Content Sprint: Kickstarting Growth on Social Media

Building momentum through volume

The most growth I've experienced on social media was when I posted a new, 150-word essay on Twitter every day for 82 days in a row.

I wish I still had the exact numbers, but I went from ~700 to ~1,700 followers at the time. It was right around 1,000 in 3 months.

Last month, Thomas started what I'm calling a "content sprint" to help educate his audience while kickstarting more growth at the same time:

When it comes to social media marketing, momentum & volume can play a huge role in early success.

If you put out a lot of content, you figure out what topics resonate most, what you like talking about, and over time, your content naturally gets better.

The first article you write or the first social media strategy you try to implement won't be great.

And that's okay!

I'm sure the first financial plan you created wasn't as good as the most recent one either.

The most important thing: Get started, then get better.

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