About 8 months ago I signed AJ and I up for Camp BYLR (Build Your Life Resume) with @jesseitzler ...It’s an adult camping weekend that had a decent element of physical activity. There’s also business training and life strategy segments... ...not sure how the time snuck on me this quickly but it starts TODAY....join me in my IG stories (@CoachKellyJ) as I document what it means to get outside of your comfort zone. It’s cold as North Pole and raining here in Georgia. I’m a tad nervous but WILLING to lean in to the process and what will become a weekend #TheJs will log in the books of #lifeadventures
P.S. DO something today to push you outside of your comfort zone. That's where growth lives...
Here's to a good life if I don't make it....lol....I'll be fine....hopefully....maybe...maybe not...YES, I WILL! I GOT THIS! :)
When you’re running social media ad campaigns, it’s interesting to see how many people are viewing your content. You can measure this by looking at two key performance indicators (KPIs):
The importance of these metrics varies depending on your campaign type and goals. A campaign optimized for link clicks, for instance, won’t necessarily need to measure awareness but one optimized for awareness would.
One thing to always review is the ratio of impressions to reach. If the reach is 1,000 and your content received 10,000 impressions, each person within your audience group saw your ad about 10 times on average.
"I'm the first one in my family to go to college..."
I can't tell you how many times I've had this conversation with clients. I love it...it's mind blowing to encounter so many women that are the black sheep of the family that chose a different path and are making their own way through life. In many cases, their ability to overcome their surroundings most often wasn't because they had someone on the sidelines cheering them on. It's because they decided to dig deep and know there was more out there...AND to take the action to go and get it.
For me, I'm from a family of six children...all the same parents (yes, that is necessary to say these days...lol). I'm number four out of six and we didn't grow up with a silver spoon of any sort. We were raised very rich in ethics and morals. I actually didn't know we were financially poor until I became an adult and learned that the big block of cheese and all those gallons of milk we got every month were actually from government assistance.
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