What do you tweet about every day?

Lately, I’ve been approaching “marketing” as a series of small, meaningful updates about the work I’m doing.

The result has been that marketing is no longer some extra thing I have to carve out time for.

Here’s how the approach works + some examples to get you started 👇

Dan wrote a wicked post on the Ilo blog about the importance of tweeting every day.

He says a little genuine interaction every day, delivered consistently over time, is enough to grow a Twitter audience (and it’s what’s worked for him).

One of the responses to this article was, “what are you supposed to tweet about every day?”

I can relate 🤔

Dan shared 6 useful suggestions for things to tweet about in the post.

Last week @arvidkahl also dropped a fantastic selection of build-in-public prompts for founders, broken down by the stage of your journey

I’ve built on these resources and put together a list of prompts to share your work each day.

You don’t have to be a founder, these will work whether your project is about making money or not.

Also grouped into 4 categories based on what stage of a project you’re in…

If you’re at the beginning of a project, talk about: #

If you’re in the middle of a project: #

When you’re at the end of a project you can: #

Some days you’ll be stuck in back-to-back zoom calls 🤷‍♀️ That’s why it’s important to have other pieces of content on the back burner for a rainy day.

3 great forms of backup content are: #

That’s it!


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