From where I’m sitting, 2014 was a fantastic year from a creative content standpoint. 2015 looks like it will build on the successes of the year that has passed, and, like everything in life, new lessons will be learned, best practices will be tested, and new means of creating fresh content will be introduced as we continue to move forward.
As summer winds down, we want to take a moment to look back the last five years. It’s true, we’ve reached a half-decade here at Boldwerks. Like any business, the first five years have been trying at times, but, in large part, we’ve celebrated our successes rather than get caught up in the natural growing pains of any small business. In short, we’re excited to be five years into our quest as one of the premier creative marketing agencies in existence.
In today’s marketing landscape, SEO is being fueled by content. If you’re not practicing the art of sound, frequently updated content as a part of your organization’s marketing initiatives, it’s only a matter of time before your competitors put you out of business. That’s the stark reality. Here at the Boldwerks HQ we find inspiration in many things, but for me, I look to the master, the undisputable king* of the keys, Thelonious Monk. His poster hangs in my office.
As the XXII Olympic Winter games are set to commence in Sochi, Russia we here at the Boldwerks HQ are celebrating our recent recognition at the 11th Annual Service Industry Awards (SIA). We took home two gold, and two bronze awards. Not nearly the medal count that our fine United States team will net at the games, but a big victory that we’re humbled to have achieved.
A Seacoast native, Stevens has worked for about two decades as an arts and entertainment writer and editor, first at Foster’s Daily Democrat in Dover and then at Seacoast Media Group in Portsmouth. She has covered everything from the late singer/songwriter Bill Morrissey to "Man v.
Some of you may not know that my alter ego, the writer who writes more than just marketing collateral for clients, is that of a music journalist. This fact is what differentiates me from other content copywriters on the market. Why does this matter? Simple. I don’t want to come across as stale and stuffy. I don’t want people to doze of and/or exit out of whatever it is I’m presenting. I want them salivating for more. My inspiration is fueled by the prospect of inspiring.