Even More Useful Info On Copyright and Intellectual Property

Even More Useful Info On Copyright And Intellectual Property

Recently the Harvard Law School’s Technology and Intellectual Property Legal Clinic recently published a really helpful guide to copyright, trademark and intellectual property rights. Now if you are thinking, “Joe, didn’t you already publish a really helpful guide to copyright, trademark and intellectual properties rights on ArtsHacker?” Why yes, I did and thank you for remembering. However, copyright can be a confusing subject for people so its helpful to get your hands on every guide that explains it well. The information I cited in the previous guide has tools that help you … Read more

Try This Tip - Expand Your Audience

Try This Tip – Expand Your Audience

If you work for a small organization, here is an easy method to build up your website traffic. Using my preferred term, it’s an opportunity for you to build brand dimension—easily creating compelling content and getting eyeballs on your activity. (Preface: As most of you know, the more people you have coming to your website, the greater the opportunity to showcase your brand in an immersive experience. It allows you to sell tickets, provide valuable information, or simply entertain visitors. I recently set out to improve the website traffic for Portland Piano International. … Read more

conferences

Coming Soon To A Conference Near You!

Conference season is right around the corner and there are several opportunities to attend sessions and meet up with ArtsHacker’s regular contributors. Here’s a current list of where you can find us through the end of August, 2018: March 9-11, 2018: SETC Convention setc.org/convention ArtsHacker: Ceci Dadisman Session 1: Engaging the African American Community: A Tactical Guide ArtsHacker: Ceci Dadisman Session 2: Market Smarter, Not Harder: Using Your Own Data for Marketing Success ArtsHackers: Ceci Dadisman and Drew McManus Session 3: Click. Done.  Developing Your Google Analytics Skills March 22-24, 2018: West Virginia … Read more

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