Business Bites: Sweet Teeth & Party Time

August 2, 2013


Photography: Amelia

Considering I don’t have a sweet tooth at all, I sure do pin a lot of pretty sweet treats… hum, I wonder what that says about my psyche? I hope you’ve all had a brilliant and productive week. I’m really looking forward to this weekend because I’m going out – not once but twice! Sheesh, what a party animal. Now excuse me I better go and grab a quick disco nap before the chaos commences. I’ll see you on the other side!

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“The day when artists could build platforms for themselves simply by being on social media has turned into myth. And the glut of “social media experts” and “content experts” who offer proven strategies for building a tribe is growing tired.

So how do you build a base for your work? Kevin Kelley once proclaimed the principle of “1,000 true fans,” where he stated that only 1,000 customers were needed to build a sustainable career. In this new “maker society” where your livelihood comes from your followership, how do you stand out in the long tail?”

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Whatever you’re up to, I hope you have a fabulous weekend.


  1. Hi Rocknroll Bride, thank you so much for this marvelous blog. I was so pleasantly surprised at what I found in the ‘links’. Such little gems of wisdom….going to apply as much as I can to my business, or at least try to take a leaf out of their books. Thanks again and I hope your weekend rocks.

  2. Hi Rocknroll Bride thank you for these valuable tips, I have recently started up and your links have been a great source of help. I used your blog when planning my own wedding and now for my wedding business :-)…so thank you!


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