As the founder of Tintero Creative and a founding member of Colorado Women in Social Media, Valerie provides us with more than just her own background; any business owner or innovator will benefit from her words of wisdom.
One of my bents in life is to help great people get onto social media. It’s no shock to me that the dregs of society were able to influence an AI bot to turn itself into a racist voice adding to the vitriol. Why I do what I do is to help the voices of love, compassion, and intelligence to be louder.
While I respectfully posted a comment expressing my disagreement with the writer, I couldn’t stop there. Nay, I shan’t stop there. I need to speak out for the truth and Snapchatters everywhere who are wondering where in the world Forbes was this past week. Let us begin.
So many great performances go unnoticed, from Hollywood to our circles. In your business, you have your own brand of performer which you may not realize deserves the highest honors and recognition for being great at their craft.
If you don’t want to post each manually with their custom caption/message for each platform, you have two ways to kill two platforms with one stone.
“I realized I knew a few women in my world who worked in social media. Couldn’t we get together and provide that relationship piece I’m missing and which would have a little different focus than other standard networking groups?”
There are at least two ways to save your Snaps (that’s what you call each snippet you create for your Snapchat Story) to reuse elsewhere.
Whether or not we have a little superhero costume designer around to whack us with a good dose of reality or not, we each need to constantly remind ourselves and those around us who we are.
“When I meet people, I usually tell them that I am a storyteller in social media. I help businesses stand out from their competition by using stories online… I focus specifically on social media. We build, we brand, we bio.”
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