Month: March 2016

Lessons Learned Building Photo Booth Business: ‘PhotoBot.Co’, with Adam Kemeny

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Behind Scenes / Business / Creatives / Interviews

Editor's note: this is a post written by contributor: Philip Dennis. Rigorous planning and thoughtful preparation often seems like the safest course, but in designer and Photobot.Co creator Adam Kemény's experience, it can also create barriers to moving ahead. Photobot.Co creates custom photo booths for brands and businesses for events and venues as well as a range of varied coin operated booths. Now coming into its fifth successful year, Photobot.Co has brought Adam in contact with billionaires and […]

12 Ways You Can Outsource Work to Help You Promote Your Creative Business

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Improve Online Efficiency / Productivity / Promotion

There are many forces that can pull us away from making a decision to get outside help in growing our businesses and making things run more effectively. We can often be oblivious to the bubble that ensures we stay stubborn about doing everything ourselves. We tell ourselves that we need to do everything because we are perfectionists. We do it ourselves because we don’t want to spend money or spend it unnecessarily. But time is […]

If You Seek Admiration, Your Audience Will Leave You

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Brand You / Clients / Selling

I’ve spent much of the last nine years of my life working for myself in several avenues. I’ve run two fairly highly-trafficked blogs that make money and employ several people; a successful graphic art business; a successful consultancy business, built an online social media following to over 120,000 people, and have self published several books that have sold (I’m not in the big leagues - yet - but they do sell). As such, I’ve had […]

18 Top Illustrators Tell Us Their Biggest Ideas on How to be Successful

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Creatives / Freelancing / Idea Generation / Interviews / Personal Development

Looking to those who have successfully found their way to where we are currently trying to navigate can provide an invaluable guide to avoiding the steep drops and dead ends that often come up to blindside us. There is never one singular route or clearly-etched map to carving out a fulfilling career as a successful creative professional. With every additional artist you approach, words of wisdom become more complex, nuanced, and unexpected. By putting together a series […]