Shocking! This LinkedIn Guru’s Content Strategy Hinges on Posting Lengthy One-Sentence-Per-Line Posts

In a stunning revelation, 21-year-old Caleb Griftsman has claimed to have cracked the LinkedIn content strategy code to go viral. The key? Break down perfectly structured content into one-sentence-per-line format interspersed with multiple blank lines that agonizes the reader experience.

The first-year college dropout said, “The revelation dawned on me after I noticed that my newer posts suddenly started doing better than the old ones. I wasn’t doing anything different from the content standpoint. All I did was break paragraphs into the one-sentence-per-line format. And my engagement metrics went off the charts.”

The LinkedIn codebreaker became an overnight LinkedIn influencer after his recent LinkedIn posts went viral among thought leadership content connoisseurs. With evident surprise and excitement in his voice, Griftsman said, “It was all unexpected. Connection requests started pouring in. Since I’m here to connect with people and have a heart-to-heart with my fellow Linkies*, I added the term L.I.O.N.** next to my name in my LinkedIn profile.

* Linkies – a slang used by Griftsman and countless other bs peddlers to refer to LinkedIn users.

** L.I.O.N. stands for LinkedIn Open Networker – a term that became archaic in 2013, the year it popped into existence.

Famous for talking about relentless hustling, rags to riches trope, how universities and 9-to-5 jobs are shams, and flaunting his expensive material possessions, Griftsman still considers story as the central ingredient of his LinkedIn success recipe. He says, “At the end of the day, we, human beings, are emotional creatures, and nothing connects well with a human than a well-crafted story that moves them emotionally. To be successful online, you gotta tell your own story. The world needs to hear it.”

Griftsman recently announced the launch of his personal brand-building services in his style on LinkedIn:

… And it suddenly dawned on me! 🤯

All our lives, we spend every waking hour toiling as hard as we could to accumulate wealth. 💰🏘️🚙🗺️🏌️

You could wake up one day and realize that while schlepping to a 9-to-5 job all your life trying to make money, life has passed you by.

You get one shot at life, approximately 65 rounds around the Sun.🌞 You gotta know how to make the best of ‘em.

To quote Steve Jobs, “Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma—which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.”

I want to urge you to do the same.

We are all born with an innate gift.💝 We gotta discover it and share it with the world. 🌎

If we think about why we do the things we do, it all boils down to this: To leave the world better a place than how we found it.💚

And I get it.

Finding your gift, your purpose is overwhelming, especially if you’ve conformed to the rules of the matrix all your life.😕🧭

That’s why I’m here.🙋

I’m here to help you find your gift. Your personal pathfinder if you will! ⌨️

I’m launching Skyrocket Your Personal Brand 🚀, an exclusive members-only community to help you find your why, develop a powerful life vision, and build your personal brand so that you can share your gift with the world through your words. 

Comment “I wanna grow!” below to receive a link to the community in your DMs.

#Hustle #HustleOrDie #WakeUpAndGrind #Blessed #Gratitude #GrowthMindset #MoneyMindset

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Griftsman also updated his LinkedIn headline to “Personal Brand Coach and Freelance Lifestyle Builder. Here to help you unshackle the chains of your 9-5 misery.”

It would be interesting to see the career trajectory of Griftsman.

Recently, Griftsman was called out in the comments section of his post by a LinkedIn user for copying a celebrated LinkedIn influencer’s post verbatim. Without wasting a moment, he blocked the user, deleted his post, and shared a new post saying, “Great minds think alike! 😉

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