100 True Fanatics

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10 years ago, Kevin Kelly said that if 1000 true fans supported your work, and each paid you $100 a year, you could earn a living, not a fortune. But the internet is different today.

  • People are overwhelmed by information overload
  • Their inboxes are flooded with blogs, podcasts, and newsletters, and their social feeds are flooded with an infinite stream of status updates

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