The Art and Business of Online Writing: How to Beat the Game of Capturing and Keeping Attention
From the 1 writer on Quora, 15x Top Writer on Medium, and Top 10 columnist for Inc Magazine
What are the secrets to writing online?
Why do some writers accumulate hundreds of thousands, even millions of views on their content — and others write and write, only to go unnoticed?
Nicolas Cole, one of the most viral columnists on the internet with more than 100 million views on his writing, is pulling back the curtain. After becoming the 1 most-read writer on all of Quora in 2015, a Top 10 contributing writer for Inc Magazine from 2016 to 2018, and one of the most popular writers on Medium in more than 15 different categories, Cole went on to build a multi-million-dollar ghostwriting company publishing thousands of articles on the internet for more than 300 different Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, C-level executives, New York Times best-selling authors, Olympic athletes, Grammy-winning producers, and renowned industry leaders.
By using his own personal toolkit of writing strategies, headline structures, formats, and proven styles, all of which were mastered over a 10-year period.
“This book contains everything I know about online writing,” says Cole. “From going viral, to building a massive library of content that will continue to pay you dividends well into the future.”
In this book you will learn
Why you should NOT start a blog — and where you should be writing online instead.
How to beat “the game” of internet publishing — and the 7 levels of success.
How “going viral” on social platforms works (and how to not give up in the process).
The Endless Idea Generator: How to never run out of things to write about.
The Perfect Post: How to write headlines people can’t help but want to read.
How to create your own “Content Roadmap,” and position yourself as an influential voice in your industry or niche.
How to turn proven online writing into longer, more valuable assets (books, ebooks, physical products, paid newsletters, companies, etc.).
And the 1 habit very single writer today needs to master in order to become successful.