Making a nuisance of himself on Twitter
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- May 20, 2014
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.
It doesn’t trouble me. I like these tools to get started quickly, but wouldn’t (just) grow on a platform that could pull the plug.Saw this and it really troubled me.
Made me wonder about switching to a platform like Ghost.
Selling information is difficult these days with all the free internet information but if someone could find me information on who would buy what they literally could get rich quick.I love the simplicity of Google Alerts and a curated newsletter. I haven’t looked at the maths… that’s not what I thought was clever about this.
The opportunity is that there’s too much information. Some people will pay if you save their time trawling through it all and can summarise it for them.Selling information is difficult these days with all the free internet information but if someone could find me information on who would buy what they literally could get rich quick.
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