Kara


April 2nd, 2014 by Kara
Posted in Taylor Thoughts

Spin Sucks February 2009. Do you know what is special about that particular month? It’s the month this blog, Behind the Scenes with Taylor Studios, launched. A few months after that February, I met Gini Dietrich at a seminar she gave in Indianapolis about social media called, Social Media Boot Camp: Making Sense of it All. Gini is the founder and CEO of Arment Dietrich and the brains behind “Spin Sucks” a PR blog aiming to change the perception of public relations. As Gini says, “we’re [not] all spin doctors, liars, party planners, club hoppers, and magicians.” She told me when we met she had a goal of writing a book. While it’s taken a little longer than I think she anticipated, (in her defense she coauthored another book, survived a recession, reorganized her company, and grew the “Spin Sucks” blog to one with over 45,000 monthly readers) her book, Spin Sucks: Communication and Reputation Management in the Digital Age, is here! (more…)

Kristina


March 28th, 2014 by Kristina
Posted in Taylor Thoughts

5 Points for a Fabulous & Functional Infographic First off, let’s define an infographic, an infographic organizes information visually in an interesting and relevant way in an effort to gain and hold the audiences’ attention until that information is consumed and understood. It’s not just a matter of simply adding color to copy or little icons here and there—a true infographic should have visual merit that reinforces the content. So how can we make successful infographics? Here are five tips to guide you! (more…)

Betty


February 18th, 2014 by Betty

The Field Museum

The “Best” Natural History Exhibit is a Personal Preference

I was recently asked what I thought the best natural history museum exhibit was.  I have visited hundreds of museums, many with awesome natural history exhibits.  I’ve seen The American Museum, The Smithsonian National Museum of History, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Natural History Museum of LA, Denver Museum of Nature and Science and many more.  Yet, the one that immediately pops into my head is The Field Museum.   The word favorite or best is a personal preference.  I’ve visited this museum the most and it holds a special place in my heart. (more…)

Jason


January 2nd, 2014 by Jason
Posted in Taylor Thoughts

A Packers Fan

Recently I had the opportunity to attend a Green Bay Packers game in Green Bay.  Yes, I’m a huge Packers fan.

The tailgating, being surrounded by everything Packers, and the game itself was great leaving me very satisfied and excited about my visit. All that stuff is excellent and a huge part of the experience, but one thing stood out to me the most and left a huge impression.  (more…)

Betty


December 31st, 2013 by Betty

It’s that time of year when we tend to reflect and look forward.  Here are some of the highlights of 2013 I thought might interest you. (more…)


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