A Challenging Drive Into the World of Content Writing
Hey there, I’m Amrutha, an amateur writer who’s been into writing since high school. I was so passionate about writing that all my notes were willed with poems, quotes, and random scenarios that ran in my mind. Writing gives me immense happiness. Whenever I write I feel like I live in an entirely different world with the characters I’ve created and I like that very much. So, I continued to fill my notes with my notes for the following years, and I don’t regret it.
All my friends and family asked me if I’m in love with someone, or if I lost in love because most of my writings were about love. “People write when they fall in love and when they fall out of love”, I’ve read this quote somewhere and many think this is true. The people around me fall in this category who are hell fixated that I’m writing because of love, and they still have their doubts, maybe they are right or maybe not.
The Never-Ending Search
My friends coaxed me to give a shot at content writing but I was perplexed because I was more into writing fiction and I was worried if I could pull it off or not. I tried to avert the topic whenever they brought it up, but then I finally took the leap. I started researching because I was clueless about where I should start and I wanted to make the best use of what I’m good at. All I needed was a slight push.
It All Started With An Advertisement
I’m glad that I came across the advertisement for “Content Vidhya” that day. I learned everything I needed to know from fiction writing to copywriting and even to build a brand of my own with the right blogging techniques within a span of six days and I knew I was ready to give a start to my career. The training was illuminating, I was confident that I can write on any topic given and the confused me was totally gone.
Challenges and the Constant Support
The most challenging part was the assignments, I was excited to do them and they really helped me to test the skills and strategies I’ve learned in class so I pushed myself to give my 100% on them.
In the first class itself, I had an idea that this workshop will help me reach where I want to be and make me one of the confident writers. Uma Madhavi mam was always there just an email away and even now after the workshop has ended, she gives me direction on how to tackle a problem. She is very interactive and a strong supporter who instilled confidence in me that I could write on any topic as long as I’m passionate enough to write. “Content Vidhya found you”, this was said by Uma Madhavi mam in the last class and I’m glad “Content Vidhya” found me.