馃惀 Do you also feel like you aren't an excellent tweeter? For a few years, I lost my mojo. Today I want to change that. Here are a few lessons & tips on online writing from @dickiebush that will help you be a better writer too.
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1. With great content, you can rapidly build a community through Twitter. It took Dickie ~18 months to build over 100k followers by helping them write better online. Over 2,000 of them have taken his writing course, #Ship30for30.
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2. You do not need a blog or newsletter to get started. For months, I dreaded rebuilding my personal site. Then after listening to an interview with Dickie, I realized I was focusing on the wrong thing.
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3. Start writing - now. Stop worrying about your site or newsletter, and focus on finding your message, voice, and community.
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4. Twitter provides "immediate market feedback on your ideas." I loved this line from Dickie. It hit the nail on the head. Whether or not your ideas spread is purely based on market forces. If you are helpful to others, your tweets will spread.
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5. Use data as your north star. Let your community point the ship. For years I didn't do this. My ego wrote what I liked - and they bombed. Lately, my posts on Crypto have been doing great. I enjoy it, and so do my followers. So more crypto it is!
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6. "Consistency creates competence." If you spend 30 days trying to write better content, you will write better tweets on day 30 than you did on day 1. So be consistent. You will see what resonates, and what doesn't.
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7. Be clear, not clever.

Dec 8, 2021 路 8:34 PM UTC

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8. Dickie's format Finally here is the format Dickie uses when crafting his tweets - * Who am I writing to * What problem am I solving * Why is it a problem?
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