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Launching CreativityReactor - Free Community for Artists
posted by John Hickson  on Jan. 2, 2014, 9:28 a.m. (5 years, 9 months, 17 days ago)
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Following more than 5 successful years of StudioSysAdmins (http://www.studiosysadmins.com) - a network community for technical people in the Digital Content Creation (DCC) industry.

 

We are now proud to finally be launching our brand new community:

 

CreativityReactor  (http://www.creativityreactor.com)  is a new social media networking community for artists

 

Sponsored by various hardware and software vendors that sell to our space, both of these sites are FREE to use for all Production Studios, Technical People and Artists.

To help us kick off the new site, we invite you to login (using your existing StudioSysAdmins account) or create a new account @ CreativityReactor  (http://www.creativityreactor.com). If you can help with some initial content (like job postings, and company profiles) it will help us get the artists active in the community.

 

For Recruiters...

Once logged in you can start posting any job openings that may be coming up at your studio.  You can login to either site to post a job, just remember to post technical jobs to StudioSysAdmins and all production management and/or artistic jobs to the CreativityReactor site. There are no limits to the number of postings you are allowed, and remember, postings are free.

For Marketing...

Once logged in you can start updating office and contact details for your company, other social links (LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, etc), add actual productions your company has worked on, as well as add YouTube and/or Vimeo links to your demo reels and/or related videos.

For Artists...

Once logged in you can associate yourself with the productions you have worked on, create your own galleries for artwork, add your personal demo reels (via YouTube or Vimeo links), post classified ads to sell old equipment, as well as participate in the on-line forums.

 

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me via e-mail @ john.hickson@studiosysadmins.com

Also, please forward this e-mail to anyone you may think is interested. Anything to help our community grow is always appreciated.

 

Thank you and wishing everyone a happy and successful new year.

-John Hickson


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Response from John Hickson @ Jan. 8, 2014, 6:52 a.m.

Following more than 5 successful years of StudioSysAdmins (http://www.studiosysadmins.com) - a network community for technical people in the Digital Content Creation (DCC) industry.

 

We are now proud to finally be launching our brand new community:

 

CreativityReactor  (http://www.creativityreactor.com)  is a new social media networking community for artists

 

Sponsored by various hardware and software vendors that sell to our space, both of these sites are FREE to use for all Production Studios, Technical People and Artists.

To help us kick off the new site, we invite you to login (using your existing StudioSysAdmins account) or create a new account @ CreativityReactor  (http://www.creativityreactor.com). If you can help with some initial content (like job postings, and company profiles) it will help us get the artists active in the community.

 

For Recruiters...

Once logged in you can start posting any job openings that may be coming up at your studio.  You can login to either site to post a job, just remember to post technical jobs to StudioSysAdmins and all production management and/or artistic jobs to the CreativityReactor site. There are no limits to the number of postings you are allowed, and remember, postings are free.

For Marketing...

Once logged in you can start updating office and contact details for your company, other social links (LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, etc), add actual productions your company has worked on, as well as add YouTube and/or Vimeo links to your demo reels and/or related videos.

For Artists...

Once logged in you can associate yourself with the productions you have worked on, create your own galleries for artwork, add your personal demo reels (via YouTube or Vimeo links), post classified ads to sell old equipment, as well as participate in the on-line forums.

 

.. Forgot that replying from the site doesn't include the orginal message .. :)

-John


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Response from John Hickson @ Jan. 8, 2014, 6:50 a.m.

Just sending out a reminder e-mail for those of you that just got back from holidays and missed the original message.

Please forward to your recruiters, marketing and artists if possible - help spread the word :)

 

Thank you;
John Hickson


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