When we discovered Liz Rozman on the 'gram and all the fabulous things she is up to in the fitness community, we:
1. Put on our cutest workout gear and headed to the gym ASAP
2. Had to reach out and see if she was interested in being a part of the tribe of amazing Toronto entrepreneurs and influencers that make up #WorkItWednesday Fortunately for us - and you, because you get to know more about her! - she said yes and we are SO excited because she is the epitome of
HI FRIENDS. It’s already a month into the new year and guess what - you’ve survived! If this is your first time on our blog, WELCOME. We’re guessing you could be a curious marketer on the lookout for what trends are in store for social media marketing in 2018 and the good news is - we’re here to help. At Work It Social, it’s our job to stay in-the-know on how social media is being used by brands to expand their reach, connect with their audience, and grow their business. And
We're all about supporting equal opportunities and would love to feature more MALE entrepreneurs and influencers that are doing amazing things in Toronto, so if you are one, or know about any, please give us a shout here. This week, we spoke with Adam Madrzyk, an incredibly talented cinematographer about his vision for his business and how he works it everyday. This is what he said.. 1. First off, tell us a little about yourself. What inspired you to get into cinematography?
When it comes to making content like the pros, there’s ONE rule of thumb you should never forget: Don’t reinvent the wheel. Let’s face it. Creating GOOD content isn’t easy. It takes time, energy, and - most importantly - MONEY. And we all know small businesses have all those things in limited quantities. So why waste what little you have into churning out new blog posts, new social media content, and researching new topics, if you don’t have to? Giving old content new life