Commandment #6 Thou shalt own thine own platform. - Deepstash
Commandment #6 Thou shalt own thine own platform.

Commandment #6 Thou shalt own thine own platform.

Build your platform on land you own. You you own your digital land when you can move without consequences.

  • Own Your Website
  • Own Your Email List


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