Posts Tagged ‘online’

Designers’ Ego: Controlling Your Art Online

All designers have an ego. Maybe it comes from seeing your work flash by on a subway or hoisted 20 stories up in Times Square, but whatever the cause, it’s not changing anytime soon. And whether it’s a healthy dose or a little over-inflated, our egos generally don’t appreciate it when people mess with our […]

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Crowdsourcing: or Generating Meaningful Online Activity

What is crowdsourcing? Wikipedia states that “Crowdsourcing is the act of outsourcing tasks, traditionally performed by an employee or contractor, to an undefined, large group of people or community (a crowd), through an open call.” Wikipedia itself is a crowdsourcing project.  There are over 3.5 million articles that have been written for the English version […]

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Generating Buzz Online

If your marketing plan includes generating online buzz about your show, there are countless ways to go about it. The internet as a whole is overwhelming. So, you’re going to have to choose the online outlets where your patrons are talking around their virtual water cooler.  Research who your fans are, then reach out to […]

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