Sunday, January 31, 2010

Andhesonit Launches “100 by the ‘500’” Campaign

Everyone wants to feel the love, and Andhesonit is certainly no exception.

Since entering the Twittersphere, just a few short weeks ago, we’ve slowly and steadily built a core group of 19 dedicated and hardy followers. To you ladies and gents, I’d like to take this opportunity to extend a great big “thanks!” You were the brave and adventurous souls that were willing to go where no one had ever gone before. Bravo!

That being said, however, we here at Andhesonit think it’s high time to shift this thing into high gear and put the site on the fast track—and you can help.

Now is your opportunity to be a part of something big(ger). We’ve set a lofty goal of reaching 100 Twitter followers by the time the Indy 500 rolls around on May 30th. Thus, the “100 by the ‘500’” campaign has been established.

It’s simple to be a part of, and can even be fun. If you have a certain fondness for this site and are willing to share the love, please re-tweet, bug, cajole, or beg your followers to hop on board, so we can collectively make Andhesonit everything it promises to be.

So what’s in it for you? Something money just can’t buy... satisfaction. The satisfaction of knowing you followed Andhesonit before it was cool to follow, plus, in fact, you helped build it.

You guys are the absolute best. I sincerely appreciate the fact that you take the time to read my tweets and the blog when most of the rest of the planet has no idea it even exists. That’s wicked. And this is an opportunity to take things to the next level and help put something you enjoy on the map.

To make it easy, I’ll be sending out re-tweet opportunities on a regular basis, as we move forward, so look for those, and please re-tweet your a**es off!

Thanks.

—JM

1 comment:

  1. Cool idea. The best way to get people to follow is to
    1. follow them
    2. comment on their writing
    3. have a unique perspective
    4. update regularly.

    Good luck and glad to follow you!

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