Tag Archives: branding
Personality and your brand [Pt. I]
I have already started three different posts that address my thoughts on personality and branding, a topic I am scheduled to dissect at the Social Media Breakfast [Portland, Maine] this Friday. I am looking forward to taking on the topic, as it is one that is very much a part of my professional day-to-day. The other posts delve […]
What is branding and why should I care?
Not only does brand consideration, thinking and strategy enter my company’s work with clients on a daily basis, we at my company is currently going through the process of a rebranding ourselves. While the process of brand development can be extraordinarily beneficial for companies and entrepreneurs, I realize that it remains mysterious to many. Because of this, I reached […]
Does ‘Maine, Obviously’ reinforce negative stereotypes?
On Monday I announced the launch of Maine, Obviously, a Tumblr-based collection of news stories that feel [to me] as though they could only have been produced in Maine. From people who live in or have ties to the state the response has been largely positive. On a few occasions, however, it has been suggested […]
Might + Main launches GayMarry.ME, a database of equality-focused wedding officiants
Now that same-sex marriage is legal in the State of Maine, who will officiate all of the coming ceremonies? Immediately after same-sex marriage was voted into law on Tuesday, I noticed about a dozen folks, some on Twitter and some on Facebook, announce to their networks that they are qualified to officiate marriages in Maine. […]