Live albums were unique to the seventies when rock artistry was arguably at its peak. These recorded, live performances were the opportunity for musicians to go deeper and push the limits that indulged the audience with the finest qualities of their craft.
I'm no Peter Frampton, and certainly not Bob Dylan or Jimi Hendrix. Though, I am a fan and have been know to mention them from time to time in my writing. We are alike in the sense that I will occasionally go deeper with my content, typically by taking these posts and transforming them further into articles, which later this year will become chapters in my new book.
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Here is a sample of some of those articles where I've discovered additional layers of clarity and color that may be helpful to your use of new media in your business.
I write for a number of publications. However, just to keep this simple, these are all recent articles from GIE Media's Lawn and Landscape online magazine. They are generally directed to green industry professionals, but no doubt applicable to most entrepreneurial businesses.
Here is the column we just posted this week:
Here are some of the earlier columns on social media and Web 2.0 marketing – predominantly for green industry professionals, but certainly applicable to most entrepreneurs and small business owners and marketers.
What inspires you to go deeper and push the limits of your craft?
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