“When I started on Twitter I had no idea what I was doing. So I made one big Google Doc where I started saving all the best “brand tweets” and grouped them into categories. Today, it’s ready to share. I hope you find it useful.”
Harry Dry has some great practical examples on how to be more effective on Twitter.
However, there is a more important lesson. Harry, is keeping a document of good business tweets he sees. Documenting and studying what works is the only way to improve. This can be done for all aspects of work and life.
How about keeping a record of and regularly reviewing: – good landing pages – interesting article titles in your niche – email subject lines that get you to open – IndieHacker topics that get the most upvotes – Reddit posts in your niche with the most upvotes
There is a reason that Harry has added tens of thousands of email subscribers in a short time. It’s because he has a systematic process to continually improve.