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Using as a Dance Profile

August 18, 2011

8 is a free website that allows users to create a splash page that defines their online presence and professional biography. It is a one page stop for everything YOU! The site provides an easy to use format including a personal background image, several font options and the ability to connect to important social networking […]

National Dance Week Day 6, Kevin Jenkins “Finding Narnia”

April 27, 2011


Recently I have realized that in this crazy world of 21st century of social networking, the dance community is one of the last surviving social networks that still smothers their comrades with love each and everytime they see them. In most other communities that I’m involved in, a lot of our information sharing happens primarily […]

In The World of Microblogging, Video Adds Context

April 22, 2011


For me, microblogging sites such as Twitter and Facebook can sometimes feel very text heavy. If an organization that I have “liked” or followed posts a video that looks interesting, I almost always take some time to check it out. For dance companies, dance studios, and dancers alike it is very important to post video […]

The Trey McIntyre Project: Poster Child of PR in the Dance World

April 15, 2011


When my mom’s football-loving boyfriend sent me this USA Today Article about a dance company based in Boise, Idaho I knew that company had something going for them in more ways than one. So what is it that Trey McIntyre and his team are doing to get 50-something sports fanatics down in San Diego, California to relate to […]