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Start writing online in 30 days

Ship 30 for 30 is a cohort-based course that has taught over 4,000 students the fundamentals of writing on the internet.

But unlike other writing courses, you won’t learn passively – you’ll create 30 pieces of published writing, build lifelong friendships, and leave with a new perspective for what is possible online.

Stop overthinking.
Finally start writing in 2022.

 

Quiz: Is Ship 30 for 30 right for you?

Ship 30 for 30 By Dickie BushHave you wanted to start writing online, but aren’t sure the first step to take? Ship 30 for 30 By Dickie BushHave you started writing online, but now feel stuck? Ship 30 for 30 By Dickie BushDo you have plenty of ideas, but struggle to put yourself out there?
Are you overwhelmed with the number of different platforms, topics, and strategies out there for writing online? Are you hacking away at blog posts, publishing into the void, never gaining any traction? Do you find yourself creating draft after draft, never hitting publish?

If any of these sound familiar…

Then Ship 30 for 30 was built for you.

 

What our 4,000+ Alumni Shippers are saying…

 

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If you’ve always wanted to start writing for yourself but came up with every excuse under the sun, Ship 30 for 30 is for you.

I went from thinking I never had the “time” to write to publishing every day. It was a transformational experience and it teaches you more about yourself than you could possibly imagine.

At the end of the challenge, I’d gained 3,000+ Twitter followers. More importantly, I left with a newfound sense of confidence, stronger writing capabilities, and lifelong connections.
I have found Ship 30 for 30 to be a transformative experience. I truly mean that. And it’s such a wild thing. How simple yet how profound this simple act can be.

But I’m left more energized than ever before, more creative, and more clear in thought than ever before.

For the first time ever, I feel excited to sit down for 45 minutes, completely uninterrupted, and doing nothing except for think and write.

 

An immersive course teaching you the fundamentals of writing online.

A community of like-minded thinkers.

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The constraints you need to finally start writing consistently.

All beginner writers face the same 10 problems:

If you’re reading this, chances are one (or more) of these problems are keeping you up at night (and keeping you from writing online). 

And chances are, you know you should be writing – which is why you’re on this page in the first place.

Whether it’s to improve your thinking, accelerate your career trajectory, or help you quit that job you hate, writing is something that’s been on your list for a while. ‍

  • Distractions
  • Over-editing
  • Perfectionism
  • Procrastination
  • Self-confidence
  • Generating ideas
  • Impostor syndrome
  • Writing consistently
  • Choosing a platform
  • Finding time to write

The accountability you’ve been missing.

Maybe you’ve tried writing before. But, time and time again, you fall off. Something comes up. What starts off exciting becomes too difficult. And before you know it, you’re back to square one.

But this is because there was no accountability.‍You tried to start writing on your own, almost doomed from the beginning.

But Ship 30 for 30 solves that problem. You write alongside hundreds of other writers all with the same goal as you: to start writing and publishing consistently.This creates accountability unlike anything you’ve ever experienced.
Writing alone is hard

Writing with a community is easy

Demolish your bad writing habits.

There are 3 killers of great writing.

Bad Habit #1: Overthinking So many talented writers think success is about having the best ideas. It’s not. We have learned the best ideas come as a RESULT of producing a TON of ideas. Which means not overthinking the process.
Bad Habit #2:
Over-editing
Have you ever re-written and edited a piece of work for so long, you started to hate it? This is one of the most common challenges among writers. They spend so long on a piece of writing that by the time they “finish” it, they hate it—and then never end up publishing it as a result.
Bad Habit #3:
Falling out of practice
As soon as you skip a day of writing, it becomes easier the next day to skip again. Skip enough days in a row, and you’ll forget you ever had a daily writing habit in the first place. Getting started (or started “again”) is the HARDEST part for writers.

 

Stop publishing into the void.

Ship 30 for 30 By Dickie BushThe biggest mistake early writers make? Publishing weekly blog posts into the void. In the beginning, you think you know what you want to write about, and you think you know what people want to read.

But newsflash: you don’t.

With this assumption, early writers enter a sloth-like feedback loop, which makes writing consistently impossible.

Instead, you want to make noise and listen for signal.
By writing 30 essays in 30 days, you work through months worth of ideas. And by leveraging platform algorithms like Twitter, you get immediate feedback on your writing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stop lurking.
Start creating.

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Let’s be honest.

If you’re reading this, you know you should be writing online. Since “start writing” found its way onto your to-do list, you’ve seen dozens of others do it successfully, building audiences, launching businesses, and unlocking new opportunities in the process.

But for some reason or another, you’ve been putting it off. And it’s probably some combination of procrastination, perfectionism, the fear of hitting publish, or thinking you have nothing worth saying.

Luckily, Ship 30 will get you to the other side. From lurker to contributor. From consumer to creator. And once you make the leap, you’ll never look back.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No more blinking cursor on a blank page.

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If this feeling sounds familiar, you’re not alone.

In fact, you’re just like the 1,408 other writers who joined Ship 30 for 30.

Well, you’re like they used to be.

Because within days of joining Ship 30, the problem goes from having nothing to write about to having too many ideas to write about (which is a good problem to have).

How? Using our Endless Idea Generator.

 

 

 

Publish 30 pieces of written content in 30 days.

Ship 30 for 30 By Dickie BushWriting weekly blog posts is the worst thing you can do in your first year of writing.

Slaving over a hot keyboard just to publish something that six people (three of which are your family members) will read?

No thanks.

Instead, you should start smaller with Atomic Essays. Short, single ideas expressed in under 250 words. And instead of writing weekly, you should write them daily – every day for 30 days.

During Ship 30 for 30, you’ll write 30 Atomic Essays in 30 days, just like this one.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Build an audience.
Build a business.
Build authority.
Build a library of content.

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Writing online opens up limitless opportunities.

We’ve had students go on to build audiences with thousands of raving fans. Others went on to launch courses, eBooks, newsletters, and their own businesses. And some have gone on to become published authors (from the content they created during Ship 30 for 30!)

Whatever your goals are for writing online, Ship 30 will get you there, faster.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Form lifelong friendships with like-minded thinkers.

“I came for the writing, but I stayed for the community.”
Writing on the internet can feel lonely. But, it doesn’t have to be.

Welcome to Ship 30 for 30

Here’s how it works

Learn the fundamentals of digital writing

On the surface, Ship 30 for 30 is a course teaching you how to write effectively on the internet.

Upon joining, you’ll unlock a 4-week curriculum packed with frameworks that guarantee you become a prolific digital writer.

  • 📹 8 Live Sessions covering everything you need to know to write effectively on the internet
  • 🧨 BONUS ACCESS to all prior Ship 30 for 30 live session recordings (over 100 hours of content)
  • 📺 16 recorded modules digging deeper into the frameworks introduced in the live sessions (over 20 hours of recording you have access to forever)
  • ✍🏼 Templates, examples, and swipe files for you to download and use (that will save you hours of headache in the future)

Put your learnings into practice by writing and publishing every day for 30 days

Other writing courses charge you thousands of dollars, only to wave their hands in the air with “theory.”

And by the end, you leave with a bunch of notes that sit in a folder for eternity. Meanwhile, you’re still confused and unsure about the next step to take.

But Ship 30 for 30 is about moving quickly, taking action, and keeping a tight feedback loop.

You will write and publish an Atomic Essay (a short, 250-word essay on a single idea), every day for 30 days, all from your very own Social Blog (that you create during your first week).

In just 30 days, you’ll build an entire library of content that serves as the foundation for months, if not years of future content.

And by writing and publishing every day, you’ll demolish your perfectionism, impostor syndrome, and fear of hitting the publish button.

Immerse yourself in a diverse community of other writers, all on the same journey as you

Writing online doesn’t have to be lonely.

But for most beginner writers, it certainly feels that way.

Which is why Ship 30 for 30 is the best onboarding program to writing online.

Other writing courses encourage you to write weekly blog posts into the void – and as a result you hear the sad crickets of indifference from the internet.

But in Ship 30, you’ll surround yourself with like-minded people with the same goal as you: to start writing more and publishing more consistently.

  • ⏳ Every age, from college students to working professionals to retired individuals and everything in between
  • 💼 Every profession, every socioeconomic background, and every possible life perspective
  • 🌎 67 different countries, every continent and every time zone

Ahoy From Your Ship 30 Captains!

 

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Ahoy! I started writing online in January of 2020 – and doing so is by far the best decision I’ve ever made. 

But for the first 9 months, I was spinning my wheels. I followed all of the conventional advice: “write a weekly blog post on your website so you can own your platform, write about only things you want to write about” and all of that other common advice.

The problem? There was no feedback loop. The weekly cadence was too slow to work through all of the ideas in my head. And since barely anyone was reading them, I had no clue what I could improve or what my readers were looking for.

So I needed to try something radically different. If I was going to keep writing, I needed to tighten my feedback loops.

This meant going from publishing 1000-word weekly blog posts to posting short, 250-word posts.

And instead of publishing into the void of my own blog, I would post them on Twitter, where I knew there was aggregated attention.

And so off I went. I challenged myself to write and publish something daily, every day for 30 days. 28 days in, the results were pretty good.

My perfectionism? Squashed. My writing speed? 10x faster. My feedback loops? And damn it felt good to work through the backlog of ideas in my head.

And during my personal 30 day challenge, I grew my audience by over 500%. I made my first dollar on the internet. And I woke up every morning excited to write, publish, and improve.

Turns out there was something to this writing and publishing every day idea. I knew there had to be thousands of others out there who were facing the same creative friction as me, and this idea could help them burst through it.

So I sent a tweet to my nascent following of 500 people.

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Six days after that tweet, we had 50 people in a Slack channel and we were off and running. Every person committing to writing and publishing every day for 30 days. Learning, iterating, building friendships, and having a damn good time doing it.

Nine months and 1,800 students later, Ship 30 for 30 has evolved from a Slack channel to an immersive, cohort-based writing course and community.

Cole and I have packed everything we know about building habits and writing online into over 20 hours of curriculum.

We’ve built templates and guides to help anyone, no matter their level of experience, start writing online. And we’ve built a rich, diverse community of like-minded writers and thinkers.

I can attribute every good thing in the last 18 months of my life to writing every day. I’ve gotten to meet and connect with people I used to idolize. And best of all, I’ve helped over 1,800 people experience the benefits that come with writing online.

And the best part of this whole thing? Ship 30 for 30 is just getting started.

And we’d love to have you on board.

Ahoy! As a teenager, I had one of the first e-famous gaming blogs on the Internet. 

I went on to study creative writing, fiction writing, and literature in college. But when I graduated, I had no idea how I was going to turn this passion of mine for writing into a career.

I took a job as an entry-level copywriter at a local advertising agency in downtown Chicago, but that’s not what I really wanted to do.

I wanted to write books. I wanted to share my own thoughts and ideas with the world (not write social media copy for pizza chains and coconut water brands).

So, in an attempt to build myself as a writer in the digital age, I gave myself a goal.

I challenged myself to write every single day, on a website called Quora, for a year straight.

Best-case scenario, I would experience some sort of life-changing result and my writing would take off.

Worst-case scenario, I’d spend a year doing something I already loved and enjoyed, which was writing.

Well, writing every single day on Quora changed the entire trajectory of my life.

I ended up accumulating millions of views on my writing. In fact, one of my Quora answers ended up on the front page of Reddit, accumulating over 1,000,000 views in 48 hours.

By 2015, I was the #1 most-read writer on all of Quora (out of 200 million users).

And by 2016, I was invited to have my own column with Inc Magazine—where I wrote 400+ columns for the publication exclusively and became one of their Top 10 most-read contributing writers.

By the end of 2016, 3 short years after writing every single day on Quora, I successfully quit my job as a copywriter and began freelance writing for founders, CEOs, and venture capitalists.

By 2017, I had built a multimillion-dollar ghostwriting agency employing a dozen writers and editors, ghostwriting on behalf of hundreds of industry leaders.

And by 2020, I had turned everything I’d learned about writing online into a book, called The Art and Business of Online Writing.This brings us back to the beginning of the story.

By the time Dickie and I met, and I gave Ship 30 for 30 a try, I knew the importance of building a daily writing habit.

Why?

Because building daily writing habit was how I got my start as a writer. Challenging myself to write and publish something, anything, on Quora, every single day for a year, changed my life.

And I knew what Dickie was building had the potential to change other people’s lives too.

And the rest is history.

Combined with Dickie’s incredible idea for a cohort-based learning experience for writers, I brought in 10+ years of online writing insight to create a curriculum for anyone looking to get STARTED.

It had taken me years to learn many of these lessons on my own. But in Ship 30 for 30, we believed we will shorten your growth curve down to just 30 days.

Stop overthinking.
Finally start writing in 2022.

Question for you…

Do you struggle to write consistently, starting out with great ambition but then falling off?

Or do you find yourself overthinking every piece, held back by a frustrating perfectionism that keeps you from hitting publish?

Maybe you’re familiar with the dread of the blank page and the blinking cursor staring back at you?

Or perhaps you spend time “planning” to write by researching the newest tools, note-taking systems, and platforms?

You’re not alone.

In fact, you’re just like the 2,000+ Ship 30 for 30 alumni used to be – before they joined.

And after going through Ship 30, these problems became a thing of the past.

And from there, some went on to launch products, build businesses, and monetize their expertise.

Others have built audiences of raving fans, become leaders in their industries, and accelerated their career trajectories.‍

And you’re one click away from making the commitment to yourself to finally start writing online.

What Alumni Shippers are saying…

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Want to see some of our frameworks in action?

Check out our recent webinars!

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Stop overthinking.
Finally start writing in 2022.

One last thing…

If you’re down here, you might be thinking… is this really worth it?

And sure – you could go and stitch together all of the glorious free content we’ve put out there on all things digital writing. And you could use all that content to try and start writing on your own.

But I’m guessing that if you’re on this page, and you’ve read this far, you’ve tried something like this before.

And the results… well… they’re not what you’ve been hoping for.

And since “start writing” entered your to-do list (likely long ago), you’ve probably seen dozens of other people do it successfully, building audiences and businesses in the process.

So here we are, 2022 already flying by. That blank page and crisp fresh start just a little bit away.

Now, wouldn’t it be magical to look back at the end of 2022, pointing to this exact moment, this exact decision, as the thing that led to an incredible, lifechanging year?

A new business, a new career, new friendships, a completely new personal trajectory, all of these are possible – all from the simple habit of writing online.

And it can all start right here, right now.

Ship 30 for 30 By Dickie Bush & Nicolas Cole, what is it included (Content proof: Watch here!)

  • Welcome
  • Onboarding Day 1 – Build Your Daily Writing Habit
  • Onboarding Day 2 – Launch Your Social Blog
  • Onboarding Day 3 – Start Building Lifelong Friendships
  • Onboarding Day 4 – Gathering Baseline Analytics
  • Onboarding Day 5 – Time to Set Sail!
  • Week 1 – How The Game Of Online Writing Works
  • Week 2 – Headlines, Structure, Etc
  • Week 3 – Maximizing Engagement
  • Week 4 – Intro to Category Creation
  • Resources
  • Replay Vault