From "Why start a Newsletter" to "Why I haven't started a Newsletter yet"
I wrote the first issue of my newsletter back in July 2021 but newer sent it out.
The issue consisted of Tweets & articles I've come across last week and found extremely helpful.
Because I usually share such articles on Twitter as well, I was thinking: resharing those in a form of a newsletter would be just repeated content aka. spam.
Recently I gained some new perspective on this from my friend Mike:
Newsletters are a searchable, organized, and longer-lasting way to share content on a specific topic.
I can compile a Twitter thread on: time tracking tools, time management systems, and how you can apply all this while working remotely - that tweet would disappear in 48 hours.
I want my newsletter to be an everlasting archive of organized knowledge.
I'll be sending out the first issue of my newsletter this Friday, and you're more than welcome to subscribe:
ps: I'm not adding the email addresses of my subscribers from akoskm.com, but I won't be sending out the same updates here and on my newsletter.