If you target wrong keywords, no matter how good your content is, you will not rank. Follow my 3 tips to find underserved KWs: pic.twitter.com/hv7JPgNHJV
Is there a service where you can upload Twitter threads and tag them in some way? Basically to create a structured and search-able database of knowledge? Maybe this is possible to do somewhat easily with @reflectnotes ? Anyone have ideas? I’d like to do this
Idea for improving next-gen search 100x: The single most valuable signal of perceived authority on a topic is people *I've already chosen to follow* on social / podcasts / youtube. Give me specific, relevant answers generated from people I've explicitly opted into trusting. 🔥
Is there an optimistic/factual news stack? Friends I trust the most read the FT + private Twitter lists, any other suggestions? Like Our World in Data but daily/weekly highlights.
Google search is becoming one of those dying malls. You still go there out of habit, but once you get there, none of it is what you want. You can remember when it was a useful place to visit, but now it's weirdly hollow and you leave without getting what you came for
“Someone should create a @github but for books — with built in subscription incentives for an author to continuously update a book to make it a lifelong project”. — @lexfridman Wow. Brilliant idea. YES please. Someone should build this … pic.twitter.com/fsF4AJYbcL
- Sounds like what we spoke about with the idea of streaming and subscribing
Being "good" at social apps pic.twitter.com/iRiKyPpiqQ
- Very similar to what I'd mentioned about one of the levers we have to pull being "mimesis" and the importance of having the profile look good by default
We're shifting from a just-in-case world to a just-in-time world. Example: We used to learn something in case it was on the test. Now, we learn something just in time to apply it to one of our projects.
We’re excited to share koodos labs 🧵👇 koodoslabs.xyz 💥 pic.twitter.com/X6qvP2xWFl
SEO tip #91: How to detect low-competition keywords: 1. User-generated content (e.g., Quora, Reddit) at the top of the search result page. 2. Little or no "authoritative" sites (e.g., Wikipedia, Forbes) are ranking. 3. The searcher's intent isn't fulfilled.
DocArray is a library for nested, unstructured data such as text, image, audio, video, 3D mesh. It allows deep learning engineers to efficiently process, embed, search, recommend, store, transfer the data with Pythonic API. @JinaAI_ github.com/jina-ai/docarr… pic.twitter.com/vwMP0G5Eeo
The Internet's recency bias is bad for humanity. Our social media feeds prioritize recency over quality, which robs us of wisdom and makes us obsessed with the news. How to improve the Internet:
Google search will be disrupted by a collection of aggregators vs. a single search engine - 40% of people aged between 18 to 24 go to TikTok or Instagram when looking for a place to lunch vs. Google Search or Maps - 55% of all product searches begin on Amazon
Google feels completely broken right now. I remember there was a fairly popular blogger who let his readers vote on the country he moves to next. Was curious what he's up to these days but forgot his name. Gave up searching after wasting 20 minutes on Google. pic.twitter.com/asT8H3Ilfw
This quality of search results doesn't seem sustainable.... pic.twitter.com/CXq4im4sRf
A recent small medical issue has highlighted how much someone needs to disrupt Google Search. Google is no longer producing high quality search results in a significant number of important categories.
Feels like StumbleUpon + web3 might be an idea worth revisiting.
Project = Company Creator = Founder DAO = Management Collector = Shareholder NFTs = Shares JPEG = Stock Certificate Roadmap = 10-K Utility = Product Community= Marketing Royalties = Revenue Token = Dividend
If you curate your feed correctly Twitter has 100x the insights per hour of any other platform (books included). The best way to make this happen is to follow people who are A) experienced and B) post very disciplined and direct content on Twitter. A list of the best:
Website Idea: YouTube Videos Notes Read the top insights, takeways from the best YouTube videos on startup, product, finance, crypto etc
7) If the user was looking for information on the app itself, how to integrate 2 specific apps, or learn more about each app to app use case, Zapier had a landing page ready to capture their intent. This led to a TON of landing pages. 25K pages ranking in the top 100 on Google pic.twitter.com/nBT5UJggOx
Brands usually suck at social media. But some don't... and I found em. Here's 10 of the best with examples of how they do it👇
Request for Startup: Personal Content Warehouse (for prolific content creators) inspired by @simonw's work on the Personal Data Warehouse. Could also simply offer PDW-as-a-Service. considering doing this as a side proj 🤔 pic.twitter.com/2oBk3vdQKn
Interesting idea from the creator perspective
Twitter should have an “I love this idea” feature. It’s a special category for tweets you want to see repeatedly. Right now, too many of the best tweets are forgotten. -@david_perell
Blogs aren't dead! I've surveyed 200+ people about this. Here are the 38 most beloved blogs on Twitter:
Last week, I asked my followers to share their favorite Twitter threads I receive tons of wonderful replies and read through them all Here are 31 amazing threads that are well worth your time ⬇️
When reading an article makes you feel dumb, you’re probably reading a mediocre article. A good article makes the reader feel like they can understand anything.
My favorite Charlie Munger quote pic.twitter.com/m3N0L7iBj6
What are the best Twitter threads you've ever read?
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