Thinking Out of the Product #15

  1. Write frequently. Being consistent (in terms of publishing articles) is super important. You wouldn’t want to keep your reader hanging and waiting for your next post, especially at irregular timings. Imagine, out of the blue, a writer post once every 5 months, compared to a writer that churns out articles once monthly, without fail. Which would you prefer to read? *Disclaimer — see Seth Godin’s blog; his blog is updated daily, without fail every day of the year.
  2. Think of creative ideas to reduce cognitive workload. Thinking of what to write can be tough. But what if you don’t have to think much about it? For example, taking down the transcripts from interviewees to share their stories can be an effective way to create content. It also makes your content more personal to the reader.

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Ian Cedric Io

Ian Cedric Io

Nanyang Technological University | Tableau Student Ambassador | Passionate about analytics | 🔎 https://cedric130813.webflow.io