Winning on the Internet with David Perell

David Perell shares how he’s helped countless writers find their voice and succeed online.

How to Build a Consistent Writing Habit

Four writers share how they went from erratic output to writing consistently.

Four Successful Writers Share How They Developed Their Voice

Some practical advice on finding your unique style from four writers who have done it.

How to Pick What to Write About Next

Writer’s block is an age-old nemesis: we’ve uncovered a few techniques to help fight it.

Lessons Learned Helping Thousands of Creators with Josh Spector

Josh Spector shares how he helps thousands of creators succeed by providing transformational, niche content.

Discovering Your Signature Move with Bill Grundfest

Golden Globe winner Bill Grundfest explains why leaning into what makes you unique wins in the long term.

The Inner Game of Creating with Khe Hy

Khe Hy shares how he transitioned from a high-powered career on Wall Street to creating content full-time, and why he’s never been happier.

Writing with Purpose with Jennifer Kim

Startup advisor and Diversity & Inclusion strategist Jennifer Kim explains how her writing has helped build the foundation for a purpose-driven career.

Winning on Twitter with Michell Clark

Michell Clark shares how he’s built an enthusiastic following on Twitter by being interesting, helpful, and authentic.

How to Make Your Writing Obviously Awesome with April Dunford

Positioning expert April Dunford shares a brief masterclass on product positioning and how it can be leveraged to help your writing succeed.

How to Use Writing to Accelerate Your Career with Sari Azout

Sari Azout on writing as professional networking, why consistency is overrated, and how time can turn good ideas into great ideas.

Making Curiosity a Competitive Advantage with Gemma Milne

The author Gemma Milne discusses pursuing your curiosities, not compromising on your voice, and the inherent necessity and risk of hype.

Writing A Winning Newsletter with Dan Oshinsky

The New Yorker's former Director of Newsletters explains how to use email to build meaningful, engaging relationships with your audience.

How Successful Writers Actually Picked Their Niche

Four successful writers share how they actually started to discover a niche early on.

Integrating Publishing With Your Profession

Lessons on how to align your writing passion with your day job from somebody who's actually done it.

Building A One-Person Media Company with Polina Marinova

Polina Marinova Pompliano shares everything she’s learned turning what was once a side project into a full-time, one-person media business.

Doing Content Right with Steph Smith

Steph Smith, leader of the Hustle’s paid subscription business and author of Standing Out in 2020: Doing Content Right, joins Stew Fortier to discuss mastering your niche, creating quality content, and differentiating yourself as a writer.‍

How to Stand Out in Your Industry with Cherie Hu

Cherie Hu discusses how she's escaped competition to establish her voice in a crowded space.

How to Be Prolific with Anne-Laure Le Cunff

Some practical advice on how to drastically improve the quantity and quality of your writing.

How to Build A Wildly Popular Newsletter in Six Months

Nathan Baschez and Dan Shipper explain the meteoric rise of their paid newsletter bundle, Everything.

How to Stand Out as a Writer by Not Being Boring with Packy McCormick

Advice on turning "boring" topics into fun writing.

How to Use Writing to Scale Your Expertise with Lenny Rachitsky

Practical advice on how to use writing to help thousands of people.

How to Build a Writing Career Around Your Curiosity with Taylor Pearson

Some practical advice on how to use writing to invent a career for yourself.

How to Find Your Voice with Lindsey Quinn

Some practical advice on finding your voice as a writer.

How to Build a Media Company Around Your Niche with Jacob Donnelly

Why media never scaled and the near-endless supply of niche opportunities.

The Evolving Media Landscape with Paul Smalera

How to take advantage of the enormous opportunities the internet has created for individual writers and creators.

Starting a Movement With Your Writing with Claire Stapleton

How to use writing and storytelling to start a movement.

Why You Should Give Away Your Secrets with Mario Gabriele

The new opportunity in paid media and how building in public creates unfair advantages

Using Blogging To Think Independently with Cedric Chen

How to use blogging to sharpen your critical thinking skills and become more effective in the real world.

The Compounding Effects of Thinking in Public with Tom Critchlow

Networked writing, crafting a distinctive writing style, and the internal rewards of thinking in public

Compound’s Real-World Guide to Getting Your First 1,000 Email Subscribers

Real-world stories from 12 online writers on how they got their first 1,000 subscribers.