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Branding - How Do YOU Appear on Facebook?

By Terry D Kozlyk

Late to the party, many small and medium size businesses are discovering Facebook as a tool for promoting and branding themselves. In the past few years, the term “branding” has been a hot business topic, created by the media hype around advertising using social media. 1,189 more words


Shout Out To The Starving Artist Fund

Giving a SHOUT OUT to the Program that made our event “The Poets Dream Publishing Contest” possible for us to publish another author FREE of any costs related to publishing! 51 more words


"How Could You Babe?" evokes heartbreak, and the sweet simplicity of longing

Tobias Jesso Jr. delights with a Beatles-influenced ballad to lost love

Though recent events had me tempted to go heavy and politically incisive with this post, the delightfully self-assured editing and execution of this video for the song “How Could You Babe,” from Tobias Jesso Jr.’s as-of-yet unreleased debut album “Goon”, eventually won me over. 436 more words


Art tips: Bartering for supplies, services and payment

I have just been invited to a very active and exciting local Barter Group on Facebook, so I’d like to discuss bartering with you today as a good means of getting art supplies, services and payment from clients and friends. 1,004 more words


How an Artist Fell in Love with Money

Five steps that shifted my financial beliefs

A search for the word Finance on NETFLIX takes me to 15-20 options. Risk Takers, Game Changers, The Wolf of Wall Street, were among the available options. 874 more words

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When the Heavens Cry

Excerpt from our book “Unleashed”

When the Heavens Cry

I have this fondness for the rain
Not just because of the rhythmic sound,
The raindrops make as they hit the ground… 270 more words


13 Questions with Dangerous Lee for WorkYourArt.com

Hello there! What’s your name and where do you live?

Leigh “Dangerous Lee” Langston and I live in Burton, MI. It’s a small town outside of Flint. 374 more words

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