How to Respond to Bad Online Reviews

Every small business, startup, and consultant eventually gets hit with a bad online review on a prominent platform. Here's what you need to know to survive it.

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How to Use Slow Times to Update Your Digital Presence

When other people's out-of-office messages start piling up, it's a good time to make some crucial tweaks to your social media profiles and personal branding.

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5 Tips for Indie Arts Resource Development

Shunpike kicked off a great training program last night. They found that the traditional workshop model wasn’t working for their members, so they created a series called Hive Mind. The format is short lectures, panel, and group discussion. Half the program time is dedicated to the discussion, and it’s here where the program shines. The […]

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Because I like a-fishing.

Sometimes, my camera is so impressed with nature that it auto-focuses on backgrounds when I try to take pictures of people. Fortunately, I took plenty of landscape pictures and can supplement them with my photorealistic art skills: T and I joined a local fly fishing club, and we jumped right in. In April, we volunteered […]

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Branding On A Dime: One Example.

Anyone working with non-profits is all too familiar with budget constraints. Heck, even in better economic times, the non-profits I worked with ran lean. I’ve come to accept this reality as one of the traits working in the non-profit industry, and want to share a very fun challenge from a recent project I managed. Details […]

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Silence Isn’t Safe

I designed this poster to bring awareness to the horrifying reality that many immigrant victims — including those with legal status — do not report violent crime out of fear they will be deported.

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