Monthly Archives: September 2010

Derek Sivers is Brilliant.

And not only because he seamlessly shares what he’s doing with others. Of all the links you may click today and return to tomorrow, this is a good one: http://sivers.org/book

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Sept 22 notes from Patty!

Wed Sept 22 Fireball Marketing Programs Art Walk Maine 12 Family Art Festival (14th year!) Promote Preserve Sense of Place Monday member meetings – marketing Enhance health of creative sector (pushing through the artist isolation) Culture/tourism Re-location New biz Website/Online … Continue reading

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Five Rivers Marketing: Google Doc

The Google Document is here. Please send today’s class notes to burn@fireballmarketing.org for posting. Thanks!

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Marketing Plans – resources

A marketing plan is great – it’s a piece of your overall strategy. In the old days, it was a big fat deal. Now it’s still a big fat deal, but it doesn’t necessarily need to be formal and stuffy. … Continue reading

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A link…

Hi Randall, I met you briefly a couple of times–at the Levity Project event and at the Frontier Pecha Kucha event. Hope your Fireball Marketing class is going well. I love the idea, don’t have the time, money, or need … Continue reading

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Class notes 15 September

Word doc. attachment is here: Fireball Marketingnotes.doc Fireball Marketing              7-9 initial class Randall Williams Sept. 15, 2010              30 people (including speakers) Had everyone write 3 needs/desires to learn *think outside the box (Randall Williams introduced himself) *make personal relationships … Continue reading

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Call, or write?

I call. Whenever I can. Even if an email is expected. I’d much prefer to have a short conversation (even less than 30 seconds) to build rapport before writing somebody with a pitch. Continue reading

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The hard work.

A few people have called about the class, unsure of how to proceed – how to possibly add work to an already hectic day? They’re on the cusp of something new, maybe staring down at the challenge and wondering if … Continue reading

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The cart before the horse.

I’m working on a big artistic project. It’s going to be great. I’ve got the venue planned for the world premiere, a bunch of important people involved, I’m currently writing a huge grant application, and I’ve booked studio time. I … Continue reading

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