(This post was commissioned to a writer on Upwork and is not edited). Newsletters are phenomenally effective at publicizing articles, news, and other types of content. Even with social media becoming a rage, emails remain the top form of communication as most people check their emails every day. Moreover, newsletters
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This is my atelier, a digital sandbox where I get to write and share my passion and explore the magic of online creativity.
Last week, I commissioned the same writing gig to two different writers on Upwork. Here's what they came back with: Writer #1 from Karachi, Pakistan:Why I Started Using Ghost Instead of WordPress To Launch My Blog(This post was commissioned to a writer on Upwork and is not edited)
(This post was commissioned to a writer on Upwork and is not edited). All bloggers would have a history with Google’s Blogspot and WordPress. Blogpost did not reach the peak of blogging. WordPress emerged to be the most resilient and innovative when it came to providing that ideal platform
(This post was commissioned to a writer on Upwork and is not edited). Why I Started Using Ghost Instead of WordPress To Launch My BlogBlogging is quite different from running an ecommerce website, and the latter is what WordPress seems to be all about now. So, it comes as no
Creator economy for the rest of usBuilding a newsletter in public. This is a work-in-progress document. The Creator ideas4growth positioning strategyGoogle docs template found via Dan Oshinsky's Not a Newsletter. Here's an excerpt from the brief:ideas4growth newsletter is a celebration of the Creator Economy. It complements the ideas4growth.
What does building in public really mean? I have yet to figure it out, but instead of doing a ton of academic research, I'll just do it. So I plan to be open (open source?) and transparent about it, revealing the steps I'm taking, the tools I'm using, and even
So I decided to try to build this in public. Inspired by Indie Hackers and all the possibilities that the internet provides, but mostly by needing to do something with this domain I've owned forever, I'll give it a go. There are a couple of caveats. First, I have a