Making a nuisance of himself on Twitter
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- May 20, 2014
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I've been following you on twitter for sometime now, and I'd have to say I have to sit down with a pen and paper to take notes from your tweets I tried replying to comments for a month on reddit, maybe I should start getting on quora as well.
P.S: Thanks for all the value you provide Andy, much appreciated.
Thanks @MTF.Awesome post, thank you!
I'm currently on one of Cole's courses "Ship 30 for 30".Nicolas Cole (the author of the book I listed above) was the number one author on Quora for views one particular year. He knows his stuff.
I loved how one of his tweets succinctly put into words what I was struggling to say for a while:
“Building an audience isn’t a goal. It’s a by-product.”
Oh interesting. I see the #ship30for30 stuff in my timeline. I swear I ignore those tweets where I have to click the essay to open up 250 words in an image and try to zoom in on my phone. If you're doing those then I think you'll be better going native and creating a thread. Before you create threads I suggest getting good at single tweets.I'm currently on one of Cole's courses "Ship 30 for 30".
It's essentially a 30 day daily writing challenge.
I managed two weeks before cocking up. Bank holiday weekend
Anyways, it's getting me closer to where I need to be.
I've really enjoyed reading through this thread and seeing your journey of ~3 years.
Can you possibly give an update on your current tech stack as well as numbers?
I don’t know if anyone else in the forum is dabbling with paid email newsletters.I'm curious. In your experience what is generally the best ratio between free articles and member-only paid articles?
Obviously you want to lure people in with your free articles but also make your paid subscribers feel like they're getting a great deal.
Also....are there any other threads on the forum of people doing similar that you're aware of? Would love to follow.
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