I was wondering how to write compelling content for the Internet. So I came to this post entitled "How to write compelling content for the Internet", but all I found here was someone wondering how to write compelling content for the Internet.
No, now my head hurts too.
But okay. I won't leave you high and dry. As soon as someone figures out how to write compelling content for the Internet I will immediately post it here as a blog post called "How to write compelling content for the Internet".
Not everyone considers the same things "compelling". For instance some extremely idiosyncratic types love all that self reflexive, hall of mirrors, fourth wall breaking puzzle type content. But it's not popular and thus so hard to find that fans of stuff like that end up having to write it themselves.
You like that kind of thing?
Well, if I come across any I'll post it under the title "How to write compelling content for the Internet".
Keep a close eye out.
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