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Thunder Punch Daily 79 – Advertising Campaign, Pt 1

November 13, 2010 by  
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I’ve officially jumped into the first Art & Story advertising campaign on Project Wonderful, and I share some thoughts on how I plan to use landing pages, target audiences, and ad design to find more listeners. Subscribe through iTunes RSS http://media.blubrry.com/comicsaregreat/p/www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/www.comicsaregreat.com/audio/tpd_079_adv3rt.mp3Podcast (thunderpunchdaily): Play in new window | Download (Duration: 18:17 — 16.8MB) | Embed

Thunder Punch Daily 78 – Mailing Lists

November 4, 2010 by  
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Today I share some thoughts I’ve been kicking around in regards to using mailing lists in your promotional engine. I can honestly say that until now, I never saw the value in them. But after a recent episode of the Spark podcast, as well as a few other news sources, I’m beginning to see how […]

Comics Are Great! 05 – Kids Read Comics Panel

November 1, 2010 by  
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On October 30, 2010 I sat in on the Kids Read Comics panel at Detroit Fanfare. The panelists and I discussed a wide range of topics surrounding the mission of KRC, including the specific concerns facing all ages cartoonists and writers, the importance of cartoonist leadership in comics advocacy, creative marketing, and breaking the stereotypes […]

Thunder Punch Daily 75 – It Pays to Advertise?

October 27, 2010 by  
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Today I share some thoughts on my plans to invest in the Art & Story brand by beginning an advertising strategy, inspired by some recent discussions I’ve had with Kasey Van Hise and Rene van Belzen. Anyone with experience using things like Project Wonderful, I’m all ears on what’s worked for you in the past! […]

Thunder Punch Daily 74 – No Gurus, Please!

October 22, 2010 by  
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Today I expand on some thoughts I threw out on Art & Story Alive! episode 91 and a recent Art & Story Extreme!! I did with Kasey Van Hise. A lot of grousing about the rush to be an expert and how I think it does little to push an art form forward. Subscribe through […]

Crime Cats UP! Fair Banner

October 18, 2010 by  
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As we head into the final weeks of organization for the UP! Fair, it’s time to get our signage printed. Since the steering committee consists of a bunch of visual artists, we’re each taking a stab at designing a 6’x2′ banner to place on opposite corners of the Carnegie Center’s grounds. That oughtta get some […]

Comics Are Great! 04 – Expressionist Comics

October 11, 2010 by  
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Whether you’re an extroverted or an introverted creator, I think this discussion has something to offer you. This time I talk with Kim Holm about audience engagement and expressing emotions in comics storytelling. We begin with some talk about the possibilities for interaction and collaborative storytelling provided by webcomics models, using Kim’s excellent Space Monkey […]

Thunder Punch Daily 65 – Why Table?

September 14, 2010 by  
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I’m back from SPX, and rather than simply cheer about what fun I had, I spend some time this episode sharing a few candid thoughts on some questions that were raised about the value of tabling at conventions. I’m hoping we can take this discussion to the forums, as I’m eager to hear your thoughts […]

Comics Are Great! 02 – Magic is Real

August 31, 2010 by  
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This time I have the pleasure of talking visual storytelling with two guys who are way smarter than me. Dave Roman is the creator behind Astronaut Elementary, Agnes Quill, Jax Epoch and the Quicken Forbidden, Zuko’s Story, Comics Bakery, and more. Brandon Dayton is the artist behind Green Monk and the newly launched Feature Creeps […]

Thunder Punch Daily 62 – Don’t Fear the iPad

August 30, 2010 by  
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In part two of my TPD “Road Trip” series I share a few reactions to some discussion that’s been happening in the forums about the new media opportunities and dangers presented by the app-based approach to computing heralded by tablet computers like the iPad. Sure, some have made some rather scary predictions, but I still […]

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