Un-Intuitive Twitter Advice

Non-obvious advice on writing online

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In 2020, I was working for a tech CEO named Hamlet Batista.

He had 10k followers on Twitter and was getting flown around the world to conferences all thanks to his writing on Twitter.

At the time, I didn’t even have Twitter on my phone. I had never made a $1 on Twitter. Now I make living from Twitter and fly around to events all over.

Crazy, right? I have Hamlet to thank.

While we were working together, he gave me a piece of advice that changed my perspective about writing online and kickstarted my Twitter career.

Q: How’d you use Twitter to become well-known in your industry?

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