Brian Morrissey has a moderately annoying knack of delivering precisely the fitting publication simply after I want it. Rising Media Voices is frustratingly gradual. Our publication subscribers and podcast listeners go up little by little, however I really feel like I’m continuously ready for that ‘large second’ of hockey-stick progress.
On this week’s version of The Rebooting, Morrissey places out a superb reminder that truly, gradual progress is sweet. “Constructing sustainable media manufacturers takes time,” he says. “The pageview period gave us many manufacturers that racked up large numbers however have been hole. No person wanted them.”
“My expertise is that progress takes twice so long as you suppose and is twice as onerous. The most important benefit you may give your self is to commit as a lot of your power, sources and focus to the precise content material itself moderately than the sugar excessive of piling up large follower and subscriber numbers which might be doubtless extra amount than high quality.”
Duly famous, Mr Morrissey. And with that, I’d like to begin Monday with a honest thank-you to these of you who’re studying.
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