So, the semester is coming to a close at the University of Tennessee. I am at a crossroad when it comes to blogging because, ever since spring break, I have been authoring another blog site called Soshitech. It is a website that speaks about news in technology, social media, advertising, etc. They have been featured in the Huffington Post. So, I was excited when someone took notice of my blog and asked me to join their team. Ever since then, I have been writing but displaying my work on two different sites.
My curiosity lead me to an interesting conclusion. It is not that my writings lack innovation; it all comes down to how visible you are to the public. I am a perfect example of self-segregation on social media. Because my voice is minute on my blog, my reach is minimal; however, through Soshitech, I have received several shares through Google plus, Facebook, and Twitter. When I really started to engage readers and receive feedback, I started to question the survival of my own blog. The reason I state that I am somewhat torn is because, when it comes to blogging, I know that what I say is of value. My keen insight is not like others–which may make it difficult for some to understand from where I come. That is neither here nor there.
I guess, at this point, I have to decide how I want to continue to strengthen my voice.