Recently I stumbled across Stephen Dalton’s article that provided recommendations on how to give a boost to your Medium income. The title intrigued me, and not because I thought of a potential monetary value (although that’s always nice). Instead, I took the perspective of seeing the opportunity for more readers, reaching a wider audience, and honing my skills in promoting my content in new ways.
How to Use Twitter, LinkedIn, ManyStories, and Signal to Boost Your Medium Income
As is true with all writing, you cannot expect hundreds and thousands of readers just because you wrote something…
One particular part of his article that captured my attention was about ManyStories.
My curiosity about the platform led me to two other great articles by Kelvin Pough giving some recommendations, tips, and insights about it.
Review: ManyStories off to great start
A place Medium writers should be sharing their articles
By this time, I had to take the next step and sign up as a user to see what I was potentially missing out on.
At first sight, I was a little confused by what I saw. Like all new things, after spending a little bit of time familiarizing myself with it, it made more sense.
The main page provided me with a few recommended articles to read. After opening one, I was pleased to see a Medium article. However…