One of the best and my favorite writer Zat Rana isn’t on any social media, last time I checked.
So far so, he isn’t even on Medium anymore.
(These are the perks you afford when you’re great at what you do.)
Zat’s writing has a certain momentum that feels like you are going someplace new. Though he is rarely talking about anything new that you’ve never experienced before.
Because he is mostly reviewing the experiences that all of us had experienced at least once in our tiny lifetimes.
Now, enough with the writing critiques. Onto the meaty part:
We are undoubtedly living in the most surreal of times owing to the internet.
With so much information on hand, it’s hard to not find even the most obscure of the topics online.
But as with any good thing, the internet comes with its own shortcomings.
From trollers to scammers to — the worst — “experts”: not everyone is as good at what they do as Zat, yet they fake their appearances like one.
(I know some friends who are irked seeing so much dumb information getting millions of impressions that rarely help anybody in the long term. And yet, because of the views it get copied zillions of times by get-rich-fast crooks.)
For instance. Think of the low-life copy-cats who plagiarizes a ranking blog on social media until the original blog loses its essence and now nobody gives a flying funk about it no more.
This is the vicious cycle that I want to avoid… thus my contempt for social media.
I’m not sure how bombarding my senses with random info can help me?
It never did.
But I’m sure how reading focused content on a certain topic helps me.
So, if you want to read filtered, non-plagiarized content on copywriting, marketing, and writing. Head on to my site and see if it make sense being in my email list: