Tag: writing

  • “An editor can publish a story, but if nobody shares it, it might as well never have been written.”

    In case you wonder about those stats: “readers are the new publishers” A Medium user can publish a story, a medium publication can publish a story, but if nobody shares it, it might as well never have been written. This is how it works folks. Because we rely on humans. Can’t we make machines do the […]

  • On finding an audience

    This nudging speed is driving me nuts I do internet stuff for sixteen years. Like crafting I mean. With a lot of lucky stumbles I got to be involved in really big online enterprises. I know the marketing and the content management, I know the reach and the workflow building, I know a lot of things, […]

  • So Holly Wood banned me. Does interactivity have such a high cost in 2016?

    When you get banned by the people you agree with you start thinking about your faith in humanity … I am reading her articles for as long as I am on Medium. There was a time when I was checking Medium, despite my anger on listicles, before users could be blocked, before the feed could be […]

  • Medium for the “reader” personna

    I don’t know about you, but one of the things I like best about Medium is not the writing, it is the reading. I mean, lets be honest, my most successful written stuff are random replies to posts and a drawing that Ev Williams recommended. Seriously, that was a laugh, because I have written a […]

  • Letter to the struggling creator of anything

    Dear creative human, You are always busy. New ideas, new work, new output every hour after hour. At the end of the day it’s all meant to push you, bit by bit, closer to the place you want to be in. May the place be called “The top of the (collective) mind”. When you do get […]