Thanks to my friend and Media Consulting Diva (among other roles) Theresa Reed, I have received another tip on promoting an online presence and getting noticed. I started blogging because I felt it was a way for me to stay active while unemployed and to use my experience to continue to inform and advocate for others in my own way. As my mother has often said “You do like doing things your own way” I’m not selling a product or promoting services at this point, but I am finding blogging, writing and networking has not only fulfilled the role of “keeping me busy”, but has allowed me to communicate with and learn from so many others with treasure troves of wisdom to share.
I just recently published a post addressing the value of social networking for survivors and I don’t want to be redundant. I do, however, want to re emphasize the my conviction in the potential that is offered by todays media for the disenfranchised, for those who have been robbed of their voices and will no longer be silent to utilize whatever method they are comfortable with to share their message.
For myself, I’ve spent the past year, learning the ropes the basics of various online resources and opportunities. I’ve written more than I have in years. I’m discovering I am happy, this is a lifestyle I can hang with, writing and community organizing. So if any others are interested in ways to promote your writing, or to make connections with others who share similar goals and interests, I will be happy to share resources as I become aware of them. Just drop me an email and I will reply as soon as I am able. In the meantime, no more sales pitches (it’s good practice for me so thank you for indulging me!) Next post we’ll get back to the real nitty gritty!
Theresa can be reached for individual consulting sessions at
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