WELCOME TO NEW VIBEZ!
Let’s turn your dreams into a reality and your platform into the goto place for services directed towards your niche.
Hey, I'm Kylah!
I’ve been blogging for almost 5 years and it wasn’t until Summer 2018 that I’ve been able to narrow my niche down and focus my content around one area. I started out doing music reviews and lifestyle post to actually finding my passion behind the camera and in the creative director position of projects as opposed to being the subject of all my content. Now, I enjoy directing, shooting projects and helping other up and coming entrepreneurs like myself make their digital mark on the internet.
Creative Digital Marketing is something I genuinely have a passion for and when you put that together with my love for photography, the possibilities are endless. Being able to narrow down your focus allows you to study with a better purpose and ultimately become an expert within your niche which in the long run will make you more credible. It feels so good to know exactly what I want and what I need to do to make it happen and now I want to help you do the same.
Why Every Creative Should Have A Website
3 Apps To Help You Automate Your Content
Things To Do Before Launching A Website
Surprisingly, there are still some creative professionals without a website; I’m not talking about your Facebook page/ group or any other business account held on a social media platforms, those don’t count, however, you should have both of them. Here are some of the reasons why…
Batching and automating your content is probably one of the best things you can do for yourself as a content creator. Batching allows you to plan and schedule posts ahead of time and without you even having to be there. Here are my top three apps used to keep my content organized and ready to go.
You want to start a website to promote your work, but don’t know what you should do first. We’ve all been there and it’s okay; once you realize how easy starting your own website can be, you’ll be posting and uploading in no time. Here’s a list of things you should do to get your website up and running.