When it comes to having to get to the point with your message and communication, Twitter has other social media beat hands down.
Want to reach even more people? Make money via Twitter? Read this for some ideas of how to do it.
For example, do you know about Superfollowers?
Criteria for applying to join the waiting list:
- 10K or more followers
- 18 years old
- At least 25 Tweets within the last 30 days
- Based in the U.S.
- Follow Twitter Super Follows Policy
Lots of opportunity here...
Dollar Tree, like the "five and dime" before it, has a problem... A dollar doesn't buy what it used to.
Four years ago, I started a podcast for NaPodPoMo – a challenge to create 30 podcast episodes in 30 days.
I called it Big Podcast Daily and it ended up lasting for a little over 250 days.
But a daily podcast can be a grind, not only for you, but also your listeners. So I decided to change up the release schedule, switch the name to Build a Big Podcast, and move forward with something less frequent.
Sometimes you outgrow a name. Or maybe you just feel like a change. Fiverr has had this issue. And now Dollar Tree does as well.
Two things I've learned about a name change:
- Do it now – sooner is better than later.
- People will move forward with you more than you think they will.
Consider this... How many people do you know who've been divorced and changed their names? Or how many people have married or remarried and changed their names?
In a couple of months, most people won't even remember the "old" name.
The same is true for the name change on a podcast.
Is a name change too bold for you? You may want to consider changing the sub-title or tag. I've done that also and I talk about it here.