The Steal Club

By Alex Llull

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#10・

The future of The Steal Club

AmbitionIn the beginning, The Steal Club had two goals:Keep part of my audience safe (hello platform risk)Experiment with new ways of creating content: longer posts instead of tweets and threadsWith time and seeing how other people did it, I realized that wha…

 
#9・

How "Dev /Tech Twitter" uses Twitter

Today's issue will be a little bit different. Instead of focusing on just one person, I'll focus on one entire community: Dev/Tech TwitterDev/Tech Twitter stands for the part of Twitter where Software Developers hang out.Lately, I've seen quite a few profiles…

#8・

How I use Twitter - The (almost) 10k special

I'm about to hit the 10k followers mark on Twitter, so what better moment to break down my entire strategy on how I use Twitter?In case you just subscribe or don't know much about me, you can find more info below.The ProfileI'm a freelance marketer & cont…

 
#7・

The Steal Club - Summer Edition ☀️

For this issue, we are doing something different. I went back to the 6 previous Steal Club issues and uncovered some lessons from each of them.This is what I found out 👇

 
#6・

How Jack Forge uses Twitter

Our target this week, unless my previous targets, is someone who I started following recently: Jack ForgeI usually write these reports about people that I'm a bit more familiar with, but in Jack's case, what I saw from his profile was well worth a Steal Club …

 
#5・

How Janel Loi uses Twitter

Our target this week is one of the hardest working people I've met on Twitter: Janel Loi.When Janel and I first met, we connected over the fact that we both live in Spain. We chatted about Twitter, newsletters, being creators, and Spanish food.Since then, I'v…

 
#4・

This dog does social media better than you.

Our target this week is not a person, but a dog. And his name is Doug The Pug.Yep, you read that right.What can a dog possibly teach us about how to use social media and building an internet business?Actually, quite a lot.But first, let's get to know him a li…

 
#3・

How Mustafa Khundmiri uses Twitter

Our target this week is one of Twitter's best writers and a good friend of mine, Mustafa Khundmiri.Despite following him for quite some time, it wasn't until a few months ago that we really became friends.Since then, I've learned a lot from his tweeting style…

 
#2・

How Blake Emal uses Twitter - The CEO of Threads

Our target is Blake Emal, who is among the most prolific creators on this side of Twitter.Blake is someone whom I admired since I started my Twitter journey. His way of building products and creating content at internet speed is second to none.It’s been amazi…

 
#1・

How Arvid Kahl uses Twitter - From Zero to Twitter empowerer

Our target is Arvid Kahl, one of the kindest people on the "Indie Maker" side of Twitter.I think he's playing the Twitter game a bit differently than the rest of us, and that's why I picked him for The Steal Club's first issue.I’m inspired by how he consisten…