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Lessons on how to align your writing passion with your day job from somebody who's actually done it.
Polina Marinova Pompliano shares everything she’s learned turning what was once a side project into a full-time, one-person media business.
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Cherie Hu discusses how she's escaped competition to establish her voice in a crowded space.
Some practical advice on how to drastically improve the quantity and quality of your writing.
Nathan Baschez and Dan Shipper explain the meteoric rise of their paid newsletter bundle, Everything.
Advice on turning "boring" topics into fun writing.
Practical advice on how to use writing to help thousands of people.
Some practical advice on how to use writing to invent a career for yourself.
Some practical advice on finding your voice as a writer.
Why media never scaled and the near-endless supply of niche opportunities.
How to take advantage of the enormous opportunities the internet has created for individual writers and creators.
How to use writing and storytelling to start a movement.
The new opportunity in paid media and how building in public creates unfair advantages
How to use blogging to sharpen your critical thinking skills and become more effective in the real world.
Networked writing, crafting a distinctive writing style, and the internal rewards of thinking in public
Real-world stories from 12 online writers on how they got their first 1,000 subscribers.