Have you heard about the Angel of Death?

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I know you want truckloads of engagement. But don’t attempt this crazy dangerous TikTok challenge…

(No, it’s not “trying to floss if you’re over 20”… although yes, my hip does still hurt when it rains, thanks for asking.)

It’s called the Angel of Death – and it basically involves filming yourself jumping in front of a speeding truck and hoping it stops before it kills you.

Yeah. I know.

Teenagers in Indonesia are seriously doing this sh*t for likes – and, as you’d expect, one of them has paid the ultimate price.

It’s pretty grim.

So why am I sharing this with you? I know you’re a responsible adult (most of the time) and you’re not about to jump into traffic for a chance to go viral.

BUT – if you’re not seeing tangible returns from your socials, if your content is getting little-to-no love, and if you’ve tried a few different tactics to no avail…

You might be tempted to try something crazy.

I know I would.

Maybe you’re considering hiring ‘that’ Gen Z social media assistant to dance around to the sound of your business not making sales…

Maybe you’re pouring your budget into boosting posts (please, for the love of all that is holy, DO NOT do this)…

Or even – and this is the craziest of all – you might decide to pretend it doesn’t matter.

You might just give up on ever seeing the results you deserve from your socials. After all, it feels impossible – therefore it must be?

I don’t want you to “Angel of Death” your socials.

You must take action. But it doesn’t need to be extreme action. It just needs to be the right action.

So how do you go about identifying and implementing the best possible course of action – to not only save your socials, but stick a rocket up them?

Well, that’s kinda our whole thing here at White Label Comedy.

When you’re ready to learn more about becoming a White Label Comedy client, click here to book a free call.

Adam Hunt

Adam Hunt

Advertising Creative, Copywriter, TV Producer, Comedy Writer and the Founder and Creative Director of White Label Comedy

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