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@mehdeeka writing about marketing, art + tech, and feminism.
  1. Mehdeeka would focus on local Australian marketers and brands operating…

Cottage core date — photo by me
  1. Walking dates
    So this became a thing during the pandemic but it’s actually super nice if you put a bit of effort into it. Take it as an opportunity to be a tourist in your own city, map out your favourite spots and then act as a tour guide to your date. If it goes well the second date can be the other person showing you their favourite spots! …


My dog! check out his insta


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  2. Am I writing at a 9/10th grade level or below? (Yes is the correct answer here)
  3. Is this sentence/paragraph conveying valuable information?
  4. Am I thinking of the target audience while I write, or am I thinking of myself?
  5. Is this appropriately written and structured for the format?
  6. Is the point clearly and coherently made? Do the points connect to form a larger narrative?

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This is my actual Notion board!

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  1. Always keep your level of taste higher than your level of ability
    I’ve heard that the reason most artists hate their own work is because their artistic tastes are higher than what they themselves are capable of making, so they’re constantly striving to increase their abilities. Whatever part of marketing you’re in, make sure you’re doing something to increase your level of taste. Go visit an art museum, read case studies, read interviews with masters of your craft.
  2. You don’t need to be able to do, but you need to be able to tell good from bad quality
    For example, you…

  1. encourage tenants to sign up to a portal website (the online community)
  2. make events and perks in the foyer (the offline community) increasing customer satisfaction

Hot Blood at White Rabbit Gallery

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