Substack Stock

substack.comConsumer & Lifestyle / MediaFounded: 2017Funding to Date: $82.65MM

Developer of a subscription-based publishing platform intended to generate money from newsletter subscriptions. The company provides a platform on which writers can publish paid email newsletters and keep most of the revenue, enabling writers, bloggers, thinkers, and creatives to start an email newsletter, publish and earn money directly from their subscription product.

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Team

Management Team

Hamish McKenzie
Co-Founder, Chief Operating Officer & Board Member
Jairaj Sethi
Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer
Christopher Best
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer

Board Members

Andrew Chen
Andreessen Horowitz

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News Highlights

Substack unveils the product that got it banned from Twitter
The newsletter platform Substack’s new feature called Notes, which functions similarly to Twitter, rolled out to all users on Tuesday. Whether it will become a real competitor to Twitter won’t be known for weeks. But Elon Musk apparently feels it might. Last week, he banned all Substack links from Twitter after Substack announced Notes.
As competition intensifies in the paid newsletter world, 12 writers on Substack detail how much money they're making
Insider spoke with 12 Substack newsletter authors to find out how much revenue they make from paid subscriptions and ads.
Substack Is Now a Playground for the Deplatformed
The company’s CEO says the old way of social media is broken—but is his alternative much different?
Updated on: Apr 14, 2024

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