That's a wee problem, isn't it?
How do I know people want to read what I'm thinking of writing about?
Because the risk is too damn high.
You might spend hours . . . days . . . weeks . . . months . . . or longer on a piece of content that flops upon publication.
An email sequence, a whole-ass book, a series of Twitter threads.
Yeah, you got a few clicks, a few purchases, a few shares.
But nothing like what you needed to make all that writing worth the trouble and the time.
How do you stop this from happening?
Let me show you; click below.
P.S. That thread is Part II in a series called The 6 Pillars of Influential Content. Part I is here. That's where I teach you how to command credibility as a writer.