SEIF KABELELE ONE ON ONE INTERVIEW WITH SASSY BETTY BONIFACE OMARA – MISS UNIVERSE TANZANIA 2013

SEIF KABELELE: What is your biggest concern about today's world? What should we be fighting for? What are you fighting for?
BETTY BONIFACE: Unemployment appears second overall, as many people in both advanced and emerging economies struggle to find jobs. Young people are especially vulnerable – youth unemployment is as high as 50% in some countries and underemployment (with low-quality jobs) remains prevalent, especially in emerging and developing markets." Here I would ask the government to support struggling industries in order to try to save jobs, provide more training and education to the unemployed. This could help improve skills and communication and these people would be confident an employable.
SEIF KABELELE: You wee quickly catapulted to fame, what is the biggest lesson you've learnt?
BETTY BONIFACE: At first the experience of becoming famous provides much ego stroking. I enjoy parts of it, but I hate parts of it too. So I have learnt to accept mistrust, love and hate from all the people around me.
SEIF KABELELE: Any wise words for upcoming models?
BETTY BONIFACE: Am not going to say it going to be easy but am telling you it's worth it,so believe in yourself, have faith in your abilities. Without a humble but a reasonable confidence in your own powers you cannot be successful  or happy.
SEIF KABELELE: What environmental project will you create to promote the protection of Mother Earth and why?
BETTY BONIFACE: A project that would raise awareness of,and encourage active participation in waste minimization and the conservation of energy and resources. This is to encourage people to take responsibility for their relationship with the environment in their daily lives.
SEIF KABELELE: Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
BETTY BONIFACE: Am very passionate about learning new things throughout my whole life so after five years, I want to see myself in a position that reflects my experience, knowledge, commitment and dedication towards my work and success.
SEIF KABELELE: Tell us two things that we would be surprised to learn/know about you
BETTY BONIFACE: ONE: When I am lonely, I talk with imaginary friends, sometimes I would read a book out loud acting like there was somebody listening.
TWO: At the age of 9 I would make banana pancakes and sell them to my family members . Looks like I had the enterprenuerial spirit.
SEIF KABELELE: Who have you really enjoyed working with so far and is there anyone out thee you haven't worked with yet you would really like to?
BETTY BONIFACE: Sometimes work can be so challenging, tough and rough but I really enjoyed working with the Compass Communications Team most especially Maria Sarungi for who is just like a sister and family to me. Also I’m enjoying working with AZAM TV. >>Am looking forward to working with many fair and professional people.
SEIF KABELELE: Walk through the day in YOUR  life
BETTY BONIFACE: I always try to be myself, so I do not have a lot of things to stress about. I often do my home chores the night before and when morning comes am all fresh. I always wake up at 5:30 in the morning for my daily workouts and at 7:30 am already in the kitchen preparing breakfast for my family, I always make sure everything is at ease and that's when my beautiful day and hustle begins. Every day is a beginning of a new day.
SEIF KABELELE: How do you keep yourself motivates to go on and keep turning into something better?
BETTY BONIFACE: I have three things that I maintain and really help my motivation:Vision for myself,My passion and Experiments with something new. These three are quite enough to keep me motivated,powerful and helps me inject a dose if excitement which helps me discover a side of me that I didn't know existed.
SEIF KABELELE: You won the 2013 Miss Universe pageant immidiately your life was transformed. Tell me about your experiences to date. Does anything stand out?
BETTY BONIFACE: I would to start off by saying that every experience no matter what it is, good or bad, you will learn from it. That's just life. It's a great chance being in my position for you become responsible. There's a lot push and pull, being here and thee doing different things. These things build up a mind and makes it more stable. Am grateful to the opportunities the crown has afforded me which purely makes it a stand out.
SEIF KABELELE: There is a lot of politics involved behind the scenes of beauty pageant in Tanzania, what is the biggest lesson you have learnt in your climb to the top?
BETTY BONIFACE: I think the pageant system is about empowering women and I think it's aspect is great but when you take politics as something to distract you and your goals, it's not healthy and helpful. In my opinion, my personal choices are what matter most and I do realy think pageantry does empower women.

PICS: IT IS WHAT IT IS >> STAMINA, GODZILA AND MADEE ROCKING DURING SERENGETI FIESTA IN MBEYA CITY

 In an era where musicians fade like the morning dew there is something that reminds the entertainment fanatics out there—it’s none other than the Serengeti Fiesta. After making sure that Songea residents were entertained to the maximum Serengeti Fiesta had to find its way to Mbeya city over the weekend to spread love and define the meaning of “Ni sheedah” in the region. As early as 4pm tickets for Serengeti Fiesta entrance were being sold at the Sokoine stadium early enough so as to avoid long queues before the main show approaches. As always fans that flocked around the stadium were mostly youths and it was amazing to see such a big turnout. The curtains of entertainment opened to allow a set of talented artists spread love to Mbeya residents on stage and indeed the show was a thirsty-quencher for most of the festival fans in Mbeya. Tearing up the stage was the “Pombe yangu” hit maker Madee who got fans shout on top of their voices as they sang along while he was performing the song, then on came Stamina, Ney and Barnaba who stormed the stage with their latest hits that got fans singing along. Other artists who featured on stage and had a good reception were TID, Linex, Mr. Blue, Ney wa Mitego, Linah, Recho, Mo Music and Baraka Da Prince whereby during their performances were well credited by the fans.
 Just like other regions, where the show has toured, local food vendors also known as “Mama Lishe” were invited to come and sell local food for the guys who didn’t prefer chips and “nyama choma” that was mainly available in the stadium.Speaking to journalists shortly after the show was the Serengeti Premium Lager’s brand Manager, Mr. Rugambo Rodney who said…. “I would like to sincerely thank the people of Mbeya for such a big turnout and it is my hope that our show has entertained all of the fans who gathered here tonight. Our next stop will be Dodoma and Singida and we can’t wait to connect with our fans over there.” Besides the concert, there were a number of pre-activities that had earlier taken place including football bonanza and Serengeti Super nyota diva  where winners of these activity got free tickets to travel to Dar for the final show where American rapper T.I is expected to perform.


SHE GOES BY THE NAME OF NEYCOMS



IT IS ONLY A MATTER OF DAYS WHEN THE BIGGEST REALITY TV SHOW BIG BROTHER AFRICA WILL START, SO BE PREPARED AND MAKE YOURSELF COMFORTABLE TO WATCH THE NINTH SEASON OF BIG BROTHER AFRICA.

 The Housemates has been revealed and they will enter the BB Africa House on 5th October 2014. Do not miss the Grand Opening of Big Brother HotShots on Sunday, 5th October 2014 at 9:00 CAT.

WOMAN OF SUBSTANCE, FULL OF ENERGY/WISDOM, DOWN TO EARTH MARIA SARUNGI TSEHAI SPOTTED LIVE IN GERMAN WITH PROF STEFFEN BURKHARDT WHOSE HEAD OF INTERNATIONAL MEDIA CENTER IN HAMBURG.

 Maria Sarungi posing with Prof Steffen Burkhardt - Head of International Media Center in # Hamburg ….. All the way from Tanzania, Maria gave  a lecture on Women, Media and Social movements in Africa ..focus on # ChangeTanzania

TANZANIAN RAMA DEE, STEVE RnB, BEN POL AND ENIKA ARE THE GREATEST RNB SINGERS EVER. ALL OF THEM ARE STELLAR VOCALISTS KNOWN FOR THEIR SMOOTH SOUNDS, CHART DOMINATION, MUSICIANSHIP AND IMPACT ON THE CULTURAL AND MUSICAL SCENE.

 There's something about a voice that's personal, not unlike the particular odor or shape of a given human body. Summoned through belly, hammered into form by the throat, given propulsion by bellows of lungs, teased into final form by tongue and lips, a vocal is a kind of audible kiss, a blurted confession, a soul-burp you really can't keep from issuing as you make your way through the material world. How helplessly candid! How appalling! For me, Rama Dee and Steve RnB , just to mention  a few. These are superb singers by any measure I could ever care about.
 The man who goes by the title Steve RnB  (he doesn't like to publicly reveal his full name) is an R&B singer  active as a solo artist from 2006-Present.
Since childhood, Ben Pol has been influenced by R&B and soul artists such as D' Angelo, Maxwell, John Legend and Stevie Wonder. Sweet Reggae is some of the music that deeply touches Ben Pol.Other rappers like Kanye West seem to also have an influence on his music.
Since the debut single “Baridi Kama Hii,” - Kiswahili for “Cold Like This, dropped in 2004 Enika’s dedication and talent have propelled her to become one of Tanzania’s hottest R&B sensations. But R&B is only the beginning; her love for soul and jazz have been influencing her recent recordings.She is a steady force in the East African scene and can boast international collaborations including a series of performances including the 2007 Zanzibar International Film Festival with Think Tank, a Dutch Jazz Trio, along side Fid Q, and taraab artists Nasoor Amour and Fatma Ally from Zanzibar. Having started her recording career with the late Roy Bukuku of G2 Records, Enika has also worked with Bongo producers Master J, P-Funk, Ambrose Akula Akwabi a.k.a Dunga, Lamar, as well as hot Dutch producer, Wouter. In fact, she is a sought after artist not only because of ability to freestyle and create and sing complex harmonies, but also her songwriting prowess. Enika writes or co-writes all of her songs.. 

XCLUSIVE: CANDY N CANDY RECORDS TAKING THE BIGGEST PARTY EVER TO THE NAIROBI INTERNATIONAL TRADE FAIR!!

Candy n Candy Records is taking 2 of its biggest projects this year to the Trade Fair. Peace Initiative “Smile A Day Happy Nation” and Youth Project “Candy Clear Channel” will be hosting ALL those attending the Nairobi International Trade Fair starting from Monday 29th September 2014 to October 5th 2014 at Jamhuri Park. 

“Candy Clear Channel” which recently Launched its Website : www.candyclearchannel.com and has over 500 artist accounts so far, will be sponsoring the BIGGEST PARTY EVER giving a platform to all the best upcoming artists on the channel to prove themselves as Talented Artists and share the stage with Kenya’s biggest names in the Entertainment Industry among them; King of Genge JuaCali, Colonel Mustafa, Ng’ang’alito, Mc Blaze and many more who will interact with their fans and create accounts for all upcoming artists visiting us. 
The Candy Clear Channel team headed by Artist and Relations Manager, Winnie Oketch is urging all the upcoming artists not to miss this chance to interact with Mega Artists like JuaCali who will be in hand to offer advice and wisdom to Young Talented Artists who are looking to build a Brand like his. “As young artists they need to learn and develop their art in order to make it in this industry and Candy Clear Channel is giving them this precious platform to interact in person with Artists who have made it in the industry and know what it takes to succeed. We are committed to assisting all the artists who are working with us and have accounts on www.candyclearchannel.com  to better their Art and we might just discover the next Generation of Artists to take our Entertainment Industry to the next level!!!” she said.
The “Smile A Day Happy Nation “Initiative, which has toured major towns in Kenya like Mombasa and Nakuru, will have FUN filled activities for ALL visiting the Trade Fair. Having brought SMILES all over Kenya through its campaign, the Smile A Day Initiative will be collecting REAL SMILES from REAL KENYANS in a FUN, Interactive way all through the Trade Fair. Public Relations Manager, Barbara Makanga says, “This initiative is very important to our C.E.O Joe Kariuki and this time it’s going to be bigger and better than you have ever seen!! The Smile A Day Happy Nation Initiative will be celebrating the World Smile Day on 3rd October in a BIG way and all I’ll say for now is just come and see for yourself, you will be amazed!!”

ALL UPCOMING/UNDERGROUND ARTISTS MAKE YOUR WAY TO THE CANDY N CANDY RECORDS STAGE AND GET SPOTTED courtesy of CANDY CLEAR CHANNEL AND INTERRACT WITH KENYAS TOP ARTISTS. 

ALL TEENS, KIDS, FAMILIES MAKE IT TO THE CANDY N CANDY RECORDS STAGE FOR FUN GAMES AND ACTIVITIES AND WIN FABULOUS PRICES courtesy of SMILE A DAY HAPPY NATION INITIATIVE.


Barbara Makanga,
Public Relations Manager,
Candy n Candy Records.

WOOOOOOOOZZZZAAAAAA!!! 5TH OCTOBER 2014 WAITING FOR DRAMAS FROM THE BIG BROTHER AFRICA SEASON 9. >>> ALL MY EYES ON TANZANIAN LAVEDA, SOUTH AFRICAN NHLANHLA, KENYAN ALUSA, SEXYLEELEE-LILIAN AND GHANAIAN M’AM BEA…… Pah!!

Laveda was born in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. She’s single and describes herself as ‘eccentric, loving, caring, simple and fun’. Laveda is the eldest of three children and she has a younger brother and sister. She says her mom is her role model, because she has moulded her over the years and inspired her in different ways ‘through the struggles and joy of life’. Laveda says her favourite foods are pasta and minced meat, and prawns. She loves to read John Grisham novels and enjoys the music of Shakira, D’Banj, Miriam Makeba, P.Square, Rihanna, Beyonce, Tiwa Savage, Yvonne Chaka Chaka and Brenda Fassie. She’s a mean entertainer herself, she plays the saxophone, sings, acts and dances and thinks she’d make a ‘potential’ presenter. Laveda’s favourite movies include The Notebook, Titanic and Avatar. She entered Big Brother Hotshots to be a role model and act as a voice for Africa’s youth. Laveda says that viewers can expect ‘massive entertainment’ from her and that if she wins, she’ll give her mom some money, ‘surprise disadvantaged children’, travel and invest the rest.

 Actor, Radio Drama Director and MC Alusa from Nairobi, Kenya, is married and has three children. His favourite food is ugali with chicken stew and traditional vegetables. His favourite book is TD Jakes’ He-Motions and he likes watching National Geographic, The Exes and Nigerian movies on TV. On the music front, he enjoys listening to Sauti-Sol, Mafikizolo, P.Square, Youssou N’Dour and Salif Keita. One of his favourite films, Training Day, features one of his favourite actors: Denzel Washington. Describing himself as ‘ambitious, spiritual, out-spoken, generous and mysterious’, Alusa likes people who are ‘detailed’ and who have a good sense of humour, because he likes to laugh. He doesn’t enjoy people who ‘emit negative energy’. He entered Big Brother Hotshots for the exposure, as well as the intrigue of living with total strangers in a closed environment and the desire to share his lifestyle with a huge audience. Alusa is looking forward to having the continent watching him: ‘I’m an artist, a performer, so I love attention. I’m not in the least bit intimidated, in fact, I’m thrilled’
Alusa lists Mombasa and his village of Kakamega as his favourite places in Kenya, because they’re both very exotic in their ways and rich culture. He says the best thing about Africa is the people. ‘Africans are both beautiful in form and diverse culture,’ he says. Outside of Africa, his favourite place is Brazil. ‘Rich culture, beautiful women, sweet samba music, festivals, food – I could go on and on,’ he says.
Nhlanhla is from Witbank in South Africa, and is a Business Analyst, Actor and Model with an Honours degree in Information Systems. He loves fresh butternut soup, lamb shank & vegetables and cottage cheese pie. His favourite books include Animal Farm and The Great Gatsby and he enjoys Game of Thrones, Shameless, Suits and Heroes on TV. He lists Brad Pitt and Will Smith as two of his favourite actors. His favourite place in South Africa is the Groenkloof Nature Reserve in Pretoria and the best things about the continent as a whole are the people and their strength & resilience. Amsterdam made a big impression on him at a young age when he went there and learnt a lot about himself and personal growth. His mother is his role model, because she sacrificed a lot to get him where he is today and taught him a great many things. Together with his Grandmother, she has influenced his life a great deal because they were always strong-willed and gently guided him through life. Nhlanhla entered Big Brother Hotshots because he’s been a fan ever since he saw his first season on DStv. “I just knew that I wanted to be on the show myself, and wanted to take the opportunity to have my personality spread all over the world”. He thinks having the continent’s eyes on him 24/7 will be “nerve-wracking”, but says it’s a great feeling knowing he’ll be watched by the continent and can influence the viewers. He describes himself as “crazy, eccentric, narcissistic, energetic and spiritual” and enjoys the fact that he’s always positive and optimistic, and always sees the beauty in others.
Known as ‘SexyLeeLee’ to her friends, Lillian is a model, actor, presenter, and tax collector! She entered Big Brother Hotshots for ‘the platform it provides and the publicity that comes with it, and the money’. She’s not willing to sell herself short to win the grand prize. If she does win, she’ll invest in her talk show, which is about ‘helping upcoming talents’ and get herself a house. Lilian’s favourite foods are rice and plantain and she likes watching Baggage on TV and listening to 2Face Idibia. She doesn’t have a favourite book, but likes movies like Think Like A Man, Blended, Friends With Benefits, Bridesmaids and Twelve Years A Slave. Her favourite actor is Angelina Jolie, because ‘she’s creative and can switch between roles’. Her favourite place in Nigeria is Lagos, and she says the best thing about Africa is its cultural diversity. Outside her home country, she’d like to visit California for the opportunities she believes it would provide her to improve her career. Lilian’s role model is Oprah Winfrey, because of her strength, and the person who has most influenced her life is her mother, ‘because she has always believed in me and encouraged me to follow my dreams’. She describes herself as ‘spontaneous, easy-going, focussed and confident’ and says her best assets are that she’s ambitious, a good listener, flexible, persuasive, competitive, independent and original.
Ghanaian M’am Bea lists her occupation as ‘Acting Trainee Manager/Fashion Designer’, and has a diploma in Management Finance. Her favourite foods are yam and nkontomere stew, fufu, palm nut soup and jolof rice. M’am Bea likes music by Sarkodie, Mafikizolo, John Legend, Wizkid and D’Banj. Her favourite place in Ghana is Aburi Garden and she says the best thing about Africa is that ‘it expresses diversity through colours and we are not ashamed to exhibit that’. Outside of her home country, her favourite place in the world is South Africa: ‘it offers so many opportunities and it offers young people the opportunity to study and become great people in the world’. M’am Bea’s role model is her mom, because ‘she is strong, humble, God-fearing and puts her family first’. Inspired to enter Big Brother Hotshots by her talent and ‘the unity of all African countries coming together as one to learn and share’, M’am Bea also lists making it onto the show as her proudest achievement so far. ‘It will give me room to showcase my personality and influence young, gifted youth out there,’ she says. Describing herself as a ‘driven, humble and respectful self-starter’, M’am Bea says that viewers can expect her ‘true self’, her ‘fashion sense, sense of humour, cooking skills, intelligence and wise words’ to shine through on screen. She says she’s ‘humbled and overwhelmed’, knowing that the continent’s eyes will be on her.



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I HAVE BEEN SPENDING ALOT OF TIME ALONE. I DON’T HAVE THE DESIRE TO SEE OR TALK TO ANYONE ABOUT THINGS THAT BOTHER ME. I DONT FEEL AS IF TALKING TO ANYONE WOULD HELP AT ALL AND I THINK DEALING WITH IT BY MYSELF WOULD BE BETTER, IT SEEMS TO BE WORKING BUT IDK IF ITS HURTING ME MORE IN THE LONG RUN.>> IS IT UNHEALTHY TO DISTANCE YOURSELF FROM PEOPLE AND KEEP IN THINGS YOU THINK ABOUT OR THAT BOTHER YOU?

Fuvu Kinyette Say’s >>> Healthy/Unhealthy... I dunno. I do it. Sometimes it bottles up and I explode. so I guess that's not good if there are people around. Hence...why I stay away from people. :-)


Alonzo Say’s >>>I go through this all the time, I often get frustrated with other people because it just seems like no one gets it. But to be honest I know deep down inside if I cut myself off from everyone, then I take away the ability to really achieve anything. People are like walking books, they have tons of experiences and I'm sure you can take away something from everyone you come across. It helps in the quest for your wanting to deal with things yourself. You may be able to work it out on your own but don't discount how someone elses story can help you with a realization you've been searching for.



Phinzo Say’s >>>> The short answer to your question is yes.

The long answer ot your question is yeeeessssss!

I have handled things both ways during different, difficult times in my life, and I can tell you that holding everything inside makes you a ticking bomb which will eventually explode on some poor sap whose left standing there saying, "What just happened?"

Be honest, with yourself and others. It may be difficult to speak about problems, but rip it off like a bandaid, my friend. Talking with the people involved in the conflict is best, but at least find a confidant to share your feelings with. You'll feel better much more quickly.


TT Say’s>>>>>> I'm pretty sure it is. I'm that way too though. I can't help it. I keep in my emotions. I haven't ever exploded yet, so I'm pretty sure I'm responsible for my feelings and holding them in. I've been through the worst and have passed through the lowest part of my life alone and I've proved to myself that I'm more than capable of surviving on my own. When I do share how I feel, I feel like I'm letting a part of myself go and I feel a sort of loss. Little by little I'm showing my raw self and I don't like that. I feel exposed. I just feel that people will never know how I'm feeling and that it's a waste of time trying to explain it, when even I don't understand it.



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ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL THINGS I HAVE WITNESSED IS YOUR LOVE FOR ONE ANOTHER THROUGH THE YEARS. ANOTHER YEAR OF BEING TOGETHER, THAT’S FOR A RECORD, I MUST SAY. YOU GUYS ROCK!! STAY IN LOVE TO EACH OTHER. >> HAPPY ANNIVERSARY CATHBERT ANGELO AND ESTER ULAYA CATHBERT



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DOWNTOWN: SPOTTED LIVE- RAMALDINHO MWANGA - STEVE RNB - CATHBERT ANGELO - GRACE MATATA – INCREDIBLE - FATMA RAMOLE - JOHN SAMBILA AND SEIF KABELELE- I DO NOT WISH TO HIDE MY ORIGINS, NOR DO I SEEK TO MAKE IT A SUBJECT OF CONVERSATION. I’M WHAT I’M…

 Cathbert Angelo of KajunaSon Blog-Seif Kabelele.com and Ramaldinho Mwanga
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With Fatma Ramole and her friend
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YOU THINK YOU TWEET A LOT? HERE ARE TWITTER’S TOP TWEETERS

 Maria Sarungi Tsehai, she is a Communication Expert, TV/Film Producer/Director-Founder #ChangeTanzania
 Shafiq is a Digital Marketer, Tech Geek, Buzz Builder, Writer
Ameyaw Debrah is Award winning Celebrity Blogger, Publicist and Media Marketer.
Evarist Chahali #Extraodinaire #Blogger and humble humanitarian

RECENTLY, AN UP-AND COMING ACTOR FRIEND PAID ME THE WONDERFUL COMPLIMENT OF FOLLOWING MY ADVICE REGARDING HOW TO PROMOTE HERSELF ON SOCIAL MEDIA.>>>> ARTISTS??? USE SOCIAL MEDIA TO DISCOVER AND PROMOTE YOUR VOICE, …… HOW??

Present as the professional you are: Have some empathy for your goals, and realize that it's very hard to sell if you have no website, or if the site's been "under construction" since 2011, or if your Twitter account in no way indicates what you're interested in, or why I should care. Check out the websites and social media of people in your industry: what are they doing? You're responsible for how you present. Check out the people you admire: how are they presenting? What information do they display, front and center? Good artists copy, great artists steal, See what format, appearance, and platforms are used by the people whose careers you admire and get inspired.
Use social media to show your talent, instead of just talking about it. If you're an actress, why not have a Vine account and make mini-movies of you performing, or back-stage, in rehearsals or even on tour? Let me live vicariously through you, and I'll be hooked. If you want people to care about your ambitions -- and yes, you do -- allow them to share your life, and your passion. If you're a makeup artist, with aspirations of one day being featured in Allure, help the magazine's editors discover you by creating Pinterest boards devoted to the unique aspects of your talent: If you're a dancer, get on Twitter and follow the companies that inspire you. Join the conversation. This is your opportunity to speak directly to artistic directors and casting agents. This is your chance to distinguish yourself. It won't happen overnight, but if you regularly reach out, and demonstrate your passion, and have a solid website, even a Tumblr account documenting you and your experience, don't think that people won't eventually come sniffing around.
  
Use social media to develop and discover your talent. If you want to write, for example, and you don't have a blog... no, no, I'm not angry, just disappointed. Why wouldn't you take advantage of a free platform to present and articulate your vision? You were hoping that one day your talent would spring, fully-formed, from your procrastination onto the Daily news etc Or, you know, you could realize that everyone has to start

Use social media to present as the artist you wish to become. For many artists, the biggest obstacle to them fully investing in themselves is their own inability to believe, in their heart of hearts, that yes, they could be the film-maker, photographer, singer, whatever, they so yearn to be. And if you can't convince yourself, it's virtually impossible to convince the people who might otherwise hire you. You have to start seeing yourself as the artist you want to be, in order to become that person. Start valuing your art so that others may care.
Understand that different platforms reach different audiences. You'll have to spend some time thinking about who exactly is your ideal audience. What do you want people to take away from your on-line presence and personality? What are you trying to achieve? Identify your goals so you can work backwards and create a social media strategy designed to attack and achieve them.
Numbers don't matter but content is king. Some people are so mortified by the idea of starting a Facebook page, for example, and having to ask people to "like" the page, and having, for a while only 65 likes, that they dismiss the whole idea. And yet, if you have 65 people who are commenting on your page, and sharing your status updates... it's not just 65 people seeing that you got the lead role, but their friends, and friends of friends. And you truly have no idea whom your friends know. Also, yes, not all of your friends will support you, but so what? That's their loss. Because some people will change your life with their generosity and support. But no one can help you achieve your dreams IF YOU DON'T HELP YOURSELF!
So. I'm curious: what are you waiting for?


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