This week we feature StatusGator, Signature Email, PageMarker, Newsletter Glue and DesignTack
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ISSUE #012 | View in browser


From the curator👨‍💻

Yo, Nic here and welcome to Issue #012 of The Slice! ✌️

A few weeks ago, I was invited on to the Newsletter Crew podcast where Yaro and myself had a great discussion together. If your interested in knowing how I operate and how I make The Slice, definitely check it out below.

Seeing that I recently joined the private community over at IndieStack, I thought why not showcase some highlights of what the makers are building over there, so all features in today's issue are made by the Ladies and Gents over at the IndieStack community. 

But before we get into this week's issue, just a little reminder👇

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This week's catches🎣
Here are some SaaS products, apps and extensions that I discovered this week.


Landing Page
SatusGator monitors the page statuses of more than 870 cloud services and notifies you when a component or region is down.

Signature Email

landing page
Signature Email is a powerful visual drag and drop editor for email signatures paired with the easiest way to maintain consistency for your whole team.


PageMarker helps you organize your bookmarks, add notes, find them faster, and remembers links that you saved, so you can view them later.

Newsletter Glue 

landing page
Newsletter Glue is a wordpress plugin that allows you to send your blog posts to your subscribers, without ever having to leave WordPress.


design tack
Designtack is an online tool that helps you make social media content in bulk for all platforms from a single design that is totally customizable.


My picks of dope newsletters and communities for this week.
The WP Weekly - is a newsletter for WordPress Professionals to discover the latest tips, plugins, guides and get better at creating websites using the WordPress platform.

VimTricks - is an email newsletter created by two passionate Vim users that publish Vim tricks, tips, and helpful hints twice a week.

IndieStack - A Private Community for Digital Makers, Bootstrappers, Indie Founders, and Solopreneurs. For transparency, this is paywalled community, and all features on today's issue of The Slice are members of the IndieStack Community.

Podcast of the week🎙️

I listen to a lot of podcasts, and I choose one or two with the most value for my audience.
I was recently on the Newsletter Crew Podcast where I was interviewed by Yaro Bagriy where we discussed how I make The Slice and how it came to be. Listen here 

Blog posts/Articles 📚

There is a lot of crap on the internet, so I rifle through it and pick a out gem or two that I found this week.
How to build something that people want by Justin Jackson 

Telling founders simply to "build something people want" is at best unhelpful... and at worst condescending... Read more
Knowledge base/Resources 💡
Resources and knowledge that helps you grow and get smarter.
Nuton is a website that showcases a collection of different tools or stacks as they like to call them for different industries that can help you get ahead! From marketing, to podcasting, they show you the ropes and what to get started with! 
That's all for this week, I'll be back next week, same time, same place!
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