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Reel Talk ~ Kayla Short

If you really want to grow on Instagram right now, the bottom line is you need to be making reels! We gained access to Instagram Reels back in August 2020… yup, it’s been that long already! This means it’s definitely time you stopped putting it off!

I get it, it’s scary, it’s weird, and we don’t always feel like what we see is the content that makes sense for us. And that’s TOTALLY okay. However, Instagram has publicly confirmed they are prioritizing short-form videos, i.e reel content, right now, so it’s by far your best way to get in front of new people and grow your audience RIGHT NOW. I’m very confident you can find a way to make it your own that doesn’t involve dancing (if you don’t want it to).

In this session you will learn: Step-by-step overview of how to create reels directly in the IG app, the best times to post reels, common mistakes, and how to spot trending sounds, so you stand a better chance of going viral!

If you really really need some help with Reels this session is for you!!


Kayla Short is an award-winning Canadian blogger, columnist, and TV personality. Trained as a teacher, Kayla loves to inspire confidence in everything she does. As a full-time blogger, she’s worked with big and small brands alike. As a writer Kayla has contributed to Huffington Post, Fashion Magazine, Flare Magazine, and Profile Halifax to name a few. As a multi-faceted creative, Kayla loves documenting her adventures in food, fashion, beauty and travel with an ever informative lens.

Kayla is also proud of her work as a seasoned guest expert for CTV, Global, and CBC. With a commitment to authentic growth, she’s travelled from province to province sharing her extensive knowledge of social media and online marketing. For her continued work and commitment to inspiring confidence, positivity, and kindness, Kayla was chosen as one of Huffington Post’s Top 50 Canadians, and she’s been extremely humbled by her numerous awards from The Coast Reader Choice Awards for “Best Blogger” right here in Halifax Nova Scotia.

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