Over the last few years, I’ve been working as a Social Media Manager, carving out a position for myself in a company that was willing to take a chance and invest, not just in me, but in themselves. Social media isn’t going anywhere, and while large corporations have the budget to employ teams and take risks, many small businesses have been hesitant to shirk tried and true methods for something that anyone can do – because it’s just posting to Facebook, right?
I’ll admit, when I started down this path I didn’t know half of what I know now. In fact, I didn’t even start out with the intention of being a social media manager. After years (and years) of working as a visual merchandiser for brands like Hollister and American Eagle, I decided that I didn’t want to climb the corporate ladder.
I wanted to write.
I applied to and was accepted at SCAD, where I earned my masters in writing. I interned at South Magazine, and wrote articles for Do Savannah. It wasn’t until I graduated, working at several small businesses while submitting query letters, that saw a significant need for someone who could write for online media and also understood small business goals and needs, while not crippling their budget.
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This blog is set up in Episodes, using the title of and containing quotes from Supernatural. I am not a representative of The CW, nor of Supernatural in any way. I simply decided to structure my blog in this way because, honestly, it seemed like a fun thing to do. I try to tie something from each episode to social media; sometimes it works, and sometimes it’s a stretch of the imagination. Either way, it provides me with a structure that I enjoy and works for me.