Promise Excel: From laundry boy to Digital Media Strategist, successful Author and blogger.
Promise Excel one of the outstanding Digital Media Moguls in the country. He started as a Laundry boy, bu he did not let his job as a Laundry boy stop him from achieving his dreams. He kept pushing
Promise Excel was interviewed on vitaliskalu.com today, see what he has to say on his own personal story.
Tell us about yourself, Promise Excel.
My name is Promise Excel I am a digital media strategist and consultant, a storyteller, an author of several books, and the founder of MaverickExcel.com
A digital media brand where young entrepreneurs, and business owners can find information, advice, tips, resources and tools for starting, running and growing successful businesses using digital tools.
I help individuals and businesses to develop digital media strategies to get seen, heard, known and paid using the digital media.
What is your daily routine like?
Normally, I make a to-do list of the things I want to do for the day. I start working on the task from the first to the end. When I’m done with my task for the day, I read a book, watch videos on Youtube, engage with clients online or just sleep
How did you know of Blogging?
It’s a very long story. I started blogging as a means of sharing my thoughts and ideas with the world. I have the full and detailed story here: https://maverickexcel.com/maverick-excel-is-one/
Tell us, what is maverickexcel.com all about?
MaverickExcel.com is a digital media brand where young entrepreneurs, and business owners can find information, advice, tips, resources and tools for starting, running and growing successful businesses using digital tools.
How many people have you worked with on your blog?
There are too numerous to mention. It has opened many doors of opportunities to me.
How will you describe your blog style?
I think it is personal and conversational
What do you do side blogging?
I’m not actively into blogging anymore. I have a lot of projects and things I am currently involved in and working on.
Are you a full time blogger?
No, I’m not. I would consider myself a digital media strategist and consultant because the work I do has grown beyond just blogging.
What is the biggest thing a blogger can give to his readers?
Value and relevant content. You can never go wrong with that.
Who are the bloggers you are looking up to?
There’s no blogger I look up to. I look up to personal brands like Emeka Nobis, John Obidi, Stephanie Obi, Gary Vee and other amazing people building successful personal brands.
What keeps you motivated?
The will to succeed and those who look up to me for inspiration
What are some of the challenging moments you have had in your blogging journey?
Being able to create content consistently for my audience.
What do you advise upcoming bloggers?
The first step to blogging is to know your audience, find a profitable niche, get a self-hosted blog on WordPress, start creating valuable and relevant content, start building an list from day one.