It started off as something just for kids, then tweens jumped on board. Now, some of the leaders in the marketing space say it's a must have. Let's take a closer look at TikTok. Alexis Romero is a TikTok influencer! Alexis has over 600k followers on the platform and that number continues to grow every day. What is it about what she does that garners this level of attention? You do not need to be a content creator or brand marketing expert to know about TikTok. It's the hottest social media app out there right now and it gives unprecedented creative freedom to those that are brave enough to put themselves out there in videos. If you have any other social media experience, it will remind you of Vine. You can shoot, edit, and post videos on the app of you being you! I often talk about being unique, being yourself and establishing your brand and there's not a platform that is as fun and exciting as TikTok.
Movie Milestone: "I, Daniel Blake" (2016) with Alexis Romero Walker
Movies as Mirrors
https://tinyurl.com/idanielblakenetflixpartyJoin our Netflix Party, Saturday April 4th at 7pm MT and watch the 2016 film "I, Daniel Blake" with us! On this episode, we launch a new series called "Milestone Movies," and Alexis Romero Walker introduces us to Ken Loach and Laura Obiols' compelling cinematic representation of poverty.To participate in our screening of "I, Daniel Blake," following the instructions below:Visit www.netflixparty.com and download the free Chrome extension.After adding the extension to your Chrome browser, an "NP" icon will appear in the top righthand corner of your browser window.Make sure you're logged into Netflix in Chrome.On Saturday, April 4th before the screening at 7pm Mountain Time, follow the link above to reach the film.Click the red "NP" icon and "Join the party"!
"The Shape of Water" (2017) with Alexis Romero Walker
Movies as Mirrors
Guest Alexis Romero Walker shares the 2017 film "The Shape of Water" with Benjamin. We talk about the importance of representing intersectionality onscreen and the use of monsters in cinema to address issues affecting marginalized communities.