I love a good story told simply. And marketing that isn't slimy. And memes. Dipping my toes on the s...
Shitposted on LinkedIn
Had some fun on LinkedIn
The LinkedIn homepage is notorious for its cringey, ego-filled, almost-certainly-fake stories of relentless hustle in the face of rejection, business advice guaranteed to make you millions, and complete non sequiturs you can't help but laugh at. All written as single-sentence paragraphs, one line at a time.
So I decided to repurpose some of these tropes and create ridiculously over-the-top LinkedIn posts that no one could possibly take seriously (or so I thought).
I see it as a part guerilla theater, part performance art piece, part anarchy by way of satire. We'll see how this goes ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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Pitched an article
Wrote an article
Published a Substack post
Wrote about Little Caesers' underrated marketing genius
Sent out the second issue of my personal newsletter and riffed on the ways we often overthink copywriting by trying to invent new words—and how a national pizza chain scored some timeless positioning and messaging for its flagship product by just relying on two common adjectives.
Wrote an article
Executed a social media campaign
Published week one at a new job
It can be easy to get bogged down overwhelmed in onboarding the first week on a new job, so I had a personal goal to publish at least something external-facing in my first week to push myself and get some momentum going. I was able to create a blog post showing how to add badges on Polywork (a common question we get on social) as well as help launch a few small, fun social campaigns for our community.
Started a new job
Joined the Polywork team
Officially started a new role at Polywork as content marketing manager! Excited to join the team and dig in.