So it is currently 10:00 pm, I know what you must be thinking…
‘Damn, this girl likes to live life on the edge’
or, maybe you are thinking
‘How irresponsible. We have know about this project for a week, and she is just sharing her post now?’
To be honest, it has nothing to do with A or B. I have been contemplating, scratching my head, staring at my dog for five days trying to draw some type of inspiration.
A week later I have come up with – Drum roll please – nothing.
Of course, I have ideas, but to be confident enough to share my thoughts and let go of my writing inhibitions with you, complete strangers? What was I thinking signing up for this course?
I took this program with a monetary incentive in mind. Recently I was approached to manage a companies social media campaign. The meeting ended with a firm handshake, solid eye contact, and a promise not to disappoint. SO, here I am…Blogging.
I have a general understanding of what social media is all about, but I want to get down to the nitty-gritty. There are millions of social media sites out there and I want to know how to create a campaign that is not just good, but one that stands out and is great!
To stand out, one must be willing to take a few risks. I suppose I will use myself as the guinea pig. I am not entirely sure what my blog content will entail, but it will be personal and I will force myself to take a step outside of my comfort zone. I want to start taking risks. By taking risks I hope to develop more confidence, and I want to accrue a better understanding of how to kick some butt in this social media realm.
So to start, I figure I will take a little baby step (It is always good to keep things a little mysterious, no?)
I absolutely love nature and photography. I have no formal training in photography, nor do I think my photos are spectacular; however, to be able to capture a moment and to have that ONE moment remind you exactly of what it was like to be in that specific place at that specific time leaves me speechless.
#magnetawan #Canada #IloveThisCountry