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If you’ve read that sub-headline and thought to yourself that I’m going to be spending this entire space talking about how you can get rich through affiliate marketing or how to do affiliate marketing the right way, then I’m afraid to disappoint you…
Jackie Aina of Makeup Game On Point: For those of you unfamiliar with Jackie, she has been providing her audience beauty tips & tutorials in hair and make-up both on her blog and YouTube. In fact, this woman has amassed over 230,000 followers on social media and over 166,000 just on YouTube alone. Aside from her work as a digital influencer, Jackie is also a professional makeup artist specializing in editorial and commercial work. We can’t wait for Jackie’s workshop Why & How To Get Started With Vlogging.
Thank you for joining us for another installment in our our ongoing Journalism Tips series. We started this column as a way to help aspiring writers get their start in music, but over the couple months we have been evolving into a place writers come to have their questions about life in the business answered. Today we are continuing that effort with a response to a question posed by multiple reader in regards to how long it takes to begin making money as a writer. If you have any questions about developing as a writer/blogger in music, please do not hesitate email firstname.lastname@example.org and share your thoughts. We can also be found on Twitter and Facebook.
There are a dozen ways Facebook can suck you in and steal hours of any given work day, but for me the biggest hurdle to overcome is the allure of the platform’s messaging system. Any time I log on there are either friends or industry peers available to chat, and it’s rare that I do not click one or two just to say hello. After all, networking and communication are key in this industry. Earlier this week, however, I was pulled into a conversation for over an hour with a writer I had never met or known. They claimed to be fans of this blog and wanted to ask my opinion on something related to their writing career. I was flattered by the comments, but to be honest I still struggle with these kind of situations in public. The music industry is a crazy place, and what works/worked for me might not have the same results for someone else. This blog allows for advice to be given in a generic sense, making it possible for a lot of people to take in the ideas and refine them to fit their needs, but when talking one-on-one everything is much more direct.