You are not producing an event -- you are creating a community. You are not "marketing" -- you are building relationships. When you shift from "selling tickets" to "building a tribe" you will see a huge shift in your success as an event producer, musician, workshop leader or conference producer. This will also make a huge difference if your business is a product or a service.
Windows was launched on November 20, 1985. On a floppy disk. You had to get another floppy disk mailed to you in order to fix the bugs. It was not dazzling -- but I kind of knew I was witnessing history -- the first graphical interface for PCs. Before that it was all just green or amber characters on a black screen.
PR is dead. Did you hear me? The career I've been in for 18 years -- dead. Over. Toast. Done. It's evolved into something much more powerful and effective. Social PR. I think that PR and social media are not separate anymore -- and are in fact the same thing. I've seen social media evolve … Continue reading PR is dead — long live social PR
I get at least one inquiry per day from someone begging me to help launch their product, their festival, their conference, fix their online reputation or get them better SEO results for their site. But 9 times out of 10 people somehow think that because Facebook is free, getting someone to post for you is … Continue reading Social media marketing isn’t free — you get what you pay for