Sue-Tanya hopes to inspire her generation to build their own online businesses. Photo Credit: Rockstaar What is your dream job? To launch my Creatives of the Future e-book, (to purchase, click here) I interviewed some creatives who were already monetizing their platforms because of their work on social media. One of those people is website Designer … Continue reading Girl Boss Sue-Tanya McHorgh: From losing her job to Online Entrepreneur
Ok, so you've probably gotten used to working from home but now you need to get settled. In order to work most efficiently you need a room of your own away from the hustle and bustle of family life. It's also much easier to achieve a good work/life balance if you can shut the door … Continue reading Working From Home? My Budget-Friendly Dream Home Office
Ever since I designed the uniforms for the popular hipster Ja Mexican restaurant, Chillito's a few years ago, where we swapped Corona for Chillito's, I've been loving the Corona Beer logo. But on February 28th, Time wrote at the onset of the Corona virus outbreak that, "Corona has become the subject of memes and videos … Continue reading Life in the Time of Corona (Beer, Not Virus)
I'm brutally honest in my first podcast about my struggles as a single parent, my depression, working in a male-dominant industry and the sacrifices I've had to make to get ahead. I'm grateful to no longer have to ask for permission to be who I am. Listen to my one-hour interview as I talk about … Continue reading My 1st Podcast Interview EVER! With Latoya Wakefield of Tallawah Podcast.
Every year, I predict the trends for the following year and so far so good, I've been pretty accurate. This year I have some insights based on my experience working on my personal brands: Luxuryja, Love Not Likes and my client's pages. Here goes: Time sensitive content will reign supreme: Last year, I did a … Continue reading Social Media Trends in 2020
"So great leaders don't try to please everyone. Great leaders don't water down their message in order to make the tribe a bit bigger. Instead, they realize that a motivated, connected tribe in the midst of a movement is far more powerful than a larger group could ever be.” ― Seth Godin, Tribes: We Need … Continue reading Kingston Creative Artwalk Presentation: YouTubers to Watch in 2020
In 2006, long before the term “influencer” was coined, I started a t-shirt line called Sprawl Tees. One of the tactics used was to invite people of influence to "rep" the brand. Everyone from musicians to socialites helped us reach thousands of people from as far as Japan. With Sprawl, I developed the brand's story … Continue reading Why use a Micro-Influencer to Showcase your Brand?
On July 18, 2019, Lauren Dunn, otherwise known as Lauren O Lauren will be presenting at the inaugural Love Not Likes Master Class at CoWork Ja focused on monetizing your blog, YouTube and Instagram through influencer marketing. Influencer marketing is million dollar industry in the United States, with Fashion Nova being one of the top … Continue reading Lauren O Lauren teaches First Love Not Likes Master Class
Love Not Likes is for bloggers and micro-influencers who want to monetize.
Last Sunday, I had the pleasure of being invited to Kingston Creative's Artwalk. We decided to partner with them for a Love Not Likes excursion. For those who don't know, Love Not Likes is an experiential marketing agency that creates curated experiences for photographers, bloggers and creatives who want to network and collaborate. The bloggers … Continue reading Love Not Likes visits Kingston Creative’s Artwalk