The struggle to connect with our audience might be a problem with the methods WE’RE using. In our latest blog post, we highlight 3 examples that show how effective we can be when we tailor our methods to our audience’s preference and not our own.
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*Note: Pagesculptor Studios is proud to once again sponsor Fairbanks Startup Weekend, a 54-hour focus session where participants generate new ideas, develop them into a viable business model, and present in front of a panel[…]
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The summer issue of The Alaska Contractor is out! Our very own Rachael Kvapil has two articles in this issue: ~ “New arts center to bring benefits to Juneau“ ~A membership profile on DBS[…]
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Authored by Ivan Kvapil, Pagesculptor Studios Strategic Manager Disclaimer: This piece is largely meant to be opinion based in nature and I do draw a lot of my information from a single source for this[…]
A great article that provides insight into which social media networks better reach customers and the reason.
The 2017 Summer Edition features two articles written by Pagesculptor Studios owner Rachael Kvapil–one updating the progress of the UAF Power Plant and a membership profile on Frawner Corp.