Search Artz of Culturez

Sunday, April 12, 2015

Weekly Recap: Longtime No Read

newsletter whoas ... 

It’s been awhile since some of my subscribers seen a TinyLetter/newsletter from me. I stopped sending newsletters because the stats shows that a majority of my subscribers weren't opening up the newsletters or reading any of the stories. So I figured that it would be best to lay low for a spell.

During my hiatus I brainstormed about what people need to know. That’s when I thought of pushing out more stories for the personal finance section, Money Method – published on Mondays. I also found that blog visitors appreciates the Better Said Than Written segments. All they have to do is read a couple of short lines, and click the play button. Well, at least that’s what the analytics on the backend shows.

So, as a reminder, if there’s a story, topic, event or issue you think will make a good fit on Arts of Cultures, e-mail your views to And for those of you who just found out about Arts of Cultures and would like to receive a weekly recap, you can sign up here

An example of arts + cultures recap is just a click away... 

Poems & Taxes
April is National Poetry Month! What’s your favorite poem? Who is your favorite poet? Well, Arts of Cultures brought life to The Set of Rules, a poem written by luxury/lifestyle blogger, Anthony Villegas. Take a listen.
April is also the month where procrastinators try to hustle to get their taxes done before the April 15th deadline. 
Arts of Cultures published a series of informative topics for tax payers on Money Method Monday. If you are one of those people who are waiting until the last minute to file your taxes the following three stories are for you.
Other tax season stories include:


“Nothing ever goes away until it teaches us what we need to know.” – Pema Chodron

In case you're wondering here's what Arts of Cultures is all about ... 

No comments:

Weekly E-Letter

There's nothing to think about, just signup for Arts + Cultures Recap right here, right now.