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25 julio

How to get more followers in twitter during this summer

Probably not a *new* idea, but I think it is a funny way to get them


And indeed it wasn't an original idea at all, this afternoon I've discovered that my friend r0sk did something like that some days ago, here you have the proof:


Get more followers on twitter, writing your ID on the sand when you are on the beach

I'm sure I'm not the first one that cames up with this idea, but I think it is funny enough to share it with all of you.

Some days ago, while having a walk by the sea, I found some stuff written on the sand. I kept walking and suddendly I thought:

"Hey!, wouldn't it be a good idea if I just write my twitter ID on the sand, leaving it there for everyone to find it?"

I know... probably 90% of the people will have no idea what would be the meaning of that, but that 10% would be worth the effort.

The rules:

  1. Choose a place that is not visible for everyone. This way, the people that would find it will read the ID, thinking about what it would be (obviously, people with a twitter account will understand what it is)
  2. Try to write the ID on wet sand, the ID will be more readable. Of course, wet sand means that the sea will cover the ID sooner or later, it would be a good idea to keep an eye on it and write it again later.
  3. Take some pictures of the writing and the place where you'd written it and put them on your blog. Don't show clearly where it is, but take some shots and spread the word/idea.

Action shot

An *action shot* of my twitter ID written on the sand on a beach located in the north of Galicia

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