Social media is an online platform that allows users to express themselves by flaunting their lifestyles online. This lifestyle shared on social media by people could be pictures of themselves while on vacation, their traveling experience, events, or special occasions.
However, social media is not just a platform for flaunting lifestyles, it can also be used as an opportunity for people to earn money while online. So instead of watching people display funny videos on social media, you should try posting videos of yourself advertising your products.
Reno omokiri made a tweet on this earlier. According to him, people should stop using social media to flaunt their lifestyle instead they should use it to sell their lifestyles.
In his words,
Using social media to flaunt your lifestyle is a waste of opportunity. Instead, use it to sell your lifestyle. Make and monetize videos on Twitch, Tiktok, and youtube.
Retail clothes on your online shop, offer service for a fee, and use your viability for profitability.
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