‘Make Some Noise: Branding Without Bragging’ topic of latest Blue Artists’ podcast

February 03 17:17 2017

Maryland-based creative agency Blue Artists, LLC has released its February podcast featuring guidance for entrepreneurs and creative-types with a focus on brand awareness through community engagement and social media.

“Build Your Difference” is designed to help visionary people build distinguished brands that inspire and engage a growing audience. Each month’s podcast focuses on a different theme such as brand awareness, email marketing, self-publishing, videography, photography or website development. The format includes a feature story, news about Blue Artists’ clients and a producer’s segment.

Blue Artists’ mission is to help powerful and visionary people build distinguished brands that inspire and engage their growing audience. The February Client News segment features two Blue Artists clients who are staying true to that mission by engaging their respective community to the fullest:

William Jones, author and founder of Afrofuturism Network, shared his knowledge of black comic book heroes and illustration techniques at three events in the Washington metropolitan area during the month of January. Jones presented two youth comic book illustration workshops at Montgomery (Md.) County Public Libraries held in conjunction with their inaugural MoComCon event and gave a presentation followed by a book signing at Sankofa Video, Books and Café in Washington, DC. Jones is the author of “The Ex-Con, Voodoo Priest, Goddess, and the African King: A Social, Cultural, and Political Analysis of Four Black Comic Book Heroes.”

Rev. Charles Moorer was selected as Pastor of the Week by the Indiana Wesleyan University Alumni. Rev. Moorer, lead pastor at Divine Direction Christian Church in Indianapolis, Ind., was featured in an IWU Alumni blog article, titled “‘Insuring that the Message of Grace is Delivered’: Elder Rev. Charles T. Moorer, Jr. – Pastor of the Week.” The article conveys Rev. Moorer’s devotion to his ministry and church, and the connection between his faith and his roles as a pastor, author, musician, educator and business owner.

The February “Build Your Difference” feature segment explores a topic that makes many creatives and entrepreneurs cringe: self-promotion. Blue Artists producer Pierre Walters explains how creatives and entrepreneurs can make noise about their brands without being “salesy” or pushy.

While answering a question from a podcast listener, Walters delves into the realm of social media and the time it takes to build a brand’s social media presence during the monthly producer’s segment.

The podcast is available to Blue Artists’ clients and anyone interested in learning how to build their brand at www.Community.Blue-Artists.com

Distributed by Blue Artists, the “Build Your Difference” podcast team includes Walters, podcast producer/host Desiree Moodie, content producer Sarah Miller, and host Jim Denison.

Blue Artists is a creative agency that believes strongly in the inspirational power of great stories. They aim to collaborate with amazing people to tell first-rate stories that can shape the future of their brand by inspiring their audience and themselves.

For more information on Blue Artists, visit www.blue-artists.com or find them on Facebook at Blue Artists, LLC.

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