Briefly–Still Working At It After 400+ Years

Around 1600 Shakespeare wrote about brevity being the soul of wit in Hamlet. Roughly 400 years later,  phone text messaging and Twitter limited us to the number of characters one could post. The fact that Twitter has expanded their character limit and most phone messaging software either provide capacious limits or automatically parse messages across multiple texts it something of a testament to our inability to briefly encapsulate our meaning. Yet there is a growing need to do so, whether it be mission statements, grant proposals, elevator pitches or show descriptions. People … Read more

How To Find Your Personal Brand Archetype

Archetypes are the foundational piece to communication—how you position yourself in the public’s eye. However, many do not know why they are so important, how to utilize them, or even what they really are. In this video, I give a brief overview of archetypes and how you can best use yours to grow your presence and business. What is an archetype? It is very simple: an archetype is a universal symbol depicting characteristics in someone. Every person identifies with a certain archetype or two, including: the Boss, the Enigma, the Best Friend, … Read more

Friends Don’t Let Friends Boost Posts

You’ll find out what I mean by that ^^^ at an in-depth webinar all about Facebook advertising hosted by the West Virginia Association of Museums. Registration is required but you don’t have to be a WVAM member to attend. This webinar is perfect for small to mid-size arts organizations of all types looking to get started with Facebook advertising or take your campaigns to the next level. More information and registration —> Facebook Advertising: A Step-by-Step Guide In this in-depth webinar, we will start from the very beginning and examine exactly how … Read more

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