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Push, Pivot and don't give up!

The Creator Club Newsletter
Push, Pivot and don't give up!
By The Creator Club Newsletter • Issue #12 • View online
This month 👾 Hacking Social Platforms | Email Dumpster Fire | Emoji Domains | Do Things That Don’t Scale + loads more …
I’m Sam and welcome to my once-a-month newsletter. Each month I share the latest digital products, fascinating articles and resources from some of the best new and established online creatives.
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🆕 Updates
  • It’s been exactly 1 year since I launched this newsletter! 🎉Don’t worry, I’m not going to bore you with my reflection.
  • We had our first Creator Club virtual meetups last month. A huge shout out to everyone that attended. It was great to meet each of you and learn more about you and your interests. More virtual meetups coming soon.
  • These ones a biggy! I’m launching a new segment for the Creator Club newsletter called ‘Creator Cameo’. Once a month I will invite a creator/maker I follow and admire to take over this newsletter. I already have some incredible people lined up and can’t wait for the first one to land in your inbox shortly. Who would you like to see take over the newsletter?
Last months numbers:
📈 March: Subs 2,765 🔥 | Open Rate 44% | CTR 31%
Right, let’s get to it - time for this months roundup 👇

Cryptocurrency doesn’t have to be cryptic
📓 Articles
🔗 Links
📱 Products
🐦 Tweet of the month
Jack Butcher of Visualise Value shared this simple piece of advice that I couldn’t agree more with. Once you make your first $1 online it’s a game-changer. I would encourage everyone to try this. Getting your first sale provides a sense of validation and motivates you to find your next sale.
There has never been a better time to try than now.
Jack Butcher
A tiny goal that will change your life:

Make $1 on the internet. https://t.co/JPlJypuA4U
⚡️ Flashback
I’ll leave you with these Polaroids by Bill Atkinson’s (Apple principal designer and developer) documenting the design and development of the Apple Lisa user interface back in 1978.
Macintosh User Interface wasn’t designed all at once; it was actually the result of almost five years of experimentation and development.
I can help but think how much time would be saved prototyping in tools such as Figma nowadays. You can learn more about the Polaroids here.
That’s it for this month!
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Until next month,
Sam | @thisdickie 👨‍💻
P.S you can view all my past content in this Notion repo 🗄
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