In my reflective summary for Topic 2, I aimed to improve the quality of my future posts by producing more engaging articles. Even if I believe that this week I made better use of visual, incorporating them more effectively in my post, I consider that I tried to boost my article by making it more appealing to the community.
The title of my post: ‘Make it count.’ was an idea that I tried to develop with several arguments along the article. Alex appreciated this in his comment. Furthermore, Twitter was a very useful tool for this topic, which allowed me to make better use of our #UOSM2008 community. For example, I used the case of Barack Obama in my article and I tried to drive Twitter users to it using the following question:
Regarding the topic, I managed to draw the following conclusions, most of them linking the online professional profile and employability. I commented on a few blogs, and in Scott’s and Alex’s cases I reported to their previous articles.
From an employer’s perspective, Sarah’s reply to my tweet is a quite accurate description.
On the other hand, the article shared by Carolina can be considered a useful guide for an employee.
For an audit of your Personal Brand, I recommend the following checklist.
The comments on my blog were constant in number compared to the last week and they were followed up by interesting remarks.
I consider that this week saw me recording a significant improvement as a community member. Furthermore, the goal from Topic 2 Reflection of creating more captivating posts was archived by using new techniques and making better use of visuals. However, I don’t want to stop here and I hope that in the following weeks I will manage to make more people comment on my posts.
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