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How to grow your audience (by writing online in 2024)

Published 2 months ago • 1 min read

Want to know how you can share your message with millions of people by writing online in 2024?

  • Write on Linkedin & Twitter/X (?!)
  • Do dancing videos on TikTok/Instagram
  • Offer ridiculously cheap writing services on platforms like Fiverr
  • Write whatever you want
  • And publish your unpolished work every day

Voilà - that's your path to.. a disaster. 😅

Seriously: It breaks my heart to see writers and creators wasting their time on ridiculous strategies and platforms every single day.

Here's the truth about growing your audience in 2024, Reader:

You don't have to be a social media ninja.

All you need is:

  • 🩵 A CLEAR message that you want to share with the world.
  • ☝️ ONE platform to share your writing.
  • 🥳 and EXCITEMENT because even with shortcuts, growing an audience that takes time. If you don't enjoy the journey, you'll give up too soon.

I started to write online by publishing my work on Medium in 2018 and it's still the only platform I write on.

And yet, my work has been read by millions of people, helped me build a 6-figure online business, get featured in major publications, and much more.

Just because a strategy sounds complex doesn't mean it's effective.

Keep it simple, Reader - that's easier, more fun, and usually more effective too.

I'll teach you my 3-step process to grow your audience by writing on Medium next week.

Grab your ticket to the exclusive training right now so I can show you the confusion-free path to writing success on the internet.

Big love from my screen to yours,

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