Using social media as documentation
This concept is unique. And if I remember correctly I think I heard it first time on Gravyee Vaynerchuk’s YouTube Channel.
Using social media as documentation means to document your specific skill as you learn them and teach them to your followers.
It, in other words, using Facebook, Instagram, and other social services as a medium to capture what you had learned today and share/teach it to others.
Mostly everyone uses social media but using it as this unique way is like hitting two birds with one rock.
People will join your journey.
People will follow you for two reasons. If you are giving them value. Or if you are giving them experience.
For value, people follow too many educational channels and experts in that particular field.
For experience, people follow those rich people. Who share their life experiences or some show up their cash money.
What you are doing with documentation is you are giving them both. Experience as well as value.
Tell me whom you will follow regularly?
A: Someone who is expert in public speaking.
B: Who loves public speaking. But fears a lot. So he is learning it on youtube and sharing everything that he learns on his Instagram. Sharing what actually works and what isn’t.
You get to learn that skill and Your followers will act as accountability partners.
If you didn't work on your skills and learn something new. You won't able to share anything and your followers will point it out for you. They will push you. To work on it and share with us.
I have just started writing. Trying to post works out. And setting up a blog.
Step by step
On Facebook, make a new page.
On Instagram, tell your followers and friends that what you are learning, join my journey.
And take some time after watching a lecture or YouTube video. Write in your own words and share it with your followers.
This is how you can use social media to your advantage.
Winners don't do different things, they do things differently.
- Shiv Khera
Written by Chetneet
Be a voice, not an eco.