I don't have any marketing budget to advertise this site to people who want to learn Swift. Instead, I rely on word of mouth – I rely on people like you to help spread the word.
If you're enjoying Hacking with Swift I would really appreciate it if you could tell other people by placing a link on your site. If you're uploading your projects to GitHub, placing a link in your README.md is most welcome, and helps other people find my work.
That's it. I'm not asking for money, I just want you to help tell others so they can get the same enjoyment you got from this work.
I've even written some example HTML links for you. They are just text links, so you don't even need to worry about bandwidth costs. Just copy and paste one of these onto your website, and you're done. Or write your own – that would be even better!
It doesn't matter whether you have 100 visitors a year or a million, or even if you're just hosting your projects on GitHub: if you could post a link to Hacking with Swift there it would be extremely helpful. You can use one of these pre-made links, or write your own – that's very welcome too!
If you don't have a website, how about posting a tweet linking people here?
Your help is so appreciated – I genuinely cannot spread the word without your assistance, so every little thing you do makes a huge difference. Thank you!
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