Why Do I Keep Writing About ManyStories?
It’s the coffee.
Well, it’s the coffee I’m drinking. And paying for.
That coffee is seemingly neverending and it fuels my content creation.
Or, well, maybe.
I write about my adventures on ManyStories every single week.
This past week, I was the number two top writer — with 11 stories shared.
The number one writer had 53.
Guess I need EVEN more coffee.
Still, I share each week about ManyStories and how it seems to be helping my Medium journey.
And by seems, I mean the stats show these stories do get Medium readers.
Medium read time = money.
So, yes, it’s the money. Probably about $5 of my earnings this month will come from stories about ManyStories.
The coffee I buy costs $8 a bag and lasts through the work week. So, one month of ManyStories stories — that’s 4 per month — gets me through almost a whole week of coffee.
That’s the secret.
So, yeah, I share at ManyStories on a regular basis — and there’s been a slow, steady uptick in reads on my Medium stories.
Plus, the many ManyStories stories mean more money.
My goal: Earn enough writing about sharing at ManyStories to buy a whole bag of coffee.
But why stop there?
Eventually, sharing at ManyStories will give me enough material to buy coffee for an entire month.
What if I drank all that coffee in a week? Maybe then, I’d quadruple my production.
The possibilities are endless.