Each month, Letterlist adds hundreds thousands of new subscribers across our newsletter collection. These are the most popular…
Updated 1st Jun 2019.
Most popular newsletter subscriptions for May 2019
545 users subscribed to a total of 2548 newsletters.
(Mean 4.7 newsletters per person, Median 3).
The 5 most popular newsletters in May:
Barking up the wrong tree (148 new subscribers)
Ann Friedman Weekly (140 new subscribers)
Fewer Better Things (130 new subscribers)
Living Beautifully (114 new subscribers)
What the fuck just happened today (111 new subscribers)
Most popular newsletter subscriptions for April 2019
171 users subscribed to a total of 986 newsletters.
(Mean 5.8 newsletters per person, Median 3).
The 5 most popular newsletters in April:
Recomendo (52 new subscribers)
Creative Caffeine (49 new subscribers)
Atlas Obscura (47 new subscribers)
Hacker Newsletter (44 new subscribers)
The Message (42 new subscribers)
Most popular newsletter subscriptions for March 2019
236 users subscribed to a total of 1019 newsletters.
(Mean 4.3 newsletters per person, Median 3).
The 5 most popular newsletters in March:
Creative Caffeine (78 new subscribers)
Swiss Miss (65 new subscribers)
Ann Friedman Weekly (63 new subscribers)
Jocelyn Glei (60 new subscribers)
Fewer Better Things (55 new subscribers)
Note I acknowledge that creating this kind of top-list can create a filter bubble. People subscribe to the top-ranked newsletters because they’re popular, which perpetuates their popularity in a virtuous cycle. But for those below the threshold, it’s a vicious cycle. To help combat this ‘popularity’ filter, Letterlist is all about sharing great newsletters from emerging publishers and under-rated indie publishers. Rather than perpetuate elitism, we believe that newsletters can democratise publishing. That’s the real purpose of what we’re doing here.