62 + Places to 
Distribute Your SaaS Content

Putting a lot of energy into producing high-end content for your SaaS company? Learn how to distribute your content for the widest reach possible. 

Where & How To Distribute Your SaaS Content?  

Below you will find a growing list of platforms to distribute your SaaS blog content on.

Social Media (Facebook)

Various Facebook groups where you can engage in conversations and share content. 

WhalePages SaaS Growth Strategies: Join this group and share ideas about scaling SaaS companies. 

SaaS Growth Hacks: A community for SaaS CEOs and Founders

SaaS Products & Marketing: Network of Software as a Service founders and executives. 

SaaS Founders & Execs: Meet other SaaS entrepreneurs and learn from each others experiences. 

SaaS Revolutionaries: A Facebook group by SaaStock with a focus on helping SaaS entrepreneurs succeed. 

SaaS Breakthrough: A community for SaaS founders to share information and provide support. 

Social Media (LinkedIn) 

Various LinkedIn groups where you can engage in conversations and share content. 

Whale Pages SaaS Growth Group: A LinkedIn group dedicated to helping SaaS entrepreneurs.

Cloud & SaaS Startups: A LinkedIn group for topics related to cloud computing and SaaS startups.

SaaS Marketing University: A group for discussion on topics relating to SaaS marketing.

Software as a Service Group: A general Software as a Service discussion group.

SaaS Professionals: A LinkedIn group for SaaS professionals to share ideas.

SaaS Sales Professionals: A linkedIn group with a focus on SaaS sales.

Q&A Sites

Various question and answer sites where you can engage in conversations and share content. 

Quora (SaaS Startups Topic): Follow topics on Quora relating to SaaS development and entrepreneurship. 

Quora Spaces (Everything SaaS): A Quora Space related to all topics that have to do with SaaS.

Quora Spaces (SaaS Marketing): A Quora Space related to topics that deal with SaaS marketing. 

Yahoo Answers: Look through Yahoo Answers for questions relating to your SaaS product. 

Super User: A question and answer site for computer entousiasts. Lots of SaaS related content. 

Answers: A general Q&A site with lots of niche specific questions. Search around and see what they have. 

Slant: Almost 3 million product searches / month. It might be worth adding your product. 

Answeree: An expert Q&A community with lots of technical question and answer opportunities. 


Various microblogging platforms where you can engage in conversations and share content. 

Medium: Medium can be used to reporpose your blog content into different formats. 

Tumblr: A microblogging and social networking website where people can share content and connect. 

Wix: A blogging platform that can also be used as a microblogging platform to repurpose content. 

Google Sites: A google product similar to Wix which allows people to easy create and manage websites. 

Blogger: Another blogging platform you can use to repurpose blog content from your blog to share on Blogger. 

Twitter: A social networking platform which allows users to share content and connect. 



Social Bookmarking

Various social bookmarking sites where you can curate and share content. 

Mix: A pesonalized social bookmarking and discovery platform that allows users to share content. 

Scoop.it: Another personalizled content discovery platform where you can share your content. 

Flipboard: A magazine syle social bookmarking site that allows you to organize and share your SaaS blog content. 

Paper.li: Another magazine style social bookmarking site that allows you to share content on their platform. 

Zest.is: A marketing focused discovery platform. They only accept around 1% of content.

PearlTrees: A platform that allows you to share your content and discover other content in your niche. 

Pocket: A content bookmarking and curation platform that allows you to share your best content. 

Folkd: A social bookmarking website that allows you to share content with your friends. 

Biz Sugar: A business platform popular with entrepreneuers that allows you to submit articles. 

Feedly: Organize, read and share content that matters to use. Feedly is a popular content curation platform. 

Instapaper: Allows you to easily save web content to be viewed or shared later. 

Linkagogo: An online bookmarking and favorites manager that’s been around since 2001.  

Listly: A great social lists platform that allows you to create listicles of your best content. 

MetaFilter: A popular general interest community webblog that hosts a huge assorment of content related to SaaS. 


Engage in community discussions and share relevant content with forums users. 

Stack Overflow: The largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share​ ​their programming ​knowledge, and build their careers.

Stack Exchange: Stack Exchange is a network of question-and-answer websites on topics in diverse fields

Hacker News: A social news website focusing on computer science and entrepreneurship.

DZone: Programming, Web Development, and DevOps news, tutorials and tools for beginners to experts.

Slashdot: Slashdot is a social news website that originally billed itself as “News for Nerds. Stuff that Matters”.

Reddit (SaaS): Discussions and useful links for SaaS owners, online business owners, and more.

Reddit (Startups): /r/startups is a great place to discuss startup problems and solutions.

Growth Hackers: High quality trending articles on growth hacking, marketing channels, user acquisition, engagement, product launch and more.

Indie Hackers: Real stories, advice, and revenue numbers from the founders of profitable businesses


Repurpose blog content for visual platforms and gain traffic and links.

Instagram: A simple, fun & creative way to capture, edit & share photos, videos & messages with friends & family.

Imgur: Imgur is an American online image sharing community and image host

Flickr: Flickr is an image hosting service and video hosting service. It was created by Ludicorp in 2004.

Pinterest: Discovery of information on the World Wide Web using images and, on a smaller scale, GIFs and videos.

Dribble: Dribbble is a self-promotion and networking platform for digital designers.

4Chan: A simple image-based bulletin board where anyone can post comments and share images anonymously.

Archive: A non-profit digital library offering free universal access to books, movies & music, as well as 406 billion archived web pages.

Slideshare: Discover, Share, and Present presentations and infographics with the world’s largest professional content sharing community.

Speakerdeck: Simply upload your slides as a PDF, and we’ll turn them into a beautiful online experience.


A few other places you can talk about your SaaS company and reference your content. 

Product Hunt: Product Hunt is a website that lets users share and discover new products.

Betalist: Provides an overview of upcoming internet startups. Discover and get early access to the future.

Betapage: Community of tech lovers and early adopters. Browse, search or submit your product or startup.

HARO: Connecting journalists and bloggers with relevant expert sources to meet journalists’ demanding deadlines.

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