Congratulations. You’ve decided to become a blogger. Don’t let anyone discount your words because you don’t have some fancy degree. So long as you’re ready to do the research, edit until you have a strong[…]
Continuing on our June Theme of Website Blogs… Whenever I mention the importance of website blogs for long form content, people ask which platform is the best. I will be upfront, I am most familiar[…]
Social media is the ground of a second American Civil War. For years it’s been brewing. We caught a glimpse during the 2016 political campaign when people used their personal accounts to declare the valor[…]
Prior to the pandemic, I had a go-to phrase when describing life’s daily dramas: That is some real telenovela shit. Since the pandemic, I have a new go-to phrase when addressing people causing the telenovela[…]
How a Yes Became No I take filling out surveys as a serious thing. Most people groan at the minutes it takes to do it, but I’ve learned there are really only two effective ways[…]
April is traditionally the start of road bike season for Fairbanks Cycle Club. As club president, I assist our social media specialist with updating the group ride pages on our website and developing promotional content[…]
A month into my personal COVID-19 lockdown, I received a call from a former collaborator seeking consultations for her Facebook Live broadcasts. She focused on three specific areas– background, lighting, and equipment. She had already[…]
Ladies and Gentlemen! Check out the latest collaboration between Pagesculptor Studios and the Aerial View. This piece, which is more fun and less promotional, is based off a piece the Aerial View troupe performed in[…]
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.
Finding the perfect business tools is often a matter of timing. In the latest Pagesculptor Blog, owner Rachael Kvapil reconsiders a popular social media platform she stopped using years ago when her company had a smaller client base.