September 27, 2020

Soft launch on Twitter

Thomas Alan Smilie @tasmilie

I created a Twitter channel @whynocode and made the channel header a graphic that said coming August 2020 “Launch Your Idea.”
When I was ready to launch, I changed the header graphic from "Coming August 2020" to "Launch You Idea." and then promoted the new site and Twitter channel to the #NoCode community..

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    suggest making this a paid SLACK community & Newsletter

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      Interesting 🤔 idea Jason. Gears are turning. What would you want to see in the newsletter?

      Thank you for commenting and brainstorming.

      1. 2 to see what my team is doing

        paid SLACK is a killer idea... see for an example.

        $25 a month to be part of community that shares tips, has jam sessions, etc is well worth it

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          Really like what you’re doing with thanks for the tips. I subscribed to your NoCode newsletter too. Some great tips and ideas here that have me thinking differently about

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