27 Clubhouse Strategies I Learned from African Rooms

27 Clubhouse Strategies I Learned from African Rooms
William Jackson, M.Ed. Presenter One Africa Forum
Blogger for Africa On The Blog – https://www.africaontheblog.org/

1. Write as if the world is going to view your content that represents
you and your passions. People should want to join you on your digital
journey when you’re writing content. Voice apps and podcasts extend written blogs
so be sure your Profile is current.
2. When blogging take the time to read, review, rewrite, and revise
what you have written. Grammar and spelling count as they match
with your audio content. Your voice has transformative powers if
applied correctly and a solid foundation of information.
3. Incorporate different media from diverse authors so you can
reflect upon your writing direction, developing your audience and
building influence as a content creator.

4. Personal reflection is important, it is vital to think on your digital
journey and consider your desired results even on digital platforms.
What is your mission and vision for your content?
5. Embrace the diversity of the world, it expands your ability to
connect and engage with the diversity of your audience and expands
your reach.
6. Attend conferences that allow for sharing of ideas and concepts.
No content creator is an island to themselves, you should attend
conferences, workshops and seminars both virtual and in-person.

7. When creating remember your building relationships with others
on a global scale. Content creators must have a global perspective
of the world.
8. Read writers that you respect and admire, this inspires your
creativity and literary growth. Reading is fundamental to academic
and professional growth. I read works by Achebe,  Wole Soyinka
and others to understand African beliefs and social connections.
9. Storytelling paints a picture, use words that encourage the
imagination and inspire consistent content development.

10. When creating content understand that creating is a process,
the more you write (create) the better you get.
11. Don’t be afraid to submit your writings to newspapers,
magazines and online to be published and expand your digital
12. Keep your passion and excitement about your writing,
it is an extension of who you are and your purpose in life.

13. Write for enjoyment and a purpose.
Your aim as a content creator wether you’re doing it through podcasting,
blogging, or whatever content creation medium should always be
14. Delivering good quality content, and by doing so you’re making a pact with your audience telling them that you deserve their time and trust.
15.Don’t fall into the perfectionism trap trying to make everything look perfect to your audience, yes you have to make good quality content but being perfectionist won’t help you learn and evolve.

16. Your writing is an important part of who you are, what
you’re growing into and how to expand your voice as an
African citizen.
17. Starting off in a traditional blog, be willing to incorporate
Microblogging, Podcasting, Vlogging and other technologies
that reach diverse audiences.
18. The Earth is a global community, even if you’re writing
towards a particular group be accepting of diversity and

19. Never doubt your ability to grow beyond where you are.
20. Don’t blog when you are emotional, your judgement
will be blurred and filled with emotions not facts and focus.
21. Never use your blog to spread racism, prejudice, hate,
sexism or hateful speech. This will damage your Brand and
your reputation.

22. Never be a divider of people but aim to be a unifying
element on a global scale. We are a global family and
should move to embracing, respecting, and lifting each
other up.
23. Be careful of who you associate with on social platforms,
this will influence future relationships, associations and
24. Never let people throw shade on your picture of
yourself. Being authentic is important. Be comfortable in
your own skin.

25. Freedom of speech is a constitutional and human right
unless you slander, accuse, threaten and demean others.
26. Be careful and protect your intellectual property, don’t
use company or word-based hardware/software to store
blogs, videos or photos. You will lose your rights.
27. Remember your content is making history each time
you post. It is being stored, archived and landing
someplace. One day in the future either near or far
someone will read and engaged with it.

A content creator is a life-long journey and should be a
life-long adventure, filled with contemplation, joy,
excitement, transformational change and collaboration.

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