The time between Christmas and New Year’s is usually a time to reflect on the previous 365 days and how far we’ve come. I’m always guilty of this because I’ve caught myself saying that the year has gone by so quickly, but then again, you feel as though it hasn’t.
It is better to fail in originality than to succeed in imitation. — Herman Melville
This past year has seen MA Communications grow exponentially. What started as just a side gig to fill in time and keep in touch with my favorite industry has turned into a second full-time job with a growth in contacts that I appreciate everyday. Last week I sent in my last article for 2014, and I have already been working on articles for the 2015 editorial calendar.
Overall, in 2014, I wrote 80 articles–both online and in print–and covered four live events in person, as well as a couple from afar. I’ve been published in eight print magazines, as well as eight websites.
I launched my Facebook page.
I traveled to South Carolina to receive my first independent award from the American Horse Publications.
I’ve expanded my horizons and stepped out of my comfort zone to bring the best of what I could offer to different audiences–and I’ve loved every challenge.
I’ve brought along clients for social media marketing and to help grow their business from just starting to thriving in just one year.
I’m looking forward to another great year in 2015. I already know there will be challenges (in February the newest member of the MAC family will joining us as Matt and I welcome our little girl), but that will only make it more interesting!
Thank you for supporting and reading everything from MAC. If you have any article suggestions or topics you’d like to see covered more in any genre, please let me know!
Thank you to the following websites and publications that worked with me in 2014:
American Paint Horse Journal
American Quarter Horse Journal
American Quarter Horse Journal Online
The Daily Corgi
Western Shooting Horse Magazine
The Wrangler–Horse & Rodeo News