Taggin Books

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Taggin Books, originally uploaded by Tony Zeoli.

Here’s another shot from Marc Ecko’s Contents Under Pressure Block Party event. Taggin someone else’s book is common at these events. I have a sketch book and we swap. You tag mine, I tag yours. It’s a viral way of getting your style out, promoting yourself. If I’m in your book, you’re showing it to your friends and I’m building a name for myself.

Plus, it’s fun to see the juxtaposition between different style’s in a graf writers sketch book. You’ll not only see the style that he or she writes with, but you’ll see the styles that will influence them going forward.

About Tony Zeoli

Tony Zeoli is a digital media strategist, innovator, and entrepreneur. He founded Netmix.com in 1995, which was considered by Billboard Magazine to be the "innovation and advancement of dance music on the Internet." Tony has innovated at the intersection of music and the Internet for the past thirty years as a project manager, product manager, information architect. He is also the founder of Digital Strategy Works, a WordPress web design and digital marketing agency in Asheville, NC.

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