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Startup / Entrepreneurship

  1. GrowthMentor: GrowthMentor is a curated platform of invite-only startup and marketing mentors who have proven experience in their respective fields.
  2. Startup Grind: Startup Grind is the most valuable startup community in the world, delivering education, connections, and opportunities to help startups and scaleups grow.
  3. StartupNation: The community is a hub of information and knowledge split into categories such as ‘startup business basics,’ ‘marketing, sales and public relations,’ ‘personal growth,’ ‘business operations,’ and ‘finance and funding.’
  4. Founders Network : Founders Network can lengthen your financial and emotional "runway" and enable you to move faster. Members say FN has opened the door to the concrete answers, high-value contacts, and VC access they were looking for.
  5. Founders Beta : Founders Beta is a networking community created to connect founders with marketers, designers, developers, and other professionals to actualize their goals.
  6. Future Founders : Aspiring youth founders are paired with successful local entrepreneurs who help them expand their knowledge and build the necessary skills needed to run successful businesses. Members also meet like-minded equals who can provide a supportive network.
  7. Product Hunt : Product Hunt’s community is a “place for product-loving enthusiasts to share and geek out about the latest mobile apps, websites, hardware projects, and tech creations.”
  8. Growth Hackers : If you’re a startup founder, it’s likely you’ve heard of growth hacking. Expand your knowledge through the GrowthHackers Community – a one-stop shop for all things business growth. The platform has more than 150,000 active users and features a variety of discussion boards on topics from email marketing and social media strategy to outsourcing talent.
  9. YCombinator Startup School : A global community of startup founders participating in the Y Combinator course. The Y Combinator Startup School is a free 10-week course available upon application. Once you’ve enrolled in the course, students have access to the online community and forum to meet and engage with other entrepreneurs.
  10. The Fastlane Entrepreneur Forum : The forum itself allows startup founders and entrepreneurs from all around the world to gather and discuss topics related to starting and running businesses. Some of the topics include starting, growing, and scaling your business; self-development and improvement; and investment and other financial matters.
  11. Startup Sauce : Specifically built to support SaaS entrepreneurs, StartupSauce provides an online community for entrepreneurs to learn from other founders, build connections, and even secure valuable partnerships. Additionally, members can participate in a number of helpful workshops and courses on everything from public relations to marketing.
  12. SaaS Founders Club: SaaS entrepreneurs can apply for access to this free founders club that offers a platform for novice and experienced software entrepreneurs alike to connect and collaborate. The aim of the SaaS Club is to make important information and teachable moments accessible to all SaaS company founders.
  13. Product-Led Alliance : It brings together founders and thought leaders with pioneers in the product space. Members can gain insight into the minds of startup professionals and leaders from tech giants, like Amazon and Spotify.
  14. BizSugar : Entrepreneurs looking for resources and content  to grow their business, plus a community of fellow-minded business people. BizSugar includes the Mastermind Group forum for discussing business, free business resources, self-guided courses, monthly challenges, and online events.
  15. Guild Groups : Guild is a business messaging platform where entrepreneurs can create professional groups and communities.

Developers / No-code

  1. No-code Founders : Founders who don’t consider themselves to be highly ‘technical’ – or maybe they have a no-code business model – should check out No Code Founders.
  2. IndieHackers: Indie Hackers is a place where the founders of profitable businesses and side projects can share their stories transparently.


  1. Latka SaaS Hackers : It is a community for software as a service (SaaS) founders, investors, and CEOs. This data-driven platform gives these parties access to valuable industry analytics, data, and insights that can help propel their company forward. In addition to valuable information, site members receive access to a litany of useful software tools and exclusive discounts with industry partners.
  2. Product Hunt : Product Hunt’s community is a “place for product-loving enthusiasts to share and geek out about the latest mobile apps, websites, hardware projects, and tech creations.”
  3. SaaS Founders Club: SaaS entrepreneurs can apply for access to this free founders club that offers a platform for novice and experienced software entrepreneurs alike to connect and collaborate. The aim of the SaaS Club is to make important information and teachable moments accessible to all SaaS company founders.
  4. Saastr : SaaStr is the destination for SaaS founders, executives and enthusiasts looking to grow their business through peer-to-peer learning. Members also get access to content like podcasts, ebooks, training, and year-round events.


  1. Demand Curve a strong online community for growth and marketing professionals. It is ripe with resources, information, and tips for founders and marketers looking to fast-track business growth. Demand Curve members get access to free content such as playbooks and how-to articles.

Book Club

  1. Reese’s Book Club : The book club primarily focuses on highlighting works by women authors, particularly those from diverse backgrounds. Reese Witherspoon and her team handpick a book each month, which is then recommended to club members and promoted on various platforms, including social media. The selected books span various genres, including fiction, non-fiction, memoirs, and thrillers, among others.
  2. Belletrist : Belletrist is an influential book club that brings together a community of readers and encourages a love for literature through their engaging book recommendations, author collaborations, and support for independent bookstores.
  3. Goodreads : On Goodreads, you can see what books your friends are reading, track your own reading progress, get personalized recommendations, and read community reviews to find suitable books.
  4. Litsy: The Litsy community is a groundswell of passionate readers. Share bookish moments with Quotes, Reviews, and Blurbs. Measure Litfluence to discover your “bookprint” in the world. Explore recommendations from readers, not algorithms. Want to organize your reading list? Litsy has stacks for that, too.
  5. Library Thing: LibraryThing is an online service that allows users to catalog their personal book collections, connect with other readers, and discover new books. LibraryThing functions as a social cataloging application, blending aspects of social networking with book cataloging.
  6. BookLikes : If you like books, then you'll love BookLikes. BookLikes helps people share their reading life and discover new books. It's a blog platform designed for book lovers.


  1. GardenWeb: The largest gardening site on the Internet has forums for every gardening topic imaginable. Whether you are looking to nerd out about houseplants or looking for local gardening advice, GardenWeb has it all.
  2. Permies forums: Describes itself as the “hottest permaculture site on the web,” and is a good forum if you are gardening interests fall into farming, homesteading, using organic and sustainable practices. The Permies forums even have regional forums where jobs, events, and resources are posted.
  3. Tomatoville: Tom Wagner has introduced many great tomatoes to the home gardener. If you have grown ‘Green Zebra’, you have grown a Tom Wagner tomato. One of the places online that experienced tomato growers like Tom hangout is Tomatoville. Here you'll find answers to every question you have about growing tomatoes
  4. Flickr: If you are a gardener of few words but many pictures Flickr may be good place to call home. There is the general gardening photo pool along with one for container gardening to get you started.
  5. Carnivorous Plants: Carnivorous plants are experiencing a bit of a resurgence in the wake of the terrarium fad these past couple of years. If your dabbling in terrariums lead to a fascination with carnivorous plants, check out the Terraforums and the International Carnivorous Plant Society forums.
  6. GardenStew: While this forum is smaller and less encompassing than the GardenWeb forums, GardenStew is a friendly community of homemakers and gardeners worth checking out.
  7. Guerrilla Gardening: Even landless gardeners can find a home online to discuss gardening or get ideas. The guerrilla gardening forum is the largest online community of guerrilla gardeners you will find. You can participate in the general forum or find people closer to your city to organize nighttime raids on blighted lots in your community.
  8. Facebook: There are more ways to waste time on Facebook than tending to a fake farm. The social media juggernaut is actually home to a lot of gardening communities. The Flea Marketing Gardening page is a great resource for recycling and upcycling trash into garden treasures.


  1. 500px : Launched in 2009, 500px is the leading online network for photographers with millions of members worldwide. Photographers come to 500px to discover and share incredible photos, gain meaningful exposure, compete in photo contests, and license their photos through our exclusive distribution partners.
  2. VSCO : In 2011, the creators set out to create a photo and video editing app that combines premium quality editing filters and tools, thoughtful curation, and a diverse community for creative professionals like ourselves. From day one, their mission has been to nurture creativity so you can make it.
  3. Behance : Behance is an online platform that showcases and connects creative professionals, allowing them to showcase their work and collaborate with others in the creative industry. It serves as a global community for designers, artists, photographers, and other creative individuals to gain exposure and inspiration.
  4. EyeEm: EyeEm is a photography community and marketplace where photographers can showcase their work, sell their photos, and connect with other photographers and potential clients, making it a platform that bridges the gap between photographers and the creative industry.
  5. OneEyeland: OneEyeland is an online platform and community that showcases exceptional photography from around the world, featuring top photographers and their portfolios, providing a platform for exposure, recognition, and inspiration in the field of photography.
  6. is an online photography community and resource platform that offers forums, tutorials, critiques, and galleries for photographers to share their work, learn from others, and engage in discussions about all aspects of photography.
  7. Photography Talk : Photography Talk is an online forum and community for photographers of all levels to discuss photography techniques, equipment, share photos, and engage in photography-related discussions, fostering a collaborative space for learning and inspiration.


  1. Deviantart: DeviantArt is an online platform that serves as a vibrant community for artists to showcase their artwork, connect with other artists, and explore a wide range of creative expressions.
  2. Doodle Addicts: Doodle Addicts is a dedicated platform that celebrates and showcases doodles and doodle art from artists worldwide, providing a space for inspiration and appreciation of this unique art form.
  3. Youtube Community -
    The Youtube art community is no exception! With just a search, you can find super-famous artists like
    Drawingwiffwaffles and Jazza, or professional illustrators like Mike Henry, Anna Lepeshkina, and DcTattoo_Swe who have something to show and (often) something to teach.
  4. Behance : Behance is an online platform that showcases and connects creative professionals, allowing them to showcase their work and collaborate with others in the creative industry. It serves as a global community for designers, artists, photographers, and other creative individuals to gain exposure and inspiration.
  5. Reddits - subreddits - Some of the most popular art subreddits to join are r/ArtFundamentals, r/Art, r/Sketchpad, r/ArtTools, r/ArtStore, and r/Photography.
  6. Dribble : I is an online platform for designers and creatives to showcase their work, get feedback, and connect with potential clients and job opportunities.
  7. Artstation: is a community-driven platform for artists in the entertainment industry, offering a space to showcase and sell their artwork, connect with industry professionals, and access resources and tutorials.
  8. Tumblr -  you can use Tumblr to showcase your art creations, join art communities online, and find breathtaking designs.
  9. Draw Crowd: It is an online community that allows artists to showcase their artwork, get feedback, and connect with other artists, providing a platform to inspire and be inspired.
  10. Pixiv: It is a Japanese online community and marketplace for artists, primarily focused on manga, anime, and illustration, where artists can share their work, connect with fans, and participate in contests and collaborations.
  11. Ello: It is a social networking platform designed specifically for artists, allowing them to share their artwork, connect with other creatives, and join creative communities.
  12. Concept Art World: It is a website dedicated to showcasing concept art, featuring interviews with industry professionals, tutorials, and a gallery of inspiring artwork.
  13. Our Art Corner: Iti s an online art community where artists can create portfolios, share their artwork, and interact with other artists through comments and collaborations.
  14. Paigee World: It is an online community for manga and anime-inspired artists to showcase their artwork, participate in challenges, and connect with like-minded artists
  15. New Grounds: It is a platform for artists and animators to share their work, including animations, games, and music, and engage with a community of creators and fans.
  16. Virink: It is a Russian online art community where artists can showcase their artwork, participate in challenges and contests, and engage with fellow artists.
  17. Artdhope: It is a platform that supports and promotes art therapy, providing resources, information, and a platform for artists and art therapists to share their work and experiences.
  18. Mural Arts: It is a website dedicated to supporting artists interested in creating public murals, providing resources, funding opportunities, and information about mural projects and initiatives.

Travel Communities

  1. Well Traveled Club is a website offering curated travel experiences and services, providing resources and inspiration for avid travelers.
  2. Girls LOVE Travel is a Facebook community that connects and empowers female travelers worldwide, offering a supportive platform for sharing travel tips, stories, and advice.
  3. We Are Travel Girls is another Facebook community specifically for women travelers, fostering a network for sharing travel experiences, advice, and inspiration.
  4. Host a Sister is a Facebook group that promotes women supporting each other in travel by offering and finding accommodations, creating a global community of female hosts and travelers.
  5. Borderless Travels is a Facebook community for travel enthusiasts, providing a platform for sharing travel experiences, tips, and recommendations.
  6. The Travel Squad is a Facebook group where travelers can connect, share stories, seek advice, and find travel companions.
  7. Outdoorsy Gals is a Facebook community that brings together women who love outdoor adventures, providing a space for sharing experiences, tips, and support.
  8. Digital Nomads Around the World is a Facebook group for digital nomads to connect, share experiences, and seek advice on remote work, travel destinations, and lifestyle.
  9. India Mike is a travel website and forum dedicated to providing information, resources, and discussions about travel in India, catering to both international and domestic travelers.
  10. India Travel Forum is an online community where travelers can ask questions, seek advice, and share their travel experiences in India, offering a platform for connecting with fellow travelers.
  11. Lonely Planet Travellers is a Facebook group for fans of Lonely Planet guidebooks and travel enthusiasts, allowing them to share travel experiences, recommendations, and engage in discussions about various destinations.

Woodworking and Carpentary

  1. AAWoodturners is an online community dedicated to woodturning, providing a platform for woodturners to share their work, seek advice, and engage in discussions related to the craft.
  2. The Patriot Woodworker is a community forum focused on woodworking, including a section dedicated to woodturning, where members can connect, share projects, and exchange knowledge and techniques.
  3. Woodworking Talk is an active forum where woodworking enthusiasts can discuss various aspects of the craft, seek advice, and share their woodworking projects and experiences.
  4. Robert Sorby Tools Forum is a dedicated online forum for users of Robert Sorby woodworking tools, offering a space for discussions, tips, and showcasing projects involving these tools.
  5. DIY Chatroom is a community forum where DIY enthusiasts, including carpenters and woodworkers, can interact, share ideas, and seek advice on various projects and techniques.
  6. Screwfix is a forum hosted by Screwfix, providing a platform for carpenters and tradespeople to discuss topics related to carpentry, seek advice, and share knowledge and experiences.
  7. DIYnot is an online forum where DIYers can connect, seek advice, and share their woodworking projects and experiences.
  8. UKWorkshop is a community forum catering to woodworkers in the UK, offering discussions, project showcases, and resources related to general woodworking.
  9. Woodweb hosts discussion forums focused on cabinetmaking and woodworking, providing a platform for professionals in the industry to exchange knowledge, seek advice, and share insights.
  10. Wood Talk Forum is a community forum dedicated to general woodworking discussions, where members can ask questions, share projects, and engage in conversations about the craft.
  11. Family Woodworking is an online forum that fosters a family-friendly community for woodworking enthusiasts, providing a space for discussions, project sharing, and support.
  12. Canadian Woodworking and Home Improvement is a forum dedicated to woodworking and home improvement topics, allowing members to exchange ideas, seek advice, and share their woodworking projects.
  13. Lumberjocks  is a woodworking community and forum where members can discuss various woodworking topics, showcase their projects, and engage in conversations with fellow woodworkers.


  1. Coin Talk is an online forum dedicated to coin collecting, where enthusiasts can discuss various aspects of numismatics, share knowledge, and engage in coin-related discussions.
  2. Collectors Universe hosts a U.S. Coin Forum where collectors can connect, discuss U.S. coins, seek advice, and share their collections.
  3. NUMIS Forums is a community platform for numismatists, providing a space for coin enthusiasts to discuss coin collecting, share information, and engage in coin-related conversations.
  4. Coin Community Family is an online community for coin collectors, offering forums, resources, and a supportive environment for numismatics enthusiasts to connect, share knowledge, and seek assistance.

Stamp Collecting

  1. The Stamp Forum is an online community and forum dedicated to stamp collecting, where members can discuss various aspects of philately, share information, and engage in stamp-related discussions.
  2. Collectors Universe also hosts a Stamps Forum, providing a platform for stamp collectors to connect, discuss stamps, seek advice, and share their collections.

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