Author Archives: John Wysocki

About John Wysocki

President, Artful Marketing LLC

Five mistakes that bloggers should avoid when posting stories

While most bloggers or authors have informative content to communicate with their posts, sometimes the way in which they are written or formatted dissuade the reader from being fully engaged with the post’s subject matter. Five mistakes that bloggers should … Continue reading

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Communication tip: Use the royal ‘we’ to create majestic messages on Facebook and Twitter!

If your social media accounts – especially your Facebook page and Twitter account – purport you to be a business or organization it’s better to say ‘we, us, our’ than ‘I, me, mine’ when posting, even if you’re a one-person … Continue reading

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Etiquette guidelines for posting messages on Facebook and Twitter

Organizations: are you aware of how you are being portrayed with social media tools such as Facebook and Twitter – especially if you have not instituted etiquette guidelines for the person posting your announcements for everyone to read? Use your organizations’ … Continue reading

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Suggestions for improving the City of Lawrence’s website

Per the recently announced News Release, ‘City seeks citizen input about website,’ issued by the City of Lawrence, Ks on Tuesday, February 15, 2011, here’s one suggestion: The menu on the left side, which lists City Commission, Resources, etc., and the … Continue reading

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Protected: Sales tax info for visual artists (based in Kansas)

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