Step by step

I have been writing blog since December, 2010. I learned creating and using blog from

“WeBlog” project held by Ireli Public Union. Creating and writing for the blog, I justthought about sharing my knowledge and my point of view on various issues, as well as some of my translations with different people. As I have a different profession, I didn’t intend  to become a journalist. However, day by day I began learning about blogging instantly, using social media equipments
which I owe to “Podblog” Podcasting project held by Netizen New Media organization, revealing what’s inside myself, revealing what I think about every-day events. All these made me keeping  more in touch with social events, reading more and writing constantly. I liked it to see how my site stats grow, how there are more likes and comments. :-) That meant, there are people who read my blog, there are people who like my writings. What a great motivation these LIKEs give!  :)

And on a one nice day :) , I saw an announcement for a social correspondent on Women’s forum site. I read the requirements and thought, “Yes, this is for me. I have to try my hand on this.” Here I would write about women’s problems, here I would highlight social problems that I’m worried about. Here I can reveal what I think, how I feel to more readers. And at last here I would learn, practise and improve my skills as a social correspondent more. As I have always thought, “a success is 1 drop of talent and 99 drops of sweat.”  If I have this 1 drop, why not to shed 99 drops? That was how I applied for the position of a social correcpondent.

Now I’m in the training held by Women’s forum and writing this article. I was not mistaken. After interview, they called me telling that I meet their requirements and I’ll begin writing for them after our two days’ training on blogging and journalism. I was very happy being one of 6 bloggers who won this competition. I’m at the beginning of the way now.  I will do my best to be useful for women, for society. And it will be my pleasure to improve as a journalist.

I wish good luck to all the participants of the project and thank to our mentors and trainers Bailey and Aaron very much.

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