Every day for the last 50 days, I made a short video explaining one key concept, from fundamentals to specific frameworks and tools.
Here they are, all in one mega-thread.
– over-focus on standalone tweets
– unprofessional demeanor
– inconsistent posting
Fix these, and you’ll have dealt with the majority of your potential pitfalls.
Let them find you.
Making sure you have an eye on your mental health and stepping away when you need it is paramount to long-term success.
The more you focus on maintaining a high-quality audience, the better your opportunities. This will take some pruning.
But we don’t have to. Here’s my process.
Why? Because it happens in the context of other, bigger audiences. Here is how you tap into that potential.
That depends on the kind of tweeting we’re talking about. My general rule is: limit standalone tweets and engage as much as you can.
Here are the details.
Scheduling tweets is great, and you can prepare your content —intentionally and purposefully— ahead of time.
Not anymore. Sometimes, this ultimate act of disconnection is required to improve your overall audience quality.
Here is how I use it and when.
Here is how I find and handle them.
That’s a self-limiting belief: hundreds, if not thousands of people out there could learn a lot from what you consider banal or uninteresting.
The shape and impact of your content depend on how well you understand your roles.
Find a niche, cater to their specific needs, and expand later. A niche audience will be much easier to build.
Feel free to retweet the original tweet all the way at the top if you think these videos are valuable.
But there is more! 30 more, in fact.
Here are both threads for the first two sets of 15 videos.
– Eventual reciprocity
– Growth speed
– Time zones
– Bio = landing page
– don’t list accounts
– platform risk
– stay on topic
– don’t trick ppl
– burning reputation
– find “why”
– anchor accounts
– follower funnel
– tweeting into the void
– 4 kinds of engagement
– imposter syndrome
– audience audition
– time on Twitter
If want to learn how to use Twitter professionally while being your authentic self, please check it out.
It’s available on Gumroad, Podia, Udemy, & Skillshare.