5 Ways You Can Support The Renegade Coder

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If you’re here, you must be wondering how you can support The Renegade Coder. Well, you’re in luck. After all, the purpose of this list is to give everyone an opportunity to show their support, so here it goes!

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Without further ado, I bring you the list of ways you can support The Renegade Coder:

Send Private Messages

The first thing you can do to support The Renegade Coder is contact me directly. No, seriously!

Don’t be afraid to reach out through email or one of my social media profiles. Private messages are among my favorite because they’re typically pretty candid. People aren’t afraid to say how they feel when the situation is a bit more 1-on-1. Of course, I also like the opportunity to sort of foster that relationship as I love to get to know people.

Below is a brief list of links you can use to get in contact with me. I run this website alone, so you’ll always be contacting me directly if you use any of these resources.

Most of these are private accounts, so you’ll have to kick off a friend request. Don’t worry if this isn’t your thing. Like I said, I definitely wouldn’t take this route if I was in your shoes. I’m a bit too shy and introverted for that kind of initiation.

Start Writing

As an alternative, you can support the Renegade Coder by visiting one of my articles and leaving me a comment. After all, I can’t get better without your feedback. If there’s something you like, let me know in the comments. If you think I have some work to do, let me know that as well. Keep your comments constructive of course! I’m not looking for a band of trolls to show up and pillage my website.

Of course, if you like my content, share it with your friends. Every article has a set of share buttons, so you can quickly share an article on your favorite social media sites. Go ahead! Try it with this one.

If you’re really feeling adventurous, why not start your own blog post about this website? Word of mouth goes a long way to growing a brand, and backlinks tell search engines which websites are goodOpens in a new tab.. Alternatively, become a guest author. I’d be happy to help you write, publish, and share an article on The Renegade Coder. Just reach out!

Turn Off Your Ad Blocker

If you didn’t know, I have two advertisements on my site which generate income for me every time they’re viewed. You’ll find them at the bottom of every article.

The problem with these advertisements is they don’t generate income if you have an ad blocker. That’s because the ad blocker stops the advertisements from rendering. If the ads are blocked, I won’t receive any income from your view, and that goes for every page you view too. If you’re getting a lot of value out of this site, please consider turning off your ad blocker. I’ve linked a couple tutorials below:

Now, let me be honest. I hate advertisements. In fact, I strongly agree with the MinimalistsOpens in a new tab. on this. As a result, I recommend you get yourself an ad blockerOpens in a new tab. if you don’t already. That said, ads have become a necessary evil for me at the moment. Eventually, I hope to remove the ads altogether.

Tip with PayPal

If you’re looking for a more direct way of supporting me, why not buy me a beerOpens in a new tab.. That link will open a new tab to my PayPal.Me page. From there, you can choose some dollar amount to show your support.

Again, I don’t love this option. For one, it’s really easy to abuse which ends up costing me money. Secondly, it makes me feel like a beggar. Like I understand that the money is basically paying me for my work, but something about it still feels wrong.

Also, as a fair warning, I won’t be using the money to buy beer. In fact, I don’t really drink beer, nor do I drink coffee. That said, PayPal has something against the word “donation,” so I figure this will have to do.

If PayPal isn’t your thing, I recently added web monetization to the siteOpens in a new tab.. That’s more of a passive thing, but I definitely recommend trying to learn more about it. It could potentially pave the way for the reduction of ads on the internet.


Last but not least, subscribe to The Renegade coderOpens in a new tab.. If you haven’t done so already, it’s a great opportunity to get access to the blog. In addition, you’ll receive regular email updates from me with the latest articles.

If you’re not sure what you’re missing, check out the premium tag. Each blurb should give you an idea of the type of content I keep behind a paywall.

If you’ve had a chance to check my World Domination Checklist, then you know that my ultimate goal is to gain enough financial freedom to support this website full-time. By becoming a Paid Subscriber, you bring me closer to that goal. As always, I appreciate the help!

Thanks for Your Continued Support

Beyond everything I’ve covered so far, I’ve come up with some weird ways you can help out. For instance, why not change your WiFi name to The Renegade Coder?

At any rate, that’s all I’ve got for now. If you have some suggestions, let me know in the comments below. I’m always looking for ways to grow The Renegade Coder.

Jeremy Grifski

Jeremy grew up in a small town where he enjoyed playing soccer and video games, practicing taekwondo, and trading Pokémon cards. Once out of the nest, he pursued a Bachelors in Computer Engineering with a minor in Game Design. After college, he spent about two years writing software for a major engineering company. Then, he earned a master's in Computer Science and Engineering. Today, he pursues a PhD in Engineering Education in order to ultimately land a teaching gig. In his spare time, Jeremy enjoys spending time with his wife, playing Overwatch and Phantasy Star Online 2, practicing trombone, watching Penguins hockey, and traveling the world.

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