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How to Push a Boulder up a Mountain

Unconventional advice about getting started on Twitter

Getting started on Twitter is like pushing a boulder up a mountain in a snowstorm while wearing flip-flops.

10 unconventional ideas about building an audience.

  1. Followers aren’t the goal. The goal is to create something worth following. Followers are a lagging…

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Jamie Russo

Jamie Russo

I write books, essays, poetry, and tweetstorms.

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