I was talking with a buddy of mine, who apologized for not being very active on Twitter over the past few weeks.
The reason for his inactivity? Get this: He’s been busy.
I nearly fell off my exercise ball. I mean, really, what kind of excuse is that for not tweeting? How in the world can my friend build his personal brand if he’s not tweeting 50 to 100 times a day (on weekdays, that is, and 10 to 20 times on Saturdays and Sundays)?
Apparently, it turns out that my friend has a somewhat unique and novel strategy for building his personal brand. He intends to do it by….drumroll, please….by getting bottom-line results for his clients.
Well, good luck to him. That clearly isn’t going to work for the rest of us, is it? No way.
But building a personal brand through Twitter is no piece of cake. What to tweet? What to say that comes off as smart, witty, and contributing to the “conversation”? This is challenging for a lot of folks looking to build their personal brand.
That’s why I’m excited to announce that I can help.
Drawing on my deep marketing experience, top-notch writing skills, and world-class wit, I will tweet for you. All while you’re working on your real job.
And all for ten cents a tweet.
Here’s how it’s going to work: I will tweet 10 to 50 times per weekday in your name. These tweets will be insightful, informative, and sometimes funny. We’ll have a preliminary discussion to define exactly what you want your personal brand to be.
You’ll be building your personal brand for as little as $1 per day. What a bargain.
In no time, you will have tens — if not hundreds — of thousands of followers anxiously awaiting your every tweet.
With just 1000 clients, I will be making a fortune (mostly because I will require a two-year contract, and will be collecting my fees in advance).
How much money will you make from this arrangement?
I have no idea, and quite frankly, I’m surprised that you’re even asking that question. After all, since having tens — or thousands — of followers seems to be so important to you, I would have guessed that you figured out that part of the equation already.
Anyway, I’m here to help — all for ten cents a tweet. Call me. Oops, I mean tweet me.