Everyone has a voice, but who’s got something to say? (266)

CONTENT IS EVERYTHING

We’re living in the most fascinating season of human existence where social media rules the world.

Journalists are competing with virtual platforms where real news and fake news are blurred.

Teachers are competing with virtual platforms where lifelong education and expedient information is being challenged.

CONTENT IS EVERYTHING

In the human struggle to exist and be relevant, is it a lawless jungle where the only the fittest survive? I DON’T BELIEVE SO!

For those who truly have something to say, there will always be an audience.

For those who simply want to dispense frivolous information, there will always be an audience.

Authenticity shouldn’t be jeopardised at the expense of popularity and popularity shouldn’t be passed on as authenticity.

There’s room for market place content where we recognise that Coke isn’t the real thing and that the Real thing often can’t be popularised or mass produced.

CONTENT IS EVERYTHING

As for me, I like working in both worlds.

1. An ability to share heart to heart on things that truly matter which is not always popular.

2. Have fun with ideas and marketing those ideas into reality. Being popular isn’t necessarily evil, it’s all about the content.

Everyone has a voice, but who’s got so to say?

One Comment on “Everyone has a voice, but who’s got something to say? (266)

  1. Always enjoy reading your Bloggs Tom , such meaning

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