It’ll allow the editorial community to develop meaningful ecosystem newsletter issues: which can be fragmented to various topics related to the ecosystem. Call them “issues” like Revue labels them.
If you’d like to learn more about Revue, check out their main website: https://www.getrevue.co, they have a lot of useful integrations i.e. cross-publishing, scheduling, social sharing etc.
Newsletter issues will be prominently featured on Zenon.Org. The idea behind the ZenonOrg brand is to develop marketing/distribution systems that’ll help grow the ecosystem.
Here are some screenshots of the Revue dashboard:
Thanks to the deep integration with Twitter, a subscribe call to action is prominently featured on the ZenonOrg handle:
As we roll out Zenon.Org + Attribute.me integration, editors will be given guidelines as to how external links (to funnels) should be generated for proper attribution/tracking, and be asked to collaborate with creatives to adhere to brand guidelines of the ZenonOrg brand to form styling unity.
An A-Z proposal can be developed by the contributing community. So without further ado, let’s build a shortlist of suitable editors which can each write their own “Issues”! I propose the editor of @THORNoobs, he’s done incredible work for the THORChain ecosystem and could write “Ecosystem Updates” issues, which would highlight a bit of everything going on in the community. Devs / infra editors can go deeper on individual topics re: code, infra etc.
@Shazz we can organize a space in the forums for editors to discuss and collaborate on pieces, where they can later publish via their Revue-permissioned accounts.