Letters for Creatives #25: Clubhouse and more resources for creators
Plus: Chrome extensions you do not want to miss
Hello, I am Celeste. Welcome all the subscribers, old and new. Each week I write about marketing, creativity, writing and topics that interest me. You can read my first and second interview with self-published authors. You can read the archive as well. Feel free to reply to this email with your thoughts or comments.
Get inspired by March prompts, write a poem or prose and get featured. You will have a chance to get your writing featured in March after you sign up. You will receive a poetry book and Spotify playlist for your writing sessions from me when you sign up.
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I have heard about Clubhouse for about a month. It has been a great resource for me to learn from people who have much more experience on the topics I want to learn. I have been in Clubhouse rooms that focus on marketing, creator economy, meditation and so on.
Instagram is pretty fast to stay on top of competition. Look at Instagram reels and now there is Instagram live rooms, which allows you to go live with 3 guests. I am looking forward to how the writing community would use this new feature and have more discussion and real-time interaction.
Social media tools
IFTTT helps you to post content across multiple social media platforms. You can use up to 3 for free. You can build your platforms at the same time while saving your time.
There are a few Chrome extensions that I use for a year that I find useful. People using Vivaldi web browser will not have problem using them. I wrote about Vivaldi last year.
Mailtrack notifies you when the person read the email that I sent last year. It has greatly helps me reduce my anxiety when I stop overthinking about it.
GoFullPage lets you capture the entire screen, from the top to bottom. You no longer need to screen capture 20 times before you go over to the cross and quit.
Session Buddy has been a lifesaver for me so many times. I am the kind of person who never charges the phone or laptop until it is at 1%. Session Buddy helped me recover 28 tabs (in one window, maybe you know that I am tab hoarder by now) after a crash. You can save the tabs to one place.
I do not know what happens to me with the humour but let me know if you like it by replying to this email or fill in the questionnaire.
Sign up for free if you want your poem or prose to be featured in March, get a free poetry book Magic in the Mundane and a playlist for your writing sessions.
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Until next time,
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