Looking to save money in 2020?
If you struggle to set aside cash, it could be an idea to try something a little out of the box.
A blogger shared a way that Twitter users can increase their savings without putting much thought into it.
Tasmin, who runs the Grandiose Days site, recommended setting up an automatic money transfer every time you make a social media post.
She told her Twitter followers: “In a bid to save money in small and (hopefully) unnoticeable ways, I’ve just set up a new IFTTT that transfers money to a Monzo pot whenever I tweet…
“Meaning this tweet and now all future tweets from now on will now cost me 5p to post.”
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If you tweeted 1,000 times over the course of the year, you’d be able to put away £50.
But if you’re a social media fiend, you could see yourself saving even more.
Social media users are very keen on Tamsin’s money saving tip.
Her tweet has racked up 140 likes – and many said they’ll be giving the trick a go.
One commenter remarked: “This is cool! I’ve just done this for myself – can’t wait to see what I can save.”
Another said: “That’s pretty clever actually! I like it.”
And a third added: “This is awesome! I need to do it too.”
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While many will be following Tasmin’s advice, many think they’d be forking out a fortune to fund their Twitter habits.
A responder admitted: “This is so interesting! I would run out of money.”
And a second confessed: “This is a fab idea but I tweet so much and would end up poor.”
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