How to write a Substack newsletter really quickly and easily
Monday Muse #21 - Part two of the email course on using Substack to write your author newsletter and make semi-passive income
It’s week two of the mini email course on how to easily set up a Substack newsletter so you can start generating a semi-passive income and create a brilliant community for your writing.
Part one which covers what to write, and why you should be writing is here.
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So last week.
You will now have a list of topic ideas that you want to write about, you should know exactly who you’re writing to and why your doing this whole thing and have a bank of stuff you’re itching to get working on, but…
DON’T START WRITING YET!
We want writing our Substack newsletter to be as easy and as painless as possible.
We also want it to have a fantastic rank on search engines so that it continues to work for us and bring in new subscribers.
Here’s how to do both of those things really easily.
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