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Which product management newsletter should I subscribe to?

With so much information out there, it’s hard to stay up to date and not get overwhelmed. Today I share the product management newsletter and blogs that I subscribe to. Even with this list, I’m sometimes struggling to keep up to date. If you have any better recommendations, please post them in the comments below!

1. Product Management Festival newsletter

Every 2 weeks, the PMF Brainfood newsletter summarizes the most important articles about product management on the internet. They also keep track of the most interesting articles from the past newsletter, in case you want to process your to-read backlog faster.

PMF is also the author of the Product Management trends and benchmarks report, discussing (among others) salaries and job satisfaction.

A preview of the PMF Product Management Newsletter
A preview of the PMF Product Management Newsletter

2. Product Led Alliance newsletter

Every month, PLA sends out a newsletter with events, articles and interviews and reports. On multiple occasions I joined their online sessions which allowed me to grow my product management network.

The PLA newsletter comes with some articles, but more often they share events you can attend (freely)
The PLA newsletter comes with some articles, but more often they share events you can attend (freely)

3. Lenny’s newsletter

Lenny’s newsletter is paid, but offers a free article every month. Lenny Rachitsky is a former product manager who’s now making use of his extensive network to invite guest writes for very extensive posts. Topics go broader than just PM, but are incredibly interesting. Going from market validation, hiring PMs to how the PM for Facebook Marketplace made it a success.

A free edition article of Lenny's newsletter
A free edition article of Lenny’s newsletter
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