The Jeremy Fragrance Interview

Jeremy Fragrance Interview
© Jeremy Fragrance, 2018. Used With Permission.

Today we are looking at a special Jeremy Fragrance interview, the number one fragrance Youtuber and video blogger. What do fragrances and poetry have in common? And what advice does Jeremy Fragrance have for fellow bloggers?

The Jeremy Fragrance Interview

[Q]uestion: Let’s start off with the obvious question: What are the best fragrances for poets, men and women, and why?

Jeremy: I say some nice Whiskey and Smokey Tobacco Fragrances. Creates an atmosphere of an Oldschool Gentleman that thinks about life and what he has seen in life. Good example: Lord George by Penhaligons.

Q: So you’ll coming out with your own specially designed fragrance that will be for sale in the near future. Do you have any specific, “poetic” tag lines in mind for the promotion of your new fragrance?

Jeremy: No we keep it very strict simply efficient, we don’t do much on logos or fancy poetry lines all we want to do is to help people smell absolutely modern, very sexy, long lasting and save them time with the trust in our brand.

Q: Now, when you’re creating your videos, you’re doing something that is actually quite similar to what we do with poetry. You stand up in front of a mic and speak out words; words that are designed to create excitement and emotion in your viewers. So what tips would you have for us poets in creating that same sort of excitement and emotion inside the readers?

Jeremy: Speak with your heart, which is hard these days.

Q: Nonetheless, you have such a successful video blog – the top of your genre. So what one tip would you give to fellow bloggers who want help growing their blogs?

Jeremy: I made it my way, I wasn’t happy with the current market situation and did it how I wanted to see it as an end consumer. you can take this every market and business idea, this mindset.

Q: So now, one final question. What song or poem, lyrically, has really touched you the most and why?

Jeremy: A song by the Western Star who sang I hurt myself today, you feel every sentence he sings from his heart. its johnny cash.

Thank You!

I’d like to thank Jeremy again for participating in the “Jeremy Fragrance Interview.” You can find more from Jeremy Fragrance and his brand by clicking on the links below.

https://www.youtube.com/user/Jeremyfragrance
https://www.jeremyfragrance.com/
http://www.facebook.com/jeremyfragrance
https://fragrance.one/

2020 Update

Jeremy’s Personal Fragrances Released – See Fragrance Poetry inspired by the two of them below!

Office for MenDate for Men

© TheFragranceWriter.com, 2020 except where noted otherwise. All rights reserved. Original interview was conducted on September 5, 2018 via email and posted on thepoetryaboutus.com.

A Website or Social Media? | Writing Tips

website or social media
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To be a website or social media page. . . that is the question.

The world has changed a lot since blogging came out in the 90’s. Facebook wasn’t a thing. Instagram wasn’t a thing. It was just people making websites, perhaps with some interaction between them.

But now we’re decades into the 21st century. Social media plays such a huge role in almost everyone’s life! It has transformed everything we do. . .So, has it transformed your blog? I’ve learned the hard way. Blogging isn’t about just publishing your own website for the world to read. It’s about social interaction! Just like posting a photo on Instagram and having all of my friends react, and me reacting to theirs, blogging is the same now. Only I’m posting a full-length poem instead of a picture!

So loosen up. Relax. Make some friends (within healthy boundaries) and begin to explore the social media aspects of what is now the future of blogging.

Click Here to Feel the Rhythm of your Blog. TheFragranceWriter.com, 2020, except where noted otherwise. All rights reserved.

Feel the Rhythm of Your Blog | Writing Tips

Feel the rhythm of your blog writing tips
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One of the best tips you can learn writing is to feel the rhythm of your blog… Are you like me? Loving to change your site around all the time? Try new ideas? Go off into new directions? That’s great! But what if those new directions are just a distraction to what makes your blog great?

This is where you have to feel the rhythm. Once you’ve been blogging for a while, you’ll begin to know which posts are garnishing a lot of interaction, and which ones are just getting the vague, usual “likes” (where you wonder if the person even read it before “liking”it). This is where you get to know your core audience.

WordPress is a great place for this because you get your own little world of interaction for your website among the big-big world of Google. So take your time to learn what people love about your posts. . .and which posts are just a distraction. After all, time, space and energy are all limited. So make sure it’s all useful.

At the same time… don’t be afraid to try new things! But when you do… leave it out there for a week and see how your base responds. If it’s just crickets chirping… it might be time to move on.

Check my last writing tip. . . Collaborate to Get Better.

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