18 Sep Social Media Strategy: Thank goodness I did not listen to any of that gibberish
Posted at 12:42h in Lifestyle 0 Comments
The reason why I’m not posting more frequently on socials:
Content creation is central to what I do.
I want to share thoughtful and meaningful content that contributes one way or another. Maybe it’s an impactful backstage/day in my life that might encourage interaction between freelancers or just a well-curated collection of images that aims to offer more than just aesthetics.
I don’t want to serve any algorithms or see myself as merely a statistic.
I want things timeless, uniquely suited for exploring, content that leaves a lasting impression and articles that evoke inspiration. I’m gonna post a reel when I have a beautiful moment to share not because I’m forced to forever chase the ever-changing algorithms.
I’m not going to do TikToks because everyone else does nor will I be easily lured into the trends, unless I feel that it truly represents me and my work.
Fast content is not my thing.
So posting on my socials as well as on my blog, needs to be a well-thought yet effortless endeavour. I find that this method works really well for me as it allows me to have fewer but more loyal followers that I can relate to and that they can relate to me instead of counting meaningless heads.
Interested in working with me?
I’m always open to new and creative ideas. For any commercial queries related to advertising, modeling, sponsorship, or collaborations, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I only accept samples for review or dressing that have been personally agreed to, via email, prior to posting. I choose to be mindful about receiving PR in an attempt to lessen my own impact. This also ensures that everything featured on the Chelfdom is featured honestly and because I wholeheartedly love it and chose it myself.