Micro-Chop has grown and evolved quite a bit since I started the initial Medium publication in the summer of 2016. The Twitter community recently eclipsed 6,000 members and the tweets sent from that account just broke 1,500,000 total unique impressions over the past 28 days.
Those numbers are simultaneously encouraging, mind-blowing, and terrifying. I just hope I can continue using the Twitter feed to share my own writing while signal boosting various artists and music journalists as best I can.
I owe an enormous debt of gratitude to every single person who helped me get this far. …
As you may already know, I started a Micro-Chop Substack newsletter in July. So far I have close to 800 free and paid subscribers. I’m trying to boost that number to over 1,000.
If you really love my writing and want to offer some financial support, I’m running a 40% off sale on subscriptions. For $3/month or $26/year you get brand new Micro-Chop articles sent directly to your inbox on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday of each week. If you sign up for a paid subscription you also get access to all archived Substack articles. Read a sample article here.
In its first six weeks the Micro-Chop Substack newsletter broke 500 total subscribers. This is very exciting news. People seem to love it so far and I love this new way of engaging my readers.
The unique hybrid of newsletter and website that Substack offers has certainly helped generate new interest in Micro-Chop while earning me some additional income for my hard work.
I’m very happy with the results and plan on putting the majority of my writing effort into freelancing and Substack moving forward — at least for the time being.
So far, I’ve written about