It seems the thread that I wrote about products built for Notion took off... unexpectedly.
Like... it was x5 my expectations.
How I came to create this tweet was one of my Twitter friends was asking about the possibility of tracking visitors to her Notion page. I also remembered a few other tweets around Notion the past week. I kind of figured there seems to be some talks around Notion recently that I've seen from my Twitter feed.
So I thought I could create a thread about tools built for Notion to maximise anyone's Notion experience. There were plenty of threads like these but I didn't let that get to me. There are millions of people on Twitter, surely some of them might have missed out these thread.
Of course I put my own twist (in my own words) when I created the thread. I already created a Notion list of Notion tools (and experts) so it was easy for me to curate a thread.
And the rest was history. I wasn't looking to reach that many people. If I could reach 20 others (based on likes), that alone is great. But I forgot that the Twitter crowd loves a curated thread of things. And that if someone liked a tweet, their followers may see that too.
Pro tip: If you want to build your audience, curated threads might work. It isn't perfect all the time, because you probably need to meet some certain conditions like all the planets in our galaxy must be aligned at the same time. But it's worth a shot to try. And try, try, try again.