Fohr Ground - Dennis Todisco - Episode 36

Last updated on
December 13, 2021
James Nord

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Welcome to Fohr Ground: a podcast about personalities in the influencer space hosted by Fohr’s Marketing Director, Tim Jeffreys.

Dennis Todisco is a Boston raised, New York City based content creator. For him, the hustle started when he was twelve, working at an Italian specialty shop. He went on to work with streetwear brands like Diamond Supply Company, eventually landing dream jobs at Nike and Twitter. Just six months ago, he left the corporate world to dedicate his days to @outfitgrid and his personal account.

If you’re not familiar, Outfitgrid is simple: followers submit flatlays of clothes they wore that day and he posts his favorite one. Dennis has been doing this every day since 2012, proving that consistency is key. He now publishes content for an audience of nearly eight hundred thousand streetwear fans around the world. On top of that, he runs his personal account dedicated to streetwear, lifestyle, and design.

In this episode, he delves into the importance of strong communities no matter what platform you work in. Drawing from his experience at Twitter, he shares how influencers can leverage its capabilities for real-time conversations and make deeper connections with their followers. He also talks about being committed to your vision, making an impact, and treating everyone with respect.

Whether you can’t get enough of Twitter or have yet to figure out how it works, Dennis shares a lot of insights on making the most out of it. And as an early Instagram user, he has a few tips up his sleeve for creating a community there. If you’re in need of a fresh perspective, this episode is a must-listen.

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