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    • The Missed Details Facebook page. This will mostly be announcements of new articles. I’m not very active on Facebook, but lots and lots of other people are. I thought this would be the best social media alternative for announcing new articles.
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If you join Patreon at the Entrepreneur Tier at $10/month, you’ll get an additional restricted forum where you can suggest and/or vote on articles I write next. It’s an easy way to have me answer questions related to your business or research questions you might have about running a business. When I finish writing, you’ll get priority access to the article, so you won’t have to wait for actual publication, which might be a month or two down the road.