Shameless Self-Promotion in Quarentine
Plexus Connects Speaker Series
If a writer pens something in quarantine and no one is around to read it, does it make a sound? No. No it does not. Marketing your work, your business, or your activism is *essential* to building an audience. Whether you want to get more people to buy your product, describe yourself more memorably on your website, or simply answer the question “What do you do?”, you need to know how to talk about your work in a way that sets you apart from everyone else. We’ll talk about the basics of self-marketing from social media to websites to that ever-important elevator pitch. This workshop will strengthen your voice and build your confidence. Guaranteed.
An author, professor, radio host, and rabble rouser. His travelogue, "Seriously, What Am I Doing Here?: The Adventures of a Wondering and Wandering Gay Jew" was published in 2017, "LGBTQ Cleveland" was released in 2018, "LGBTQ Columbus" hit the shelves in 2019, and “LGBTQ Cincinnati” comes out in June 2020. He is a frequent contributor to Cleveland Magazine, Prizm, FreshWater Cleveland, and The Huffington Post. In his spare time, he is a professor of education at Baldwin Wallace University.