Over the last year, week in and week out, I have sat in a coworking space surrounded by North Carolina Triangle area entrepreneurs. I recently decided to start creating cartoons based on some of my conversations. The cartoons in this post were inspired by… Maari Casey, Tom Thekkekandam, Jim R Roberts, Swanand Mokashi, Shane Cox, […]
If you live in the triangle, NC, join me on Thursday, May 11 for a free small business workshop at the RTP Frontier. We’ll be discussing basic digital funnels, the kind that turn people who don’t know you into followers and then customers. Room space is limited, so RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/workshop-small-business-marketing-101-basic-digital-sales-funnels-tickets-34210478462
So what do I do for clients (a.k.a. what is holistic content marketing?) So often consultants and small organizations look at the web as a big time suck. Which is often very true… Their base of online operations (a.k.a. website) is a boring brochure style design with a contact page. For a potential client, one who […]
I asked Sean Durkin, who was a communications director at Dolby Laboratories and is now a communications consultant at SciQuest:Jaggaer, the following question, which inspired the above cartoon. What’s the biggest challenge you face when trying to stay creative while in a corporate environment? the biggest challenge for me is finding time and space to […]
As promised yesterday, here is the second part which inspired the cartoon above. I asked Michael Quinn Patton what he thinks is the biggest challenge evaluators will face over the next five years. Internationally: The hysterical mania that focuses on SDGs and demands connecting anything and everything to SDG indicators.