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How Samiksha Got Insights With The Digital Marketing Pro Course

Samiksha Munghate was looking for a place to learn Search Engine Optimization and up her game as a Digital Marketer when she stumbled across the MyCaptain Digital Marketing Pro Course.

A little bit about Samiksha

I had already worked a previous job as a Digital Marketing Executive in Nagpur, Maharashtra. So I knew that this would be a passion that I’d like to pursue and explore different parts of it.

It was just my luck that I happened to stumble upon MyCaptain on Instagram.

After a look at the syllabus, I went ahead with Digital Marketing Pro Course and it was the best decision I have ever made!

How was your experience with MyCaptain

Once the course began, I had a very good experience with MyCaptain. I thought the projects and assignments were extremely interactive and helped me learn in a hands-on sort of way.

I also thought that the learning material that was provided was extremely in depth and added immense value to what the Captains taught during the LIVE classes.

It was an experience that always left me wanting to learn more and grow my skills to be the best.

What did you feel about the course?

In my opinion, the courses were well crafted and gave me a better understanding of Search Engine Optimization, backlinks and more.

It was an opportunity to learn what it takes to be a Digital Marketer and get insights from the Captains who have already done it before.

I am able to talk about everything that I’ve learned from the course and I can use the projects and assignments in future job opportunities. 

The projects and assignments that we did in the course was my favourite part.

How was your overall placement experience?

My placement experience was a pretty effective one. 

Shortly after I finished the course, my resume was sent out and it was all a big waiting game till I heard back from one of the companies.

I was lucky enough to wake up to an email that said I was shortlisted for the role of Digital Marketer at IPV.

The process went by pretty fast as the interview was scheduled for later that same evening.

For the first time, I wasn’t nervous and felt that the interview would go very well.

Last words from Samiksha

I would recommend this course to anyone that wants to get a head start in a specific field or get insights into a field that they are already in.

This is your chance to learn more, clear your doubts and grow your skills to make you the best!

From Chemical Engineer to Copywriter: This is Riya Prakash’s Story.

Riya Prakash was a Chemical Engineer that longed to pursue a career in the field of literature when she came across our Content and Copywriting Pro Course.

A bit about Riya

I had completed my B.Tech from Banasthali College in Jaipur when Covid restrictions set in and wanted to find a breakthrough for myself.

That’s when I first came across MyCaptain’s Content and Copywriting Pro Course, after a little bit of research and a lot of discussions with the MyCaptain Executive, I decided to put my faith in them and enrolled in the Course.

How was your experience with MyCaptain?

Before the course began, I’d already been in touch with the Program Manager, who helped me understand how the course would work and helped me start my career as a Content and Copywriter.

The mentors gave me insights that I did not think I would require .

What did you feel about the course?

I found the Program Coordinators to be extremely helpful and supportive, both during and after the course had ended.

They also made sure that the groups were interactive and were always bustling with activity, it was a great way to bring out the introverts that usually shy away from group activities and discussions.

That was my favorite part of the course. 

How was your overall placement experience?

MyCaptain actually helped me throughout my placement journey, they even helped me build my resume and my portfolio.

Once I completed the course, my resume was forwarded  to Adscult and I got shortlisted!

I got through all the interview rounds easily and I even received an offer from Adscult for the role of a Social Media Copywriter!

Last words from Riya.

If you feel like you want to have a breakthrough, a switch in your field might be just the way to get started.

Don’t be scared to take the leap and find your dream career, it will be worth it!

From Physical Education to Digital Marketing: This is Akshay Nair’s story

Akshay Nair was studying to become a Physical Education teacher/coach when he decided to switch career paths and took up our Digital Marketing Pro Course.

A little bit about Akshay.

I was a sportsperson throughout school and I always thought that it would be what I’d pursue as a career. I moved from Mumbai and completed my Bachelors of Physical Education from Bharati Vidyapeeth, Pune.

It is a course where you learn about Olympic sports in India, how to train people and become coaches and physical education teachers. I wanted to be a part of the Indian Sports Industry.

What was your journey to finding MyCaptain like?

Once I completed college, I realised the sports field in India was not for me and turned towards the business side of the industry. That’s how I got into doing an MBA from the Symbiosis School of Sports Science.

I thought that getting an MBA would further help me understand the intricacies of businesses, but that’s when Covid hit and everything changed.

During the lockdown, I decided ‌I wanted to pursue a different path.

At the time, a few of my friends had recommended MyCaptain to me and suggested that I take up a course. So after they mentioned it a few times, I checked it out for myself and went straight to the website.

Once I’d shown interest in the Digital Marketing Pro Course, the MyCaptain executives soon reached out and cleared up all my doubts.

Shortly after that, I took up the course and I have no regrets about it!

How was your experience with MyCaptain?

Once I took up the course, I slowly started realising that marketing could be a career I would love to follow.

My favourite part of the course were the industry insights that we received from the Captains. They gave me a better understanding of what I will be doing and what I need to succeed in the field. I think it’s pretty crazy that we can connect with somebody working the very jobs we want to.

What did you feel about the course?

I loved how the course began. It started off with an amazing introduction into what a Social Media Manager does and even held a little quiz after every class.

I received a plethora of knowledge from the Captains while learning so many different tools and how to target Ads.

The learning modules were curated so well that you would have no doubts by the time you were through, but even when there were doubts, the Captain cleared them all up after the class was done.

Without this course, I would not have been able to build the confidence I needed to become a Social Media Manager.

How was your overall placement experience?

Once I had completed the course, we received placement and interview training- this was completely unexpected as the team at MyCaptain helped me optimise my LinkedIn account and resume as well. I received an interview at a company called Saasguru, a leading ed-tech platform that handles the entire lifecycle of assessing, up-skilling, and certification of talent.

I went through all the rounds easily and I received an offer from Saaasguru for the role of a Social Media Manager!

Last words from Akshay.

Switching fields wasn’t a problem for me and I now feel like I could still pursue my passion for sports as a Marketing Executive instead.

If you feel like you need to switch, then you should go on and take the leap cause it might just lead you to your dreams!

How to perform spoken word poetry

Before we dwell on spoken word poetry, let us get an understanding of what poetry is and the origin of poetry.

Poetry is a form of art that uses human language for its aesthetic qualities. Moreover, it can also choose to use its notional and semantic content.  

It mainly consists of oral or literary work used in such a way that the language is felt by the user as well as the audience.

Poetry uses a condensed or compressed form to convey the emotion or ideas to the readers or the listener’s mind or ear. To achieve musical or incantatory effects, poetry can also use devices such as assonance and repetition. 

More often than not, poems rely on the musical qualities of a language, word association, and the imagery produced by those words. 

Due to words being strategically used, poems are extremely difficult to translate into another language. 

How often have you heard a poem in Urdu but its literal translation in English, does not make any sense? 

These shades and nuances of meaning can be difficult to interpret in addition to causing different readers to “hear” a particular piece of poetry differently. This makes poems have only reasonable interpretations rather than definitive ones.

Now, let’s move on to spoken word poetry.

What is spoken word poetry?

Spoken word is meant to be read out loud and proud.

In simple words, the spoken word is what is meant to be read out loud. Some examples of the spoken word you might be familiar with are stories, poems, monologues, slam poetry, rap, and even stand-up comedy

As a result, the use of words and phrases that project onto the minds of the listeners like vivid images, sounds, actions, and other sensations is a must. With proper use of words, your listeners will see, smell, feel, and even taste what you want them to. 

This genre of poetry has its roots in oral traditions and performances. The spoken word can encompass or contain elements of rap, hip-hop, storytelling, theatre, jazz, rock, blues, and folk music. 

Characterized by rhyme, repetition, improvisation, and wordplay.

Spoken word poems frequently refer to issues of social justice, politics, race, and community. 

Related to slam poetry, the spoken word may draw on music, sound, dance, or other kinds of performance to connect with audiences.

Usually, there’s a time limit of about five minutes or a one-poem limit, which typically works out to 3–5 minute

If you are planning to perform soon, here are a few tips:

Tips to perform spoken word poetry.

1. Choose a subject and have an attitude.

Pick your topic and radiate confidence.

No attitude, no poem! 

The “richness” in poetry comes from the feelings and opinions of the poet. Everyone goes through their own experiences and develops a view of the world, unlike others. 

To be able to touch your audience, it is extremely important for the poet to show the necessary courage and express his/her thoughts freely. It doesn’t matter how bizarre your views are, poetry at its roots is for self-expression. 

The key here is to build confidence. We must acknowledge ourselves as writers and understand that what we have to say is important. 

2. Pick your poetic devices.

Surprisingly enough, poems that incorporate simple yet powerful poetic elements are the ones that get noticed. 

Repetition is one such poetic device that can help a writer generate exciting poems by just repeating a key phrase or image. 

Rhyming can also enrich your diction and performance. 

You can check out other poetic devices while you’re at it and learn to use them properly.

3. Research different styles of spoken word poems and poets.

Research all the way.

There’s a ton of authors that are spoken-word poets: Watsky, Kevin Coval, Sarah Kay, Phil Kaye, Guante, and so many more. 

Watching different artists use different styles might just do the trick and inspire you to write your own masterpiece.  

Hop on YouTube and explore the search bar…

4. Develop your style.

First, choose a subject that you are really passionate about. If your heart is into it, then so will your audience be. 

Second, decide how you want your poem to be presented. 

And lastly, fuse these two…

That’s the way you could solidify your confidence when you perform it if you ever do, spoken word is meant to be performed. This is what we mean by ‘style’.

5. Respond to a troubling question or idea.

Respond to questions.

Some of the best-spoken words come from a response to a question or idea that makes you think. Pick a question that makes you feel unsettled or curious. Then, write a detailed response to create the spoken word piece.

For example, you may try responding to a question like “What are you afraid of?” “What bothers you about the world?” or “Who is the most valued person in your life?”

6. Come up with a gateway line.

The gateway line is usually the first line of the piece. It may sum up the main topic and/or set the theme for the entire poem. 

The line can also introduce the story you are about to tell in a clear, eloquent way. A good way to find a gateway line is to write down the first ideas or thoughts that pop into your head when you focus on a topic, moment, or experience. 

For example, you may come up with a gateway line like, “The first time I saw her, I was alone, but I did not feel alone.” This will then let the reader know you are going to be talking about a female person, a “her,” and about how she made you feel less lonely.

7. Use repetition to reinforce an idea or image.

Repetition can help your listeners focus.

Most spoken words will use repetition to great effect, where you repeat a phrase or word several times in the piece. 

You may try repeating the gateway line several times to remind the reader of the theme of your piece. Or you may repeat an image you like in the piece so the listener is reminded of it again and again. 

For example, you may repeat the phrase “The first time I saw her” in the piece and then add on different endings or details to the phrase

8. Finalize everything.

Once again, read your piece out loud. Moreover, ensure that everything flows smoothly and that you are indeed happy with what you have created.  Perform it for a teacher or a friend. 

But remember that you are doing all this for improving. So don’t forget to ask for their honest feedback.

9. Have fun and perform.

Enjoy yourself.

After you’ve finalized everything, and you know how you want to perform it, have fun with it. 

You’ve finished everything for the piece and you can still edit it here and there if you end up being unhappy with it again.

Spoken-word is really fun and it’s a chance to put your voice out there about something you are passionate about.

Before jumping into the spoken-word form, simply write everything you love, know, agree, and disagree with. 

Why?

Because more often than not, human thoughts are like a tree. One branch will lead to smaller branches and those to the leaves and so on. 

For example, for an ode to autumn, we would write about how we love the colours of leaves, wearing beanies, bonfires, and the best part: no mosquitos. 

Plus, you have an excuse to wear hoodies and cuddle up in a blanket!

Psychology Courses: How Useful Are They?

In recent years, the demand for psychology courses has risen so much that it left a gap that needed to be filled.

Psychology is the study of the mind and behaviour of various individuals.

It can also include the biological, social, and environmental factors that influence how some people think, act, or even feel.

Understanding psychology can give you better insights into why you do the things you do as well as give you a better understanding of other people.

What are the different types of Psychology?

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Psychology is a broad field.

Psychology is a very broad field and there is no real way of classifying them all.

But the 4 most common types of psychology are;

1. Clinical Psychology

Clinical psychology is the service of providing continued and comprehensive mental and behavioural care for people that require help.

2. Cognitive Psychology

Cognitive psychology is nothing but the study of mental processes like memory, problem-solving abilities, creativity and reasoning.

3. Behavioural Psychology

Behavioural psychology is a theory that suggests that the environment around a child could shape his behaviour for the rest of his life.

4. Biopsychology

Biopsychology is analysing how the brain and other aspects of our biology affect our behaviour, feelings and thoughts.

Careers in Psychology and their Courses

You need a degree in psychology to pursue it.

Once you’ve completed a BA or A BSc, you will have the chance to opt to pursue a career in psychology.

Psychology is a broad field, a lot of which has yet to be explored, some of the options you will have are;

1. Psychiatrist

Psychiatry is considered to be one of the highest paying fields in the world of psychology. It is also considered a career in medicine.

2. Neuropsychologist

Neuropsychologists require a doctorate or clinical degree in neuropsychology to be allowed to practice this form of psychology.

They specialise in the study of cognitive science.

3. Clinical Psychologist

To become a Clinical psychologist, you require a doctorate degree in psychology.

They are also trained to assess, diagnose, treat, and prevent mental illness.

4. Counseling Psychologist

To become a counselling psychologist, one must have a PhD or Ed.D. degree.

They do many of the same tasks that clinical psychologists do like offering psychotherapy and mental health treatment, but they work with clients with less severe forms of mental illness.

5. School Psychologist

School psychologists usually work within the educational system to diagnose and treat behaviour and learning problems in children.

Psychology coursesdo they help?

Online Psychology courses can give you a better understanding of what you like.

With Mental Health Awareness taking the world by storm, more people have wanted to delve a little bit into the world of psychology.

But even with the world being put on pause, the world still functioned like it always did online.

You can find a course for nearly anything online, which is why it’s become one of the best places to learn new things.

With just the click of a button, you could land up on a page with courses made just for you.

There are so many platforms out there, just like us.

You could find psychology courses that would help give you a better understanding of what type of psychology you prefer.

Benefits of taking Psychology courses

The benefits of taking a course will help you understand yourself better.

There are some great reasons to learn about psychology, even if you don’t want a career in it.

  • Improves critical thinking.
  • You will understand yourself better.
  • You will understand people better too.

Scope of Psychology courses

There’s a very wide scope of psychology in India.

Psychology is slowly but steadily gaining attention and traction in India. With the rise of the Mental Health Awareness movement, people have finally taken an interest in their own mental health.

There will always be a need for professionals that can help individuals manage, control or deal with the issues that they have.

The scope of Psychology ranges from mental well-being, personal and professional development, medical and nursing, family and relationships and more. 

The field of Psychology is a beautiful one that we believe everyone should try at least once.

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An Introduction to Creative Writing.

When people think of creative writing, they usually think of fiction or poetry, but it’s important to remember that creative nonfiction exists too. 

It is the kind of writing that takes an out-of-the-box approach to its subject. 

It is also a huge difference from academic, technical, or news writing, which is normally dry and mostly factual. 

What is Creative Writing?

Creative writing displays imagination.

Creative writing is an art form at its finest.

Some even go as far as to call it the art of making things up.

It’s imaginative writing done in a way that isn’t academic or technical but can still attract an audience. 

It can be any type of writing that is original and self-expressive. 

A news article, for example, isn’t considered creative because the goal would be to present facts and not the feelings of the writer. 

The purpose of it is to entertain people as well as share the experiences that make us all human, like love or loss. 

If you want to try it out yourself, remember that the first step is to use your imagination.

What are the types and forms of Creative Writing?

Each type of these writing genres has a distinct aim.

There are four types of creative writing, they are;

1. Descriptive:

Descriptive writing helps a reader imagine a character, place, experience and more in extreme detail.

2.Persuasive:

Also known as argumentation, persuasive writing is used to help the reader understand the writers point better.

3. Narrative:

A narrative is just presenting connected events in order to make a good story out of it.

4. Expository:

This style of writing is used to reveal or put out information about a certain party.

It is one of the most typical types of writing and can be seen in magazines, newspapers and articles.

Creative writing takes on many forms, some of them are;

1. Poetry

Poetry evokes a concentrated imaginative awareness.

In poetry, the only rule is that there are no rules. You are not bound to write something that doesn’t interest you, and you can be as creative as you want to be.

There are different types of poetry too, the most common ones are free verse, haiku, sonnets and limericks.

2. Novels

A novel tells a story about people and events that are not real.

A novel is a book that tells a story with connected events. Most novels are around over 40,000 words long but some can go up to 80,000 to 100,000 words.

Some novel genres are mysteries, romance, thrillers and fantasy.

3. Short stories

Stories that are around 5000 words are called short stories.

Short stories are normally works of fiction that are around 5,000-10,000 words long. They are pretty similar to novels, the biggest difference is the length.

How to begin creative writing?

Writing can be intimidating for anyone.

When you are just starting to experiment with creative writing, it’s good to remember that not everyone writes at the same pace.

Something that might take you days to write, could take someone else a few hours.

It’s good to remind yourself that everyone works differently and not compare yourself with other writers.

Some other tips to keep in mind when you are starting out are;

1. Find the right tone.

Every writer’s tone is as unique as a snowflake, but finding your groove can take a bit of time.

You should be sure to experiment with different tones and ways to find the one that suits you the best.

2. Take time to find your writing style.

Every writer has to take their own sweet time while finding out what type of writing works for them.

If you’ve noticed, no two books are ever written the same way. Even when written by the same author, to a trained eye, you will see subtle nuances in the way the book is written.

3. Make time for your writing.

Making time to write can be a hard task for any of us, but when you don’t make time to focus on something that you love, you could end up losing motivation to do it.

Even putting aside a few minutes every day can help keep your passion alive.

4. Make the effort to expand your vocabulary.

Growing your vocabulary can help you not only sound better but can help with your reach, by improving your vocabulary you can effortless knit the story together.

Creative writing can be an outlet to help you get some of those hard to understand emotions out of your head.

There are even courses you can take that will help you improve!

It’s an amazing skill that helps you escape to a place you can call your own.

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A Guide to the Stock Market Basics.

If the stock market basics confuse you, you are not the only one.

Most people are either scared or don’t know how to start investing in the stock market.

Yes, the risk may be high but the reward can be pretty great.

Individuals with very little experience in investing are scared off by stories of investors losing 50% or more of what they put in.

But with the right tips and skills on your side, you may just reap the reward you sow.

What is the stock market?

The stock market lets buyers and sellers negotiate prices and make trades.

A stock market is a place for investors to connect with each other and buy and sell shares of ownership in a company.

It works through a network of exchanges such as the New York Stock Exchange or Bombay Stock Exchange, where companies can list shares of their stock on an exchange through a process called an initial public offering or IPO.

What are shares? 

In simple terms, a share indicates a percentage of ownership in a company or a financial asset.

Investors who hold shares are known as shareholders.

They stand to benefit in the event of a company’s profits and also take their share in the company’s losses.

Why companies need shares.

Companies issue shares to raise money from investors who invest their money.

When a company is starting, scaling up or expanding its business, it will require more capital.

During such times, a company can offer a certain number of shares based on its market value that investors can buy.

Since investors will be paying the company money, in return, they will be part owners.

These are just some of the stock market basics for beginners to understand because it is important to know why companies need shares at all.

What is a stock?

A stock is a financial instrument that represents ownership in a company or corporation and a proportionate claim on what it owns and generates.

Stock ownership means that the shareholder that owns 100,000 shares of a company with a million outstanding shares would have a 10% ownership stake in it.

Most companies have outstanding shares in the millions or billions.

Types of stock.

There are two main types of stocks: common stock and preferred stock.

While there are two main types of stock,

  • Common shares.
  • Preferred shares.

the term equities are synonymous with common shares, as their market value and trading volumes are larger than that of preferred shares.

What is the difference between stock and share? 

‘Stocks’ and ‘shares’ are terms that every investor must understand before starting their investing journey.

The terms are often interchangeably used, but many people don’t realise that there is a slight difference between stock and share.

It is true that they denote the same thing, that is an individual’s ownership in a public company.

However, while the term ‘stock’ refers to part-ownership in one or more companies, the term ‘share’ has a more specific meaning.

‘Share’ refers to the unit of ownership in a single company.

What is a stock exchange?

A stock exchange is a marketplace, where financial securities issued by companies are bought and sold.

Stock exchanges are secondary markets where existing shareholders transact with potential buyers.

It is important to understand that corporations listed on stock markets don’t buy and sell their own shares on a regular basis.

They might engage in stock buybacks or issue new shares but they are not day-to-day operations and often occur outside of the exchange.

So when you buy a share of stock on the stock market, you are not buying it from the company, but from some other existing shareholder.

Likewise, when you sell your shares, you don’t sell them back to the company rather you sell them to some other investor.

Pros and cons of investing in the stock market 

Studies have shown that, over long periods of time, stocks can generate investment returns that are higher than those from other asset classes.

Stock returns arise from capital gains and dividends.

Capital gains happen when you sell a stock at a higher price than the price at which you purchased it.

A dividend is the share of profit that a company distributes to its shareholders.

Dividends have contributed to nearly one-third of total equity return since 1956, while capital gains have contributed two-thirds.

What are stock market courses?

The courses are a detailed overview of investing.

Stock market courses will not only give you insight into the stock market but can also help you start exploring investing by mock trading.

There are many institutions offering stock market courses in India. Some even provide a comprehensive learning experience for investors with not much prior knowledge.

Those who want to learn more about stock market trading or wish to upgrade skills should always look out for good share trading classes.

Platforms like MyCaptain provide the people interested with easy to understand and well-taught courses that can help them achieve the goals they want.

The main significance is to choose the best course depending on what you’re expecting.

How to start investing in stocks? 

Once you’ve learnt the stock market basics, try online demo or mock trading websites or apps.

You start by opening an account that is linked with a pre-existing bank account to carry out transactions smoothly.

Sign in and pick a stock that you want to invest in. 

Purchase the stock at its listed price and specify the number of units.

Once a seller reciprocates, your purchase order will get executed. Post completion of the transaction, your bank account will get debited with the required amount.

Key Takeaways 

Investing is a risky business.
  • Share prices get set by supply and demand when buyers and sellers place orders.
  • Both individual and institutional investors can come together on stock exchanges to buy and sell shares in public venues.
  • Listing on exchanges provide companies with liquidity as well as the ability to raise capital.
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Career options that you didn’t know existed.

When entering the job market, most people end up considering more traditional career options such as teacher, doctor, police officer and lawyer normally.

But there are many careers options that you might not know about.

Some of which you might even be qualified for based on your degree, skills or areas of interest.

Why is it important to know about different career options?

to know the importance of different career options.
Start your career right by doing your research.

While you are starting out, it’s important to research different options so that you have more things to choose from.

Choosing a career is one of the most important decisions any of us have to make in our lives but it is about so much more than deciding what you will do to make a living.

It’s something that you will have to enjoy doing, day in and day out.

Some people just know what they want to do, while the rest of us are left confused.

Many don’t put a lot of effort into choosing their careers or they pick them for the wrong reasons. 

Some choose careers that seem secure or pay well. Others choose jobs that make them happy.

The best way to make sure that you don’t end up unhappy with the choices you’ve made is to have a well-thought-out plan.

Career options that you probably didn’t know existed.

1. Chief Listening Officer

Listening is a job skill now.

Being a good listener is a job skill now.

As a chief listening officer, you scan different social media sites for feedback, tips, complaints and ideas about the company.

You will then have to direct what you find to the correct teams.

For example, a customer tweets something negative, flag it to the customer service team for a follow-up.

2. Heritage Officer

A heritage officer educates the public about the importance of a historic place or landscape.

The responsibilities of a heritage officer can include talks and tours, leading events, answering questions, organizing the archives and developing new conservation policies.

A person with a background in history is the perfect fit for the job.

3. Food Stylist

Food stylists make food look better than they do in real life.

If you’ve ever wondered why food always looks better in commercials?

It’s probably because there was a food stylist behind that shot.

They use colour, shape and texture to make the food look as good as possible for restaurants, magazines, photographers, caterers and other companies.

Most food stylists have a culinary arts degree.

4. Flavour Technologist

A flavour technologist is the person responsible for making the coffee ice cream that most of us love taste like coffee.

As a flavour technologist, you can help develop and manufacture the flavouring used in the various food and drink products in our daily life.

They conduct experiments, produce samples and come up with processes to keep the flavours consistent across all products to collect performance results.

To become a flavour technologist you need a bachelor’s degree in food science, nutrition, chemistry or a related field.

5. Mustering Pilot

Helicopters are used to herd cattle.

Mustering pilots wrangle, locate and protect herds of cattle using a helicopter.

They fly it close to the ground to ward off any potential threats to the herd and keep the cattle in safe areas.

The job is very common in Australia, so you might have to relocate to begin your career.

6. Sound Designer

Sound designers compose, record, mix and implement music and sound effects for use in movies, television shows, video games and others.

You can either freelance or work full-time for a company.

But to get the job, you must have experience in using professional audio editing tools that help you record, edit, synchronize and master audio.

7. Underwater Archaeologist

Explore underwater shipwrecks.

Did you know that you can get paid to explore shipwrecks as an underwater archaeologist?

This subset of archaeology focuses on sites that are underwater.

They normally can include sunken ships, harbours and docks, or coastal towns, cities that are now underwater.

Even though they have a master’s or doctorate degree in Anthropology, it is required to get extensive scuba training.

8. Visual Merchandiser

We all know the mannequins in the store window but did you know that you’re likely seeing the work of a visual merchandiser?

Retail stores and department stores to create window displays and displays at counters and other areas within stores use visual merchandisers.

Becoming a visual merchandiser requires a degree in graphic design, fine art, spatial design, interior design, business studies or retail management.

9. Art Therapist

To express the importance of art therapy.

If you want an interesting career in psychology, then art therapy may be the right fit for you.

Art therapy is an expressive form of therapy that improves a person’s overall well-being through artistic expression.

It is part of a healing process and can help reduce a patient’s stress and anxiety, improve self-esteem, and provide many other mental health benefits.

Art therapy can be especially useful for those who have difficulty expressing themselves verbally.

10. Video Gamer

People play video games for a living you have to be extraordinarily skilled at them.

As a video gamer, you will have to spend hours every day practising and perfecting your skills.

Professional gamers can play in front of a live audience, or on live-streaming services like Twitch.

Pay varies greatly by skill level and sponsorships.

Researching different fields and options before joining the workforce will also give you more variety to choose from and will help you do what you love.

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6 Ways to Engage your Twitter Followers.

Social media has grown to such huge heights and being able to engage your Twitter followers has become the top priority.

Content that is not high quality can end up getting ripped apart and pushed to the side.

Twitter is important for building a community of your own.

Increase traffic to your profile by tweeting tips that you must engage your Twitter followers while getting them through their day.

What is Twitter Engagement and why is it important?

Twitter is a social media site, and its primary purpose is to connect people to share their thoughts with a big audience.

Twitter engagement refers to the ways that people can interact with your brand and posts on the platform.

So it includes likes, retweets and replies but also brand mentions, follows, embedded media and links, just to name a few.

In other words, it indicates how popular your brand is on the platform

Here are some tips that will help you increase engagement with the communities on Twitter,

1. Grab your audience at the right time.

Timing is one of the most crucial factors that determine how well a Tweet performs or how many people engage with it.

That’s because Twitter sees around 200,000+ Tweets every day.

It is important to get the Tweet out at a time when people are active for a higher chance of it being seen.

2. Tweet Tweet Tweet.

Tweet consistently.

It is recommended to Tweet consistently, but sending out 15 tweets within the hour may be overwhelming to your followers and will probably be considered spam.

So, It is suggested to schedule the Tweets throughout the day while spacing them by at least 30 minutes.

3. Ask and answer questions.

Asking followers a question is the best way to engage them, but if you want your followers to engage with you, you need to engage your followers.

Answer their questions, share knowledge, participate and consider even engaging in chats.

4. Use hashtags.

Hashtags are important to get your tweets where they need to go.

Just like many other social platforms, using hashtags correctly can help get your tweets out and to the masses, all while increasing your follower count. 

The best way to use hashtags is to look for trending hashtags that fit your editorial plan. Try to include them in your tweets.

When you engage your followers using hashtags, your tweets will be visible to audiences interested in the hashtag, which will end up increasing your reach. 

5. Tweet valuable content.

Without posting valuable content, it is a challenge to engage your followers or stand out from the crowd.

It involves tweeting information that is highly relevant, informative, and educational.

Apart from regular tweets, you can share other types of content like infographics, podcasts, webinars, current events, or even how-to guides.

When you have Twitter you will want to get more likes, comments, retweets, and followers. But you will also have to learn to engage your Twitter followers to keep them hooked.

6. Make the most of visual elements

Visual elements can help get the followers attention.

As any Twitter user knows, the best way to grab your followers attention is a a photo or a video that stands out on the platform in the midst of all the text Tweets.

The more visible your Tweet is, the more likely it is to engage your audience.

In fact, if your Tweets include a GIF, those Tweets get more engagement than those without.

Some influencers have also taken it up as a challenge to try and grow their follower count as well as their engagement rates.

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Ways to Improve your Vocabulary.

Even though the English language can sometimes lack rhyme and reason, it is not that difficult to learn or improve your vocabulary.

You can still improve your vocabulary the same way you did when learning your first language. By reading, listening, writing, watching, and speaking.

Read to improve your vocabulary.

To express the importance of reading to improve your vocabulary.
Reading can open your mind to words that you never knew existed.

Reading is a great way to learn new words, meanings and how you use them.

It is a single person activity.

So you can really take your time going through the new words you have discovered and explore the ways they can be used.

1. Newspaper Articles

Newspapers not only give you information about what is going on in the world, but they can also help teach you new words that you did not know existed.

2. Relevant Blogs

Going through blogs on subjects and hobbies that you enjoy is a great way to familiarize yourself with new words. It is also a great way of keeping yourself interested.

3. Popular Books

While classics help you grow your vocabulary, books that are on the rise are more likely to contain storylines that keep you hooked.

They will also provide you with a well-rounded vocabulary that you can use on a daily basis.

Listen to improve your vocabulary.

To express the importance of listening to new pronunciations to improve your vocabulary.
Listening to new words can help with their pronunciation.

Listening is how we all learned our first words as a child, hence it profoundly impacts how we learn pronunciations as well as how we use new words.

Music

Music is a good and fun way to learn new words while keeping yourself up to date with pop culture. By using genres of music you like and listen to, you can sing along for words you know.

Virtual events and classes.

You can attend classes and events like plays, sports matches, and exhibitions, to listen and try to improve your vocabulary. With different people around, you will hear a few new words every time.

Podcasts

Podcasts can help you expand your vocabulary as there will be a variety of people from all over. They might be using words that you may not have heard before. You can pause and google the word or keep a dictionary with you.

Write to improve your vocabulary.

Writing can help you understand how certain words can be used.

In the golden age of the internet, writing has taken a back seat as an essential to learning and using a new language. Because of this, it’s helpful to have a digital writing assistant to keep your spellings checked and make sure your grammar is right too.

Journaling

Keeping a journal is a good way to incorporate new vocabulary into sentences and check your understanding of those new words that you have learnt that day.

Watch to improve your vocabulary.

Watching Netflix with the subs on can help you improve your vocabulary.

By understanding how a new word can be used and watching someone use it in the right context, you can learn about the different contexts that may surround a new word as well as the gestures and mannerisms that can accompany it. 

Movies

Watching movies is a pretty casual way to learn words or pick up a new language.

Similar to illustrated books, you get the perks of visual cues, while also benefiting from hearing how the word is usually pronounced.

TV

By combing the listening and reading skills by turning on the closed captioning on your Netflix shows, you can visualize the words being spoken aloud.

People-watching

Watch people talking to each other or people around you. Yes, it might seem creepy but by listening to what they’re saying you can pick up new words for you to use. Pay attention to the things they say, how are they using their words? What can you learn about the words they’re using and their mannerisms?

Speak to improve your vocabulary.

Speaking with people that know the language can help you grasp the pronunciations.

Speaking to other people can also help you expand your vocabulary, but most people that are either just learning a language or are a little unsure of pronunciations will prefer learning by themselves at home with people they feel comfortable with.

The best way to expand, improve or grow your vocabulary at home, would be to find a nice corner with a good wifi signal and sit with your dictionary as well as your phone.

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