Welcome to the Social Introvert, a blog about social media marketing and my adventures in it.
Alright here we are, back to a social media topic. I’ll tell you, it was hard to get motivated this week, the sun is out, and the temperature is rising – I didn’t have windows at my last job so being able to see outside is going to be a huge distraction this summer. How … Continue reading Scheduling Platforms
NOTE: I’m going to spend some time this summer on some non social media topics that I find interesting although hopefully tying them back to SM at some point in the post. If you have any topic ideas that you would like me to discuss comment below! This piece is a version of one I … Continue reading 8 Ways to Have an Eco-friendly Summer in Vancouver
(and how I discovered my love for running) NOTE: I’m going to spend some time this summer on some non social media topics that I find interesting although hopefully tying them back to SM at some point in the post. If you have any topic ideas that you would like me to discuss comment below! … Continue reading 1K Run
We’ve all seen them. National Waffle Day, World Turtle Day, National Escargot Day (which is today! While I write this! I should’ve waited because tomorrow is National Wine Day…poor planning). I refer to all of these “days” (or weeks or months or even years) as “Social Media Holidays.” I know that lots of them existed … Continue reading Social Media “Holidays”
When I first started creating and posting content for Whale Tales I had no idea what I was doing. I didn’t know anything about the best times to post, or how much you should post, or really anything. As with most things, I just kept at it and saw what worked and what didn’t (as … Continue reading Content Calendars
Since I started actively applying for social media jobs two years ago, I’ve been on 17 million interviews (that is an accurate number). Some of them have been successful, some were bombs, some felt successful and never amounted to anything and some were just plain strange. My first interview I prepped super hard (understandably, it … Continue reading Interviews
Vacationing as a Freelancer In my update blog I wrote about the trips I went on April and used the word “breaks” in quotation marks. That is because, at least in my experience, social media managers never really take a day off. There may be a way to do it but in the last three and … Continue reading Can I Take a Day Off?
This one is a bit dry as its all about numbers. I’ve spiced it up with someone who loves numbers more than anything! 😉 via GIPHY I talked a few weeks ago about social media goals and briefly mentioned analytics. Social media analytics or “the numbers” can be really in depth and complicated but they … Continue reading Social Media Analytics
Dear Friend, I like to begin my emails to you like we are in the middle of a conversation. What will NY152 say today I wonder? Oh, sorry, was I typing out the exact text from You’ve Got Mail again? It’s just a little problem I have sometimes, I’m taking pills and having injections (that … Continue reading Three Months In: An Update
Squad goals. Job goals. Hockey goals. All important, and all have amusing memes related to them. But that is not the purpose of this blog (sadly). Instead we are talking about social media goals and looking at the purpose of social media for business in general. Although lets just throw in a meme for good … Continue reading Goals