Farewell readers

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I’ve been thinking about this for a while now.

I want to thank everyone who has allowed me into their inboxes for the last six months. I’ve enjoyed bringing you what’s been happening every week, and what it means for content creators and inbound marketers.

But I’m now in a different position than I was when I started this newsletter.

First, I’ve become increasingly jaded with the state of social media. X is an absolute joke, while Meta continues to prioritize profits over everything else. LinkedIn is becoming frighteningly more like Facebook every month as it continues to strive for some kind of relevancy beyond B2B sales messaging.

Honestly, Reddit is about the only platform I enjoy being on nowadays. Although their IPO and prioritization in Google search results has resulted in some unwelcome changes there too.

Second, I have a full-time job now taking up a lot more of my time and energy. Because there are only so many hours in the day, I’ve been forced to consider what I really want to focus on outside of my day job.

As it turns out, it’s not this!

For those looking for a replacement newsletter, I highly recommend Garbage Day if you aren’t already subscribed. Ryan Broderick writes insightful pieces about online culture weekly.

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All the best,


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