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49 Creative Geniuses Who Use Blogging to Promote Their Art

Regardless of your passion, you’ll find someone in Leanne’s list you can use to inspire your own success.
Thursday, February 16, 2017
The Internet has turned selling creative work on its head. No longer can you simply get good at your craft and then find someone to champion you, manage you, or sponsor you.Want a publishing deal? You better have built a solid fan base for your work first. Want a chance at a record deal or even just make a decent side income from your work? You’ll need an engaged audience and good-sized list. For today’s artist, building a tribe is non-negotiable. But how?
 
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SmartBlogger
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Leanne Regalla

How to Run LinkedIn Ad Campaigns: A Beginner's Guide

LinkedIn is a highly valuable tool to network with like-minded professionals.
Thursday, February 16, 2017

It might seem a little bit intimidating. You have enough on your plate -- do you really need to be figuring out yet another way to create targeted content? Actually, yes. You have more power at your disposal with LinkedIn than you might realize.

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Hubspot
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Amanda Sibley

How Companies Will Use Social Media in 2017

2016 brought the "reachpocalypse," and much else besides. Here's what comes next for the embattled world of social media.
Thursday, February 16, 2017

Let’s travel back to a simpler time, shall we? It’s November 6, 2007, and Facebook has just launched something called Pages. Now, companies can have an official presence on the network, just like real people! The first day, 100,000 Pages launch, with brands from Coca-Cola to Verizon and Blockbuster getting onboard. In the years afterward, millions of companies raced to build up audiences they can reach directly and on-demand, through the sheer magic of social media.

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Source Name: 
Fast Company
Author Name: 
Ryan Holmes

Cultural Institutions and Organizations Condemn Trump’s Travel Ban

Following President Trump’s executive order limiting travel from seven Muslim-majority countries, cultural groups and organizations have issued statements against the ban.
Thursday, February 16, 2017

Following the January 27 executive order signed by President Trump that bans travel from seven Muslim-majority countries, several cultural institutions and groups have issued statements of solidarity with those immediately impacted in their community. Others, like the Getty, have emphasized the potentially severe impact on scholarly exchange, while Studio Libeskind stated that it is “actively boycotting companies that support the current administration’s policies.”

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Hyperallergic
Author Name: 
Allison Meier

5 Snapchat Metrics You Need To Know

Snapchat is growing at an annual rate of 30%, making it ideal for marketing campaigns.
Thursday, February 16, 2017

At an annual growth rate of 30%, Snapchat is now the platform of choice for innovative companies looking for a way to capture the attention of ad-wary teenage and millennial users (eMarketer). Measuring campaigns by the following Snapchat metrics can help brands determine how well each branded or brand sponsored Snap or Story is performing (and how to optimize campaigns in the future).

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Mediakix
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Mediakix Team

6 Podcasts That Will Make You a Better Social Media Marketer

Here are six podcasts we recommend to get you started.
Thursday, February 16, 2017

Podcasts are steadily growing in popularity (thanks Serial) and yet I’m still surprised by the amount of people who turn their noses up at them, or assume they’re just another form of “boring talk radio.” There’s a reason the act of oral storytelling is as old as human language itself, after all. It’s a form of communication that can still capture our attention and keep us engaged despite the countless other forms of stimulus we face at every moment. 

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Source Name: 
Hootsuite
Author Name: 
Sarah Dawley

50 Best Tweets from the 2016 National Arts Marketing Project Conference

On November 11-14, over 600 arts marketers came together in Austin, Texas to explore the latest arts marketing strategies through the lens of this year's Conference theme, Fueling Change. Attendees shared new models, swapped ideas, and deepened connections. Topics explored the latest in digital marketing, social media, revenue generation, audience engagement, innovation, and more. 

We captured thousands of tweets at #NAMPC, so we've selected the Best 50 from the #NAMPC tweet deck for you to enjoy and share with others. 
 
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Juliet Ramirez
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10 Social Media Apps You Should Be Using in 2017

Top social media apps for marketers
Tuesday, February 7, 2017

If you’ve ever tried to build classic flat pack furniture without that special screwdriver, you know how important the right tool can be. For social media managers, knowing the right tools and the best apps can make all the difference between a successful campaign and a mediocre one.

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Source Name: 
Hootsuite
Author Name: 
Dara Fontein

Making Your Life as an Artist

Artists are the most talented, hard-working people I know. So why are they perennially exhausted, broke, and overwhelmed?

Thank you for choosing this life which can be hard. And hard to explain.

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Simonet, Andrew
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How to Protect Diversity During Trump’s Presidency

Liberals should expand the concept to include socioeconomic status.
Wednesday, January 4, 2017

How can diversity be re-imagined in the Trump era to give it political and legal resonance in the coming years?

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Source Name: 
New Republic
Author Name: 
Richard D. Kahlenberg

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