I analyzed about 200 #BuildInPublic twitter accounts, collected the best practices of #BuildingInPublic and grouped them into categories. Hope you find it useful.
Glossy stories repel. And do you remember at least one popular film without overcoming problems and difficulties? Great tool for building trust, and relationships.
Creating something creates a new experience that changes us and the way we work, it's a great thing to share.
Interactivity is a great opportunity to captivate readers.
Here we are not talking about questions to engage the audience, but to find expertise for your project - involve in the product, not in the tweet.
Most of the work on the product is not visible to customers, but this does not mean that it should not be shown.
Life is not always a routine, unusual events or experiments are a great opportunity to share them
Tell about your feelings about creating something.Creation is always a gamut of emotions.
Dry numbers are not catchy, but how you achieved this is a completely different story.
Do not tell what you did, tell what it will give to the user
Moving forward, we often see and feel the hidden side.
#BuildinPublic is a great opportunity to show it.
Thor has a hammer, Captain America has a shield, but what do you have?
People get tired of trends, an anti-trend opinion based on your experience will allow you to develop credibility
We all have ups and downs. This is completely normal and part of the creation of any product
Give readers an opportunity to learn from your experience
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