Considering the fact, that you have a business background, how is it possible that an article which was being prepared for two weeks, with 'proof of concept' done, in general, nothing more to say in this topic and it turns out that it gets through a smaller number of people than the one written in the evening, over the beer?
It's a good question. It's hard to know what people will respond to.
Just remember: sometimes startups raise tens of millions of dollars in VC and end up building something that no one wants. Then other side-projects occasionally come along and turn into massive businesses.
Maybe, to the extent possible, try testing the headlines and major ideas and gathering feedback before or during the writing process?
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