The Templates (Molina Letter) – Over 500 Viral Tweet Templates, Thread Starters and Sales Tweets That Always Work
Welcome to The Templates (Molina Letter) – Over 500 Viral Tweet Templates, Thread Starters and Sales Tweets That Always Work
Get Triple-Digit Likes and Double-Digit Retweets – PER TWEET
(Even After The 2021 Algorithm Changes)
Introducing The Templates:
Over 500 viral tweet templates, thread starters and sales tweets that just catch fire.
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The Algorithm Hates You
And there’s 5 reasons why:
- You don’t have pronouns in your bio
- You’re based
- You’re probably right wing
- You’re a creator, not a consumer
- You’re here to make connections and money (more on this below)
AKA you’re not Twitter’s puppet.
It’s not because you don’t comment 82 times a day.
It’s not because your followers don’t like you anymore.
It’s because (and you might not want to hear this)
(Ever noticed how your engagement is significantly lower since the elections?)
The Ruthless Cycle
One day an account is all over your feed. Hundred likes. Dozens of retweets. Killing it.
Then their engagement goes down a bit.
Until one day you randomly stop seeing their tweets.
Then you forget about them.
Just like that. Poof. Gone.
It happens too often (might have even happened to you). Especially if you didn’t adapt to the new algo changes.
You know it better than anyone, because you’ve experienced it:
It’s that same algo that allows bigger accounts to tweet the most basic sh*t and crank numbers like these:
While you can’t seem to crack 5 likes in 10 minutes.
That same algo that gives you worse engagement today than what it gave you 3 months ago with LESS followers.
And keeps you stuck in a what-am-I-doing-wrong cycle (for now at least)
The game is rigged. No doubt about it.
So how do we rig it in your favor?
Let’s talk Twitter:
Bigger Accounts Know Something You Don’t
Bigger accounts are not better than you, they’ve just done this for longer
But they do have one unfair advantage:
It took these big accounts months (some, like Ed, years) of constantly overloading their dopamine receptors with tens of thousands of tweets
To get to the point where they UNCONSCIOUSLY use them EVEN if they’re not aware of it
No wonder their engagement constantly kicks ass:
They have a mental library of viral data helping them out every time they write…