700+ Newsletter Subscribers and 500 Twitter Likes

Launching Zero to Sold on Twitter has been awesome. The Twitter post has 500 likes at this point, has been retweeted many times, and I have received incredibly useful feedback.

For some reason, my Reddit post got removed by the admins, but it got a few good views before that. Ah well, that's Reddit, I suppose.

The surge of views to the blog also caused a spike in newsletter signups. From the 600ish I had last week, over a hundred new founders joined the newsletter subscriber base over the last few days.

Here are the 700 sub stats.

All in all, quite a few wonderful days.

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    This is impressive. What’s your next goal? And how can we support?

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      Thank you! My next goal is to finish Zero to Sold, to write an article for every single section of the guide.

      You can support me by subscribing to my newsletter and sharing both the link to the guide and to the newsletter with other founders you think might enjoy it.

  2. 1

    Arvid, so impressed with how much valuable content you give away for free on your site. It's a bold move and I'm glad it's paying off for you!

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      Thanks! At this point, I am not looking for a way to make a quick buck, so I have no problem giving stuff away. I've come to understand and respect the time that more experienced founders have put into educating others over the years, and I am trying to imitate them.

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