Caitie: And KP, I actually have one more question before we close out here in a second. But obviously, if at your peak, you were doing 20 tweets a day, and now you've, what'd you say you do around four or five now? Yeah. So obviously, you have all this content, do you repurpose your content down the line, like a year later, and reflect back on where you were in the past? And like, how do you utilize All that you've done over a long period of time.
KP: Yes, I do. I used to do 80 20 in the beginning and now I do 20 80.
What I mean by that is, in the early days, I used to do 80 percent real time tweets and 20% pre written tweets, as in I would write it on Sunday and then I would, like on Thursday, I would go to that Notion talk and I would copy paste into Twitter. What I would use scheduler to do the same thing, but 80 percent I was real time.
I was on, I was online and I was like, cause that was the ascend moment for me. I was trying to like, I was a rising star, right? Cause I was like, I got to prove that I got some value here, guys. And so I was like very much present real time. And I was trying to respond to everybody now I'm doing the opposite, obviously.
Now 80 percent of my content at least the big pieces or whatever, anything that looks a little bit like tightened up is repurposed from my notion bank, I have a content bank of all my 37, 000 tweets. The best ones, not everything. And so 80 percent of my tweets are the well packaged ones are repurposed, obviously from something that you never saw from three years ago or one of my best hits maybe.
But 20% I'm still present and I'm still like thinking from the, shooting from my hip. If you see today and yesterday, there were two tweets that were like terribly formatted, terribly packaged. It had two or three typos because I was on my phone in my car, like in the garage. I was about to go live, live to a place and I had this insight and I wanted to immediately share.
So I still do that. And also all my replies are obviously me replying and I'm like very active. And when I see some replies, I try to be active. So that's how you build. By the way, the biggest unlock is the reaches and the replies early on, which I learned very painfully. I thought it was, you have to be a thought leader.
Yes, you have to in the long run, but really you have to be someone who can engage with another creator or someone who can engage with some other. It doesn't have to be a big creator, but also your peers, right? You have to be a community led person on Twitter initially to do the small following and then you can go from there.