Let your brand speak for you without them knowing.
Since I was a child, I've had no desire for a professional job or a career. I'm one of those people who just can't get enough of creative things like writing, editing, and giving speeches. I seek to enjoy ideas that are outside of my comfort zone and things that inspire me.
So, I began to look into freelancing as a way to make money and discover myself more.
Last year, I started working as an intern as a social media manager and copywriter for a new B2B company. I learned a lot of methods, strategies, and ways to use different tools that are important for my job. Some of these are copywriting and content writing with keywords, Zoho Social, Canva, and other editing software. My part-time job as a content writer has helped me improve my skills and services over the years.
In addition to this specialty, I was able to produce materials and courses in the fields of beauty business and marketing. I wrote a website blog, the content for a landing page, and other pieces that showed the brand's personality. Video editing, graphic design, and other technical duties come after a course of training and practice.
These skill sets of mine that I was able to establish and craft for years are now helping businesses elevate their game and reach the peak of success. Even though I'm young, I can already tell that I can do a great job for my clients and work hard on any job I'm given. I think that practice doesn't make things perfect, but it does make them last. Consistency is the key!
Onlinejobs.ph "ID Proof" indicates if "they are who they say they are".
It DOES NOT indicate skill level.
ID Proof scores are 0 - 99 with 99 being the best. It is calculated based on dozens of data points.
It's intended to help employers know who they're talking to is real, and not a fake identity.