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[…]
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[…]
#RIP I don’t do funerals. I’m an extremely private person. When someone passes, I become quiet, distant, and somewhat dogmatic. We can’t control death. Nothing more can be said to them now. The best I[…]
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.
Strava boosts the Fitness portion of its app in an attempt to keep athletes training (and talking about their training) on their social media platform. Read more in the latest Pagesculptor Studios Blog post.
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.
It’s difficult to promote an event without the details since this guides the media assets selected and the verbiage used in social posts and on promotional materials. Asking for all of that at once often overwhelms those who haven’t fleshed out the details. And so, I’ve learned to use the Facebook Events form as a way to encourage timely decision-making.