Turning my Medium articles into lists

Helping myself stay organized and future readers find related content

Dr. Tracy Davis

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Up until recently, I didn’t utilize the list feature all that much. I will save stories and put them in private lists, like to-dos, inspiration, and to read. But, I didn’t have my own stories very organized.

What do I mean by lists? Check out this list of articles to get to know me better:

About Dr. Tracy Davis

52 stories
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Since May 27, 2022 when I first joined Medium, I have shared 154 articles. Now, for any new readers here, please know that I took about 100 posts, give or take, from my pre-existing blog, www.tracydeetips.com.

And if you’re thinking about joining Medium and already have a blog or content, then it’s the perfect place to join an engaging and supportive community.

It’s very possible to make money too. Not enough to pay the bills right off the bat, but it can add up over time. Especially if you utilize other methods like affiliate marketing and digital products.

Now, why did I decide to spend the time to organize my posts into topical lists? Well, a few reasons. And if you just want to see the lists and not read my reasoning, then scroll down and you’ll see all the topics I cover.

On to my reasons:

1) See what’s overcovered and undercovered

I’m still of the mindset that a niche is whatever you make for yourself and perhaps it’s just your personal brand. But, I do recognize the power of specialization when it comes to people seeing you as an “expert” or “voice” of a particular topic.

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Dr. Tracy Davis

Doctorate in Educational Leadership Multipassionate, Energy Healing, Productivity, travel, and personal development. https://linktr.ee/trayceedee