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Nathan Baschez shared his experience in online writing over the years:
- Each article has thrust and drag: thrust is what attracts readers, such as creativity, reasoning, and so on; drag is what makes an article unattractive, such as spelling errors and factual errors.
- To make an article widely spread, the thrust should exceed the drag as much as possible.
- What do readers want to know? This is the most difficult part of writing an article. If you can solve this problem, you don't have to worry about your article not being spread.
- If you want readers to keep reading your article, your article should be as profound as possible.
- Instead of finding ideas that meet readers' expectations, it is better to find questions that make you curious, which is easier to stick to.
- To make the article more profound, in the drafting stage, we need to ask ourselves, what is the central question that this article wants to answer?
- The most common mistake in writing is a sudden turning point without any connection.
- Obtaining feedback from readers is also very important. Nathan set up four options (Awesome, Boring, Confusing, Disagree/don't believe) for readers to choose.
- Setting a writing deadline is a good source of motivation, and creating a regularly published email newsletter is a good choice.
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Nathan Baschez 分享了他多年来的网络写作经验：
- 每一篇文章都有 thrust 和 drag: thrust 是让文章吸引读者的地方，比如创意，道理等等；而 drag 是文章不吸引人的地方，比如各种拼写错误，各种事实错误等等。
- 要想一篇文章被广泛传播，就要让 thurst 尽可能超过 drag。
- 获得读者的反馈也非常重要，Nathan 设置了 ABCD 四个选项让读者选择：1. Awesome 2. Boring 3. Confusing 4. Disagree/don’t believe
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