3) C-bet aggressively when you have the range advantage
Many players at low/midstakes don’t even know whether they have the range advantage or not, so this one is a no brainer. When you have the stronger range on the flop, you can c-bet even more than GTO tells us to! This is because your opponents will rarely notice that you’re exploiting them and will tend to over-fold when they don’t have anything. This tactic will literally print you money in some situations where your opponents are just not meeting the Minimum Defense Frequency required.
When you hit a favorable flop for your range, not only should you be betting at an extremely high frequency (sometimes 100%), but you should be sizing up a bit larger than you might be used to. You want to give your opponent every reason to let go of their hand on the flop. You can mix these larger bet sizings between value hands as well as bluffs, because your opponents will be much less likely to check-raise you with bluffs. If they aren’t going to punish you for it, might as well bet big!
Now, at first it might be a little uncomfortable to c-bet big with a crappy backdoor draw on a favorable board for you. However, you will quickly start to notice that some opponents will simply keep check/folding to your aggression, allowing you to easily capitalize and scoop the pot. Long before solvers and GTO, aggressive poker was the key to success and parts of that strategy work as well now as they did back then. Incorporating a high frequency c-bet strategy is an easy way to capitalize on population mistakes.