If you're participating in the ship30for30 challenge by Dickie Bush and Nicolas Cole, then you've most likely got a whole lot of atomic essays on Twitter.
Twitter is great for building engagement and distribution as well as testing out the ideas in your essays. But if you want a place where you can house all your essays in one easy place, then the Ship30 Notion Library Template is for you.
I created this notion template as an extension of my blog which is already in Notion. It allowed me to see my library of content growing every day as well as all the different topics that I was writing about.
Here's how it works:
1. Each day you create an atomic essay as well as uploading it to Twitter you'll create a new entry in your library and add the image and the link to the tweet.
2. As you add daily entries they are added to your gallery, so you can scroll through and see the progress you have made visually.
3. You can use the in-built Notion share button to create a link that you can share with people so they can view your whole library.
Twitter is still the best place to share and test the ideas in your atomic essays. So this template doesn't replace what you're already doing, it's simply one central place where you can watch your library grow.