Why are so many newsletter startups launching exclusively in cities?
The King of Random had 8 million YouTube subscribers when Grant Thompson suddenly decided he didn't want to create videos anymore.
A very small subset of your newsletter readers will pay you for content.
Some YouTubers are now spending millions of dollars a year hiring out staff and building infrastructure.
Nearly every creator platform takes a cut of revenue, but are they providing commensurate value?
It's getting really difficult to reproduce the success of Morning Brew or theSkimm.
The platform charges a creator's audience a monthly subscription fee and allows for back-and-forth discussion.
And can it succeed on Substack?
Star journalists generate six figure revenue within weeks after launching on Substack, but that's not the reality for most writers.
Politico Playbook was almost a decade ahead of its time.
New data shows that Joe Rogan's influence decreased after he pulled his podcast from other apps.
The publisher intentionally stayed small, choosing to focus mostly on his website and podcast.