This article very nicely articulates what it means to be brand in the 21st century. Kudos to the Author Blake Morgan for distilling it down to this visual. You can read the full article here.
The 4th episode of The Startup is now on FunnyOrDie.com. In this episode, the employees of Pump’d Entertainment find out that there’s nothing like a little Weed to liven up a Startup.
The series is headlined by Parvesh Cheena from Outsourced & A to Z as well as Peter Shinkoda from Marvel’s Daredevil & Falling Skies and also stars Aureli Scheppers, Zabeth Russell, Linc Hand, James Kyson, Sonal Shah, Bryan Coffee & K. Harrison Sweeney. Check it out!
Actors are artists at their core. When you ask them to be creative, the results can be magical, funny & persuasive. This is The Startup’s Peter Shinkoda persuading everyone to watch Episode 2 with a picture of swimsuit model and co-star Aurelia Scheppers.
If you look at the analytics at precisely that moment, you’ll see an uptick in link clicks & video views. Let your talent use their talent and you won’t be disappointed. YMMV
Hi everyone! We’re proud to announce that the 2nd episode of The Startup is now on FunnyOrDie.com The Startup.
The Startup features Parvesh Cheena from Outsourced and A to Z, Peter Shinkoda from Falling Skies, Sonal Shah from Scrubs, James Kyson from Heroes, Aurelia Scheppers, Linc Hand, Bryan Coffee, K. Harrison Sweeney, Zabeth Russell, Christopher Meehan and Eric Mark.
Watch Episode # 2 of The Startup today! Check it out! http://bit.ly/TSUEP2
Proud to announce the premiere of The Startup on Funny Or Die!!!
The Startup stars Parvesh Cheena (From A to Z, Outsourced), Peter Shinkoda (Falling Skies & Daredevil), Sonal Shah (Scrubs), James Kyson (Heroes), Aurelia Scheppers (Every music video imaginable, Expecting Amish), Linc Hand (42, Revenge), K.Harrison Sweeney (Red Dead Redemption), Zabeth Russell (Mystic River, Suburgatory), Bryan Coffee (The Brink), Julia Carpenter (Mad Men, Life with Zombies), Christopher Meehan (Black Box) and Zach Reino (Non-Stop to Comicon).
Rob Shields of comic review & sci-fi site Fanboynation.com had wonderful things to say in a great review of Malcolm Wong’s DogEaters Manga!
- “Malcolm Wong wrote an intriguing story filled with violence, blood, and the social commentary of today’s society”
- “exceptional Manga artwork by Guillermo “Giye” Angel”
Getting one step closer to our final goal, we’ve launched a new corporate website for Media 11:11. Check it out for details on our publishing and pricing options. We’ve even introduced a new option for artists to showcase their work through the digital portfolio plan.
We’re continually expanding the site and will be offering access to our publishing platform from it shortly!
We’ve also moved our self-publishing blog to the site as well (don’t worry, still powered by WordPress). Check it out at http://blog.media1111.com
The best is yet to come.
Here’s a sneak peek at the uncensored version of DogEaters Manga- #5. Download them all for Kindle today!
DogEaters Manga- #1 for Kindle- http://amzn.to/1nFUf8a
DogEaters Manga- #2 for Kindle- http://amzn.to/1u2yhOa
DogEaters Manga- #3 for Kindle- http://amzn.to/PPRaDN
DogEaters Manga- #4 for Kindle- http://amzn.to/1fra3t5
DogEaters Manga- #5 for Kindle- http://amzn.to/1rMXlGQ
DogEaters Manga- #6 for Kindle- http://amzn.to/1mZJlYm