Are you running out of ideas on how to expand your creativity as a writer? How about creating a new online persona? Creating an alter ego can be a good way to write from the perspective of your other self, […]
Are you running out of ideas on how to expand your creativity as a writer? How about creating a new online persona? Creating an alter ego can be a good way to write from the perspective of your other self, especially if you are looking for something unique and different. Online personalities have become very popular in the past few years. Every day, more and more people create several accounts in social media sites with the intention of being ironic or satirical with their posts. Some of them even end up becoming famous internet celebrities because of their hilarious posts. If it worked for them then why won’t it work for you too?
The first thing that you should do is check out all the major social media accounts that are relevant to what you want to post about. You will want to follow and study other content creator’s online personalities. The more research, the better. See what they post and what type of content is most popular with their audiences.
After you have done your research then it’s time to brainstorm ideas to make your new online persona stand out. Ask yourself some questions like: who do I want to be? What should my posts focus on? What kind of tone will I use when posting content?
Once you get all these answers down then it’s time to think about how will this online personality look like. Online personalities are usually known by a certain name or username that people have come to recognize them by so choose wisely since once you choose one, it will be hard for you change it later on unless you delete everything start fresh from scratch. Google the terms users will help spread word out about the new persona as well allowing it grow further so post often and join in conversations by liking, commenting on other people’s posts while driven by marketing tactics such as using hashtags in order get found by like-minded people who follow similar accounts as yours.
Be consistent or even articles that you write about something related to your chosen topic.
Making posts and engaging with other “online personalities”, “influencers” or “celebrities” or use hashtags on Instagram to gather some ideas.
Once you have a new username and an idea for your content, it’s time to move on to the next step which is creating the actual profile for your online persona. Online profiles of alter egos are usually made up of bitmoji or even fake photos.
YouTube videos that you can make fun and entertaining without showing your face can help keep your anonymity … Online personas are not created in a day, so don’t be impatient, but get started now.
The article above was created using this super cool new (to me) artificial intelligence writing tool called Jarvis. I will link to it soon – as soon as I am approved for their affiliate program!
I’m really just learning Jarvis, working my way through their tutorials, but I am very excited about it. There will definitely need to be some editing involved, BUT it will be a HUGE time saver and allow me to start creating content for the many, many blog properties that I have been ignoring …
BTW – I have several alter egos or different online personnas including Joe Tesla, Joe Abs and the more recent Zen Chi – who is the editor of the site QAnon.fun. Just so you know, contrary to what the extremely compromised FBI and the whacko leftists keep saying, there is no such thing as a QAnon organization – and “Anons” who who follow the Q team, are definitely NOT violent or extremists. That’s why the FBI had to recruit Antifa and other freaks to play, portray, dress like and act like Anons and other Trump supporters during their planned “insurrection” on January 6th. Our government has betrayed We The People and I’m really hoping they do not get away with it.
But I digress …