“Emails written at a 3rd grade level were optimal. They provided a whopping 36% life over emails written at a college reading level and 17% higher response rate than emails written at even a high school reading level.”
“The incidence of lung cancer increased by 16% in the group given vitamin supplements.”
“On Facebook, what you click on, what you share with your ‘friends’ shapes your profile, preferences, affinities, political opinions, and your vision of the world. The last thing Facebook wants is to contradict you in any way. The sanction would be immediate: you’d click/share much less; even worse, you might cut your session short.”
“Let the dealerships compete against each other to offer you the lowest possible price.”
“We have to learn to scare ourselves a little bit every day and embrace that.”
“Most people born between the early 1980s and late 1990s didn’t graduate from college, aren’t living in a city, and generally hate being called ‘Millennials.’”
“You will never be prepared for anything you do, ever. Not the first time. Training and practice are out the window the second they meet experience. But you’ll get better.”
“Cats, food, fashion, nature, portraits, sunsets, selfies. Whichever you select, your photos need to be centered around that topic. Consistency is key.”
“Approximately 45 percent of everything we do on a daily basis is driven by our habits.”
My writing attracted 124,381 views on Medium in the last 30 days.
That’s amazing and made me pause to consider how it happened.
The attention I earned was a result of how I approached earning it.
Here’s what I did and how a similar approach can help you earn attention for your creations— whether they live on Medium or elsewhere.