"Social Media Marketing Masterclass [In 3 Easy Steps]" by Jesse Darling

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Lesson One:

IT DOESN'T MATTER IF YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU'RE DOING,
SO LONG AS IT'S WORKING.

 

██████              01 December at 17:31

heh. your videos, blog and online presence are like a window on some sort of amazing, magical, brighter-than-life parallel universe – full of beautiful people, glamour, enchanted bric-a-brac and generally cool stuff.

rock on. and good luck in  ██████ :)

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Jesse Darling          01 December at 09:40

██████ If only you could see the mice, the mould, the incessant rain, the  ██████ & the bank balance. Still, it’s  ██████; it’s home. ;) So thank you.

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xx JD

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Lesson Two:

GIVE YOUR CUSTOMERS WHAT THEY WANT,
EVEN IF YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND WHAT THEY'RE ASKING FOR.

 

██████              26 December, 2011

Dear Jesse,

I have some questions to ask you because of your physical nuance— the awareness you have— the sensitivity— the life— yet still the ability to move. This must require constant cleaning, writing, talking, expressing— I think you are in a sense an evolution of ██████ — please do not take this as an insult — I could only insult myself if simplifying— but what I see in your manner of expressing with words is an ability to communicate subtleties in a way that does not appear to be so. ██████.

Something very clear about you— and which fains from he word artist or philosopher, though you are an artist— you are also knowing of— existing outside of— █████████ — and these are ██████ tendencies — not of the preceding university ‘objective’ era, but something cunning to ‘information’ and its know not, as well as ‘art’ and its know not—

Anyway, questions pending.

██████

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Jesse Darling          26 December 2011

██████. Hit me up.

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Lesson Three:

HATERS GONNA HATE.
NEVER STOP BELIEVING.

██████              15 February at 01:18

If one is an artist does that mean that life has to be constantly challenging and painful and tragic? Does it have to be constantly entertaining (and therefore dramatic and full of conflict) for the “audience”?

If so, I guess that makes lasting love pretty much impossible.

I’m too old and tired for all that. I just want to love ██████ and for her to love me. ████████████████████████ I still love forever and ███████████████████████ I was at work).

I’m good at that. Making things simple. Just a simple contented little life. But quite beautiful nonetheless.

Does the artist sacrifice the chance of that for the audience?

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