Finally got my hands on the swim cap I designed for the Fairbanks Arctic Swim Team (F.A.S.T) Masters. Sorry, it’s a little wet. I wore it in swim practice today. This design is also being enlarged for a team banner that will travel to team competitions.
It was 4 hours of intense conversation as participants brainstormed and developed a 5-10 minute segment recorded that afternoon. Topics included cosplay, politics, and bikes!
Since the dawn of commerce business owners have looked for new ways to get their product into customers’ hands. But what if your don’t have a tangible product or a product that, for whatever reason, can’t go home for an extended trial period? Pagesculptor Studios faced both these challenges this[…]
Class is $60/person and includes a lecture, hands on development and recording of a 5 minute segment that you get to take home on custom Pagesculptor Studios 4GB USB Drives! Details in the Facebook event post:
There’s no fancy intro, but Pagesculptor Studio’s owner Rachael Kvapil explains the number one thing you can do to market your business.
As a marketer, I like to believe that my social media posts, blogs, and designs are the things that convince others to take action. And while that is true sometimes, often it is the influence of existing customers that make the real difference. The Case of the Boot Cover
My husband and I can’t shop together. It’s a laborious process where my husband compares the features and prices of nearly identical items and either gets stuck because there is no identifiable difference, or gets stuck because he can’t find a logical reason to why he wants the more expensive[…]
In less than a month I (Rachael) turn 42. It isn’t a “milestone” birthday though a lot of really cool stuff happened this year. So why this sudden desire to have a birthday party? I shied away from birthday parties after the age of 10 when my diverse social circles[…]