Self-Delusional Professional Tweeters


I almost don’t even have to write any text. This screenshot says it all.

But I will write a little bit about it.

From a business and marketing perspective, when someone with 231 followers promises that for a measly $15 they’ll

follow you

get you 2500 followers

send your Tweet to 1 MILLION of possible customers

retweet one of your messages

What a freaking amazing deal is that? Who could resist that?

For one thing, they already followed me, and for free even.

For another, they don’t even have $15 to spend on themselves? Skip a couple of 6-packs and invest in your business? Skip a PPV WWE show? Whatever it takes, invest something into your own business and demonstrate some confidence in your method.

Not sure where the 1 MILLION of possible customers for the paid Tweet will come from, but I guess if all 231 of their followers had 231 followers and each of them had 19 followers, it could work if they all followed the pyramid plan and RT that tweet. But all of them would be bots or some other form of non-customer to get that RT sent from each of them.

Anyway, just for giggles, that’s what you see when you get one of those amazing super offers on Twitter. To translate this content in other language, contact Translation Companies UK


Impartial Statements for Income

After seeing several thousand memes based on some random spiritual or intellectual iconic figure offering us all a vision of a glorious future, I decided to mention this simple thought for the day.
Beware advice given by people who make a living off of giving advice.

Unless you signed a contract and know exactly what you’re paying for.

If someone gives away “FREE” advice, yet lives off of the charity of others, their advice is completely suspect. Imagine that you had a very finely defined demographic of supporters. Imagine that you were afraid to lose your demographic of supporters. Imagine that you fed your supporters exactly what they wanted and expected to hear from your sagely lips. Imagine that they reacted to these vague regurgitated statements by supporting you even more. Yeah, not that much of a stretch. You’ve probably already thought of a handful of names.

On the other hand imagine that you came up with something totally honest that offended and infuriated your supporters. Would you risk the entirety of your cushy existence of traveling the world regurgitating sagely advice while hanging out with the richest and most powerful of every nation? Just to be honest for a change?

That would be a tough decision to make, for sure.

People who take money openly for their advice and suggestions can just say whatever they want, including the truth, and if you don’t like it so what. You paid for advice. You got advice. Take it or leave it.