Ever since I became self-employed and no longer had access to a licensed copy of the Adobe Creative Suite, I have been looking for a solution to my basic collage and design needs. When I found out about the existence of Canva, I simply went berserk with excitement. Here's what I love about Canva: You … Continue reading Easy, Professional Graphics with Canva
Social media seems to have taken on mythical proportions lately with everyone under the sun wanting to be on social without necessarily knowing why or taking time to figure out what they are trying to accomplish by investing time and money into it. To me, social media is a product of our times, a result … Continue reading It Pays to Be Social
Lo and behold, the long awaited 50 Shades of Grey movie has been released in Europe and I, like many a curious young lady, trotted over to the cinema to check it out. I never read the books and had a biased, not-overly-positive opinion about the quality of the E.L. James' writing, but had to … Continue reading 50 Shades of Marketing
I came across a high-quality presentation on Digital Strategy by Bud Caddell today. In it, he details what a digital strategy is, what a digital strategist produces and finally provides some cool tools of the trade to help you be more effective in building your organisation's visionary game plan. Have you been charged with producing … Continue reading What’s in a Digital Strategy?
Today I met with a member of the Art Brussels marketing team and consulted them on their Instagram campaign. Art Brussels is an Artexis Easyfairs event, with a subject matter, which particularly appeals to me. I went last year in April and enjoying discovering the unique works they collect from young artists from all over Europe. … Continue reading Instagram Strategy for an Art Fair