How To Boost Your Stories With 4-Wheel-Drive Traction

Darrin Atkins
5 min readFeb 10, 2024

Kick your earnings into overdrive now and climb the reading views mountain to glory

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  • Are you having doubts about your writing talent?
  • Do you wish your content had more success?
  • Are your earnings having a sub-par performance as slide down the writing leaderboard?

If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, then you could be in search of a content creator solution that’s waiting for you to find it.

4-Wheel-Drive

If you have ever driven in the snow in a mountain pass with two-wheel drive like I have, then you know the feeling of your vehicle going sideways or not moving at all.

It’s not fun having minimum power and trying to do maximum work. Just like a little compact car versus a vehicle with four-wheel drive, writers want both great fuel economy but plenty of power to get through the snow-covered highways.

What does that mean?

Often I find myself wanting to be as efficient as I can be as a writer but I also strive and hope for maximum views and engagement.

This could be possible. But you are going to need some traction to get where you want to go as a writer.

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Writing Traction

Success in this world is often about repeat business. That is what I consider traction for the writing community.

If you have content worth reading and worth sharing, that is likely to get you plenty of views and earnings too.

This morning I woke up and the first thing I did was grab my phone and look up a story I read the day before. I will not mention the name of the news site that hosted the article, other than to say it is well-known and they often create great content.

“I agree to read it again," I thought to myself.

After all, the piece was written really well and had a mystery component. There were clues in the story that gave insight to an interesting part of the world, and the writer created…

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Darrin Atkins

Medium writer and content producer. Tips and ideas for writing success. Suggestions for you to make more money this year. Ways to get inspired to write more now