There is a chunk of nearly every day dedicated to writing, reading and exploring. When I launched this blog last July, it felt like a chore to keep up all my marketing efforts. Twitter. Facebook. The blog, and all the other places I’m active. Now, what it’s become is a morning routine. This isn’t a bad thing. I’ve read various articles and postings on the value of social media, and I can’t say that it’s brought me work, but what I can say is, it’s brought me discipline. It keeps me current with the rapidly changing face of commercial photography and offers up opportunities, if I choose to take them on. The web is a level playing field and that’s what I have loved about it since I built my first website in 1995.
This week, The Photo Argus featured D.A.Wagner photography and a D.A.Wagner Photoshop tutorial, both a direct outgrowth of my social medial efforts. Social media works. just not the way I had imagined it would.
It just keeps coming together.
Petey, here, seems to have a different opinion. But I beg to differ.