Growing your stream, starting business relationships with publishers/developers, and getting your name out there means you’ll need a social media presence. But where do you start? How do you get your foot in the door? And what are all of these social media sites for? This course is here to help answer all of these questions for you!


Bluejay is a full time content creator that specializes in modeling and tabletop roleplay. She's also been a twitch partnered streamer for six years, playing a variety of games including Dead by Daylight, Stardew Valley, Dragon Age, and other simulation and roleplaying games.


“As content creators, the only way you can maintain an audience is to have a social media platform in order to post what you’re making, direct people to where you’re making something, and build a fanbase that you can promote your new content to and thus continue to have a career in content creation.”


Jeff Brutlag

Jeff is a fiction/nonfiction writer, and full-time Twitch partner passionate about LGBTQIA+ representation, storytelling, and creating safe spaces. His background in creative writing/literature, 2 years of professional social media experience, and streaming since 2017 contributes heavily to his perspective on gaming, community management, and creating content for audiences that enjoy learning how to maintain welcoming, positive environments, especially for marginalized communities.


What’s most important about having a social media platform is that you’re actually using it, and using it in a way that feels authentic to you. If it’s giving an authentic view as to who you are when you’re not creating content, then it will help you with the goals you have, both for your social media platforms and your main platform for creating content.

-Jeff Brutlag

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