new stack of 70 subscribers. Today I looked at my stats and realised I have generated over 30 subscriptions for other writers through recommendations. But I am yet to receive any subscriptions through others’ recommendations.

So here is my link it you are still recommending from this post.

Maybe this could be my first one?

https://open.substack.com/pub/notesfromcatriona?r=fydqj&utm_medium=ios

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Thanks for this info! My substack is sharetheload.substack.com.

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If you are a writer or podcaster on Substack, or even just thinking about becoming one, here is a series packed with excellent information on getting started and also going to the next level.

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