experience focused in content creation and digital
media and 5 additional years of personal content
creation for social media, web, and creative projects.
Little did they know I was already on Twitter following Taylor Swift and thinking
@-ing her meant I was having a private conversation. This was the tip of the
iceberg of learning more about social media and seeing how my favorite
musicians and YouTuber's were using it to connect and grow their following.
Content Creation in Music
An artist can’t just release a single and not exist on the Internet outside of that. Social media, branded websites, TikTok, YouTube, and more are all driving factors in getting your song to gain traction and grow their career. As a fan, I know how creating that personal connection with their fan base is the most important driving factor of audience growth and radio and playlist placement.
Like everyone trying to work in the music industry, music has been a guiding force in my life for over two decades now. It got me through the rough world that is high school. Concerts motivated me to get through all four years of undergrad. This drove me to use my journalism skills I was developing in classes to write for a few different small music blogs as a creative and fun outlet. This excited me to learn more about the entertainment industry.
In high school I began truly embedding myself in the fan girl culture. I became a Twitter obsessed, Tumblr fan blog runner focused on bands that because personality traits. Content creation has been the core of my hobbies and drove my education and now my career. Content based around music was the first I ever created and I’ve never fallen out of love with it.
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