How to write on Substack and what makes you fail here.
Thanks for the information! My substack is called A Considerable Age. I publish my personal essays and those of other writers. Always interested in finding a great story. LOVE substack. https://aconsiderableage.substack.com/
I show digital writers how to build courses to grow their income at Course Builder's Corner here: https://rodneydaut.substack.com
Thanks for the links!
Here is my substack newsletter https://kristinwritesmuch.substack.com/ (I also have another one called the QC Brew Scene about the local breweries that you can find under my profile).
Maybe this will push me to post something soon! LOL
My Substack newsletter is called Mighty Forces. Its goal is to help people over 50 who are job hunting. I've been having a blast writing and researching it. My struggle is mainly with marketing. I would love any feedback you or your readers would have on it. Thanks.
Thanks, Kelly!! Well geez, at least you used your whole name in the other one. Me, I just used my first name. lol. Duh. Really appreciate the shout-out and link. You have been so awesome and welcoming and thank you for that!!
P.S. Please yes, come read https://historyofwomen.substack.com/
Hi. I am new to Substack so I'll read the guide - thanks!
So glad to find you, through the rabbit hole of a Substack comment thread! I write about writing as well, sharing a weekly writing prompt to help others pay attention to what matters, and tell their own stories. With a little focus on grief and spirituality. My Substack is Writing in Company. https://writingincompany.substack.com/
I have not yet published it on substack. I use Medium. But something draws me here, but I am not sure if writing on two platforms is advisable. What are your thoughts on this?
Thanks for sharing Linda’s guide. It was so helpful! I started my Substack, The Power of Change to help other live their best life regardless of the circumstances they face. I share my experience living with a chronic illness and the techniques I’ve used to overcome adversity and live a life of opportunity. I welcome thoughts and comments!
Thanks - checking this out now. Been on Substack for the last 6 months and loving the community.
If you get 5 mins, please check out my Substack, Never Stop Learning.
I also ... write about writing.
Is it a sickness? An affliction? An addiction? A joy?
Thanks for the Substack guide. I'm a recent convert so I'll be combing through it soon.