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Hear Me Out: New Social Media Ideas For Architects

Dave Sharp advises architecture firms on social media, communication and marketing strategy. More.

I did my friend Arnaud Marthouret's new podcast Single Serves. We had a really fun conversation about the future of social media for architects – and whether there are better channels out there for pioneering firms to take advantage of.

I also talk a bit about the content strategies I work on with my clients. I hope you enjoy this! Shout to Arnaud at RVLTR for making this happen and inviting me as his debut guest. Listen below:


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Dave is a marketing consultant who gives architecture firms the strategy, tools, and habits they need to attract better clients.

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