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Mark Paulda

OWNERMark Paulda & Co

Melrose, FL 32666

Member Since June 2021


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I'm Mark Paulda. I capture compelling photographs and collect meaningful experiences wherever I go. I’ve traveled well over a million miles across the world my entire life. I grew up in Tripoli, Libya, my college years found me in rapidly changing London and my real life education continues in diverse cultures around the world. I own and operate Mark Paulda & Co., an online photography gallery that offers images in custom sizes and mediums to the trade. My entire professional career has been dedicated to meeting and exceeding the needs (and wants) of a discerning clientele. Let's begin a conversation. I'd like to assist with your design project. All of my images are available for commercial licensing. If you have a feature, story or advertisement that needs images, please, let's work together. I also have collected great stories during my travels. Perhaps you or your readers might be interested. Let's work together. I love getting to know people around the world. Many of my best friends and even great loves are people whom I met when they emailed to introduce themselves. Yes, it's really me, not an assistant, and I reply to all.

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Nine Tips for Adapting to Shifting Consumer and Cultural Interests

expert panel

Companies must strive to be flexible and adaptable to remain relevant and competitive. Consumer and cultural interests have undergone significant shifts over the years, influencing businesses in various ways. Remaining agile and responsive to changing consumer and cultural interests is essential for businesses that want to succeed in today's dynamic marketplace, as a failure to do so could result in missed opportunities and diminished customer trust. Below, a panel of Rolling Stone Culture Council members share nine tips for how your business can stay on top of changing consumer and cultural interests and the impact they have on the overall business climate.

10 Social Media Strategies to Build Stronger Customer Relationships

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With so much noise on social media, a strong and well-planned strategy is the key to standing out. Social media has revolutionized the way businesses interact with their customers and followers. Nowadays, it's not just about selling products or services, but also about building relationships and establishing trust with your audience. This is where an effective social media plan comes in. By implementing the right strategies, businesses can engage with their customers and followers on a deeper level, which can lead to increased brand loyalty and advocacy. Below, 10 members of Rolling Stone Culture Council share the different social media strategies any business can use to build better relationships with their customers and why they are so effective at doing so.

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Mark Paulda & Co

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Mark Paulda is a globe-trotting photographer and best selling author whose thirst for knowledge takes him to almost every corner of the world. He was exposed to travel at an early age, as his parents took him on perpetual trips abroad when he was still a child. Born in America, Mark grew up in Tripoli, Libya where he learned to be curious and genuinely appreciate cultures foreign to his own. Mark began his professional career with his own event company that led him to work with the Olympic Games planning and coordinating corporate events for VIPS. Creativity drives Mark today in the world of photography. Mark’s images have been exhibited throughout the world in galleries, special exhibitions and museums. He is considered one of the Top 100 travel photographers in the world according to Light & Composition. You can also find his images in a large variety of magazines, websites and other publications worldwide. He's been nominated for a Grammy award and a Grammy finalist for Best Album Art (Recollections by Asia featuring John Payne) released with worldwide distribution. He is author of five photography books, three of which are among the fastest selling books published by TCU Press. One of his books, “El Paso 120 : Edge of the Southwest” was named the best photography book in Texas.



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