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For the Creators, Makers & Doers - CMMN WLTH 031
Hello my friends,
How’s it going?
A few updates this week —
CMMN WLTH has acquired some internet real estate.
I picked up a dedicated domain: www.cmmnwlth.io
.io domain names are popular in the tech world and I went with it as loosely it means input/output which is the essence of this project.
Please bookmark it, link to it and share it with your most curious friends and colleagues.
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I’ve also sharpened the format slightly.
Continuing to “build in public”, I dropped the analytics into the footer and added back Classifieds — If you’re hiring, looking to mentor, or looking for a mentor I welcome you to post it here. Simply reply to this e-mail with the details.
As always, I appreciate your time and attention. I hope you continue to find these notes useful.
Let's get into it ↓
Job Opportunity: Craig Black Design - Design Assistant / Graphic Designer
Location: Greenock, Scotland.
Reply to this e-mail to submit a mentorship or job opportunity.
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Out of Office
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Last Week's Numbers
Building in public:
Weekly subscribers: 146 (-)
Open rate: 47%
Twitter followers: 22
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