I have been writing Elezea consistently since August 2009. As the site enters its second decade, I want to make sure it remains sustainable.

The Elezea blog, newsletter, and community take a few hours each week to research and manage, and I want to continue to give it the time and attention it deserves. To do that, I provide memberships for those who would like to support the ongoing time, energy, and cost of researching, writing, and maintaining this work.

Membership funds go directly to covering domain, hosting, and site performance costs; subscription costs for the tools I use to collect, process, and manage content for the site and the newsletter; and (so meta!) membership management costs1. Perhaps most importantly, members keep Elezea independent and free from advertising.

Member benefits:

  • A free copy of my book on product management (PDF format).
  • Early access to the slides for my seasonal talks.
  • Members-only emails with personal updates, apps and other things you might enjoy checking out, and reflections that almost but not quite fit into the focus of the site and free newsletter.
  • Help take some of the production pressure off while keeping the content available to everyone.
You can also become an annual member and get 2 months free

💡 Pro tip: show the blog to your manager (or tell them to sign up for the newsletter), and ask your company to pay for the membership to help you grow.


Some fine print

All payments are by credit card through Memberful with Stripe as the payment processor. You will receive some email from Memberful regarding your payments — invoices, renewal notices, etc. Your email address and personal information will never be given to anyone else, for any purpose. You can cancel your membership at any time, for any reason, with absolutely zero hard feelings.


  1. For those interested, the tools I use that have a monthly cost include MailChimp (newsletter management); DreamHost (site hosting); Cloudflare and Amazon AWS/CloudFront (CDN, Domain, and DNS management); FeedPress (providing RSS feeds); Ulysses (writing software); and Feedbin, Instapaper, and Pinboard (article reading and saving).