Looking in the Rearview Mirror of My Blogging.

I started blogging for my Public Relations and Marketing in Agriculture class this year and it has been an experience for me. I’ve always had trouble expressing myself through words on paper or in this case on the internet. I’ve always had that fear of others not liking what I say or a fear of sounding like an idiot. I’ve conquered my fear and just done it, yes mainly because I’ve had to, but also because I know I needed to expand my knowledge of marketing on the internet. It’s definitely been an adventure to say the least. I’ve learned I really need to do my research on topics that I thought I knew about, when there was really much more to be known. Sharing my story really doesn’t have to be as hard as I made it out to be. I just do as stated, share my story. What’s important to me, is what I need to share with others. Maybe even things that I’ve learned more about recently or just heard about, share with others, because they may not know about it either. This class has also taught me how to successfully market a company with the new age of technology. The old rules of marketing aren’t totally obsolete but there are many new rules that can really launch a business.

I just did my marketing plan over a small fencing company that I work for, I’ve had to take the new rules that I’ve learned and also incorporate the old rules. This was one of the coolest projects that I’ve done in quite some time. I normally am not a fan of writing papers, but this paper has been fun. I love marketing and working for small mom and pop businesses, and the knowledge I’ve gained from this class and what I’ll gain from the rest of the time I’m in school, I can’t wait to share with others. Granted I know I’m not the greatest blogger in the world, but it definitely is something that I think everyone should try at least try a time or two.

I doubt this will be the last post I blog, but it may be for awhile, and if so, Have a Merry Christmas everyone!!

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