Dixita Patel | Top 100 | Influncex'20 | Exhibit Tech

Dixita Patel | Top 100 | Influncex’20

Ex: Tell us about a change you’ve seen in the digital blogging space since you started out your journey? How has this space evolved?

Dixita: In 2015, digital blogging was way different. Most of the readers, viewers were drawn towards photographs (static images) and stories. Nowadays people are more interested in videos, they are coming out of their comfort zone, creating different styles, comfort zones, experimenting a lot in terms of style, trends and colors.

Ex: Can you give us an insight into social media platforms that only an Influencer can know?

Dixita: Each social media platform has a different set of audience & they engage in a  varied manner. For any social media platform, an influencer needs to experiment with the content and sometimes they do work out for them and staying connected with their audience helps us to grow.

Ex: What would be your calling in a parallel universe? (Alternate career options)

Dixita: I am a Civil Engineer. If not an influencer, I would have taken projects in my field. 

Ex: If you were stranded on an island, what are the 3 gadgets you’d take along?

Dixita: Phone, compass, knife

Ex: A technology you wished you’d invented?

Dixita: I wish to invent software that will automatically detect fake news and scan for the source of information and delete it from an online platform. 

Ex: What’s been your favorite encounter with a fan so far? (DMs included!)

Dixita: So on my social accounts, I share tips to pose with your friends or sister. While I was shopping at infinity Malad – one of the girls who followed me came up to me and said she would like to do the same pose with me and that was an amazing feeling.

Ex: Social Media is known to expose vulnerabilities, with influencers being at the epicenter. How do you deal with the dark side that comes with the medium?

Dixita: When I started in 2015, a lot of negative sentences/comments were on my profile which was specifically related to my body shape like you don’t have a perfect body, style and someone even told me your clothes don’t look expensive. I took it in a positive way that when somebody says you don’t have a perfect style, I have a style that is different from their dictionary-style and that encouraged me to create my own way of styling and that helped me develop my own sense of fashion. 

Ex: What does success mean to you?

Dixita: Success to me is doing things that I love every day. This may sound simple, but what I love changes over time and having the ability to change what I’m doing to match my passion is true success.

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