WA Community, You Rock!
I've said this before, but I believe it is worth repeating. One of the things I love most about WA is the way people help each other. I am constantly blown away each time someone makes the time and effort to help.
As I move deeper into the training, things are becoming more advanced, which means more "technical stuff"-- which is not my forte.
Moving deeper in the training means I am being s-t-r-e-t-c-h-e-d! I'm not complaining because although it is uncomfortable, I know it is best. I am learning. I am producing. A business is being born. And if you are a woman who has given birth, you know how painful and uncomfortable the stretching is... sorry gentlemen, I just had to go there...
How Was I Stretched?
Last week, I ventured into social automation. I chose an automation tool I felt was easy enough for me to handle; however, after setting it up, I kept getting errors stating my RSS Feed was empty, and then I was given all kinds of technical directions as to how to fix it. I tried to make sense of it all. I looked on help forums. I wrote the tool's tech support. I posted a question here in the WA community. Almost immediately, I received responses to my question. WA community to the rescue!
As it turned out, the solution to this problem came from WA Site Support. They worked on a solution for an entire day; it was late in the evening when I finally received notification that the problem was solved. Let me say, this takes dedication!
This week, I created my very first, EVER, video. The process of creating the video wasn't too difficult once I got the hang of the program. However, embedding the video on my site and getting it to format correctly, was an entirely different matter!
Once again, I tried to figure out a solution. I searched the program's support database, I contacted the program's tech support, who tried to solve the issue,but couldn't. Having exhausted everything else, I posted a question here at WA.
Several people came to my rescue, giving suggestions and trying to help solve the issue. After two days, I am happy to report, thanks to people who were willing to give me a little of their time and expertise, the issue has been resolved!
Finally, through the encouragement of another WA member, I have created my very first YouTube channel, where I published my first video.
Stretching hurts, but it is necessary.
WA COMMUNITY, YOU ROCK!