Memes are no longer posts that are just fun. Many brands have started using memes in their marketing strategy and surprisingly, they work well!
It is not a surprise really because people love to be entertained and memes do just that.
If you’re not utilizing memes in your content strategy, you’re missing out on a lot connection because people use memes to express interests and likes as well.
In this post we’re going to take a look at the best 10 meme accounts to follow and 𝕏/Twitter and bonus course on how you can create your own memes for your brand.
Not all these accounts post memes exclusively, they post things in their own niche but add spice with memes. We mix these accounts so you can see that you don’t need to post memes only but you can post things in your niche and add memes to build your brand
Sounds good? Let’s get into it.
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gautgaut is an account focused in the web3 niche but is known for it’s memes and satirical tweets as people have added context on his tweets. His memes revolves mostly around startups, tech and trading (crypto) which is close to what he is doing. And the most important thing is how he leverages what’s trending to trend as well. Like these tweet about OpenAI and Sam Altman drama
OpenAI did a black friday sale to Microsoft for 100% off— gaut (@0xgaut) November 20, 2023
CokedupoptionsCokedupoptions is meme account that was created by Charlie Light (next account on the list) and later turned into a content agency that made $40k/month before finally being sold. Not to confuse, the meme account still belongs to Charlie Light but it’s the agency that was sold. From this account we can learn that memes can open doors to different opportunities.
The OpenAI board to Sam Altman right now pic.twitter.com/gjRxl51xHQ— John W. Rich (Wealthy) (@Cokedupoptions) November 19, 2023
Charlie LightCharlie Light is the man behind the Cokedupoptions meme account and he started it during the pandemic just as a side thing to do because of the time he had. He has then scaled it into a content agency and created content for different people including Andrew Gazdecki from Acquire (Micro Acquire) He tweets about memes and how he scaled his agency as well.
Hundreds of OpenAI employees are leaving the company to work for a new competitor called Ask Jeeves— Charlie Light (@charliewrich) November 20, 2023
This is the future of AI pic.twitter.com/v4VivnyIye
LinkedinFlexLinkedinFlex is an account that post memes based on LinkedIn platform. It’s known that people on LinkedIn tend to overshare their achievements. (It may be true but it’s just a joke from 𝕏/Twitter users) This account posts all the “cringe” stuff that people share on LinkedIn. From achievements to job postings that require interns with 5 years experience 😛
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9GAG Memeland9GAG Memeland is an example of another meme account that focuses on memes but also have another business. That other business is a project called Memeland. You can notice a common pattern that meme accounts don’t have to just be for fun. You can monetize and build business around them as well.
oh heck pic.twitter.com/J0outP6HEW— 9GAG ❤️ Memeland (@9GAG) November 18, 2023
No Context HumansNo Context Humans is an account that posts a mixture of memes and funny content that will make you smile. What this account does well is posting videos as well and since 𝕏/Twitter boosts videos, they benefit from that.
greg16676935420greg16676935420 is an account that mostly post memes. You can even see from the handle itself that it’s different from what you normally see.
Can someone explain why I have to pay tax when I buy stuff with my money that was already taxed?— greg (@greg16676935420) October 6, 2023
HOF_memeHOF_meme is an 𝕏/Twitter account that exclusively post memes. This account post memes on different subjects. What this account does well is being updated with the trends and what’s going on. You will often find that they delete their older tweets and focus on what’s trending. You don’t need to delete your old tweets but you have to try to keep with the trends when it comes to memes. Just talk about the current situations.
And that’s it! Those are the best memes account you can follow on 𝕏/Twitter.