Disclaimer: This post was originally published on Instagram.
I don’t want to follow a thousand people on Instagram.
There, I said it.
I don’t want to follow-for-follow.
I don’t want to “like” your posts if I can’t feel the ENERGY behind them.
And I don’t want to feel bad about unfollowing you after a while if your content does not resonate with me anymore.
It’s exhausting, and, believe it or not…
Bad for business.
Some people would say that’s nuts.
That you gotta “give some to get some.”
That it’s the way the IG game works.
I (wholeheartedly) disagree.
(And not just because I’ve landed $5K+ copywriting clients while only having 65 Instagram followers.)
In the midst of #socialdistancing, I’m not looking for an extra 10 Instagram followers.
I’m looking for…
… you know, people I could tag in silly IG challenges without wondering if they’ll think it’s weird.
…whose stories I could repost with a giant “READ THIS Y’ALL” on the bottom because they are just. so. freakin. good.
…who, sometime down the line, would be down for hopping on a Zoom call with some wine and getting to know one another IRL.
If this is you – and especially if you’ve ever felt a bit lonely and out of place on IG before…
✨ Leave your IG handle below.
And check out everyone else who posts theirs.
ZERO pressure to follow anyone, okay?
And ZERO pressure to keep following them after a week/month/whatever.
Read their captions.
Watch their stories.
See if something clicks.
Message them if it does.
(Let’s make some friends, guys.)
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