A Guide for Small Firm Architect Business Owners Using Web-based Automation Tools Social media has become a vital tool for businesses to connect with their audience and establish a strong online presence. For small firm architect business owners, regular posting on social media platforms can help build brand recognition and drive engagement with potential clients. […]
How to Participate in Twitter Chats
Every Wednesday at 9PM EST, I host the #EntreArchitectChat Twitter chat. Each week we discuss, live and in real time, another great topic about business, leadership or life, inspiring architects, designers and creative professionals across the globe. It’s lots of fun and I always take away information, which I can put to work immediately at […]
Tomorrow (Wednesday, 11/7) at 9PM EST, Join Us on Twitter for #EntreArchitectChat
I am still without power here in Chappaqua, but the show must go on! The theme of the first #EntreArchitectChat will be “Secrets to Survival and Success”. We’ll chat about how to get more work, how to stay motivated and how to survive during a down economy. If you are interested in joining us for […]
Starting Wednesday, November 7th, I will be hosting the Entrepreneur Architect Twitter Chat (#EntreArchitectChat). We’ll meet on Twitter every Wednesday evening at 9PM EST to discuss business success and the practice of architecture. Mark your calendars. Share with your friends and followers. What’s a Twitter Chat? Click here for a description: http://weblogs.about.com/od/twitterfaqs/f/TwitterFAQTweetChat.htm You’ll learn a bunch […]
Entrepreneur Architect has a New and Improved Twitter Name
Follow me now @EntreArchitect. I tweet daily about business success and the practice of architecture. Come join the conversation on Twitter. Leave a comment above. Let me know your Twitter name and I will follow you too.
Make it Your Job
Today I was watching a recent talk by Chris Brogan and among many thought provoking ideas, he proposed one tasty tidbit that stuck in my head. Chris is a successful marketing pro, NY Times bestselling author, magazine contributor, blogger, speaker and mega-nerd (he knows more about comic superheros than anyone… ever). He didn’t just decide […]
My Time Online: Presenting Portfolio, Creating Context and a Top Google Rank
This week, we’ve been exchanging website URLs over at the Entrepreneur Architect Linkedin Group. It is very interesting to learn some background on the people we’re interacting with on that forum. I shared our website URL (which is in the midst of an upgrade from our original site to a new one). Then, I posted […]
More Entrepreneur Architect
Looking for more Entrepreneur Architect? Follow me on Twitter @FivecatStudio or “like” me at Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/EntrepreneurArchitect.
How I Use Social Media
Although not technically “social media”, I have been blogging at http://www.livingwellinwestchester.com since 2006. I have had many clients remark that they read my blog and felt that they had grown to know me before we actually met. For me, that alone makes it worth the time required to post on a weekly basis. Recently, I […]
Are you using social media to attract clients?
The Entrepreneur Architect Linkedin Group has been very active lately. We’ve been discussing fee structures, branding, client acquisition, firm naming, business plans and startups. The question of the day today is about social media. Are you actively using social media platforms such as Linkedin, facebook, Twitter or YouTube to promote your business, make connections, influence […]
Do You Tweet?
From Architectural Record: It seems like everyone these days is constantly plugged into their technological devices, tweeting their whereabouts, Facebooking their statuses, and publicizing anything and everything about themselves. Companies are even engaged in the phenomenon, using social media tools to market their products and services. But for architects, do these online pursuits pay off? […]
Fivecat Studio: Interviewed on WVOX 1460AM
Last week, Marsha Gordon, President and CEO of the Business Council of Westchester, invited me to join her at WVOX 1460AM in New Rochelle, NY. I enjoyed speaking with her about Fivecat Studio, the business of architecture and our annual campaign to support local animal shelters, Pillows of Puppies. [soundcloud url=”http://soundcloud.com/fivecat/wvox020110″]