Austin L. Church
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  • Knoxville, TN
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How did you find EOK?
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Who are you? (family, school, work, hobbies, interests, dreams)
I am a poet, writer, runner, avid flyfisherman, brand strategist, and marketer. Most of my family lives in Nashville. My wife and I have stayed in Knoxville because we both fell in love with the city. Knoxville listens to young professionals in a way that many cities don't. I want to contribute to Knoxville's brain gain and see transformative ideas take root here.
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At 2:08pm on February 23, 2014, Leonard Knight said…

Austin, hope to see you at the March 12th Lunch-n-Learn!  It's gonna be AWESOME!  Can't wait to see Brad Greene and his team in action!  ~Leo

At 2:18pm on July 9, 2013, Austin L. Church said…

@Ken Morrow Thanks! I appreciate that.

At 10:06am on July 9, 2013, Ken Morrow said…

Just watched your panel discussion at the EOK workshop. Your discussion in the last few minutes about being generous and generosity was great. Agree with you 100%.

At 11:09am on August 31, 2012, Dave Morehous said…
Sorry to not answer sooner - got your message as I was going into a client meeting, and just got done. No problem, of course. I'll see you Tuesday. Market Square, same as before?
At 9:28am on August 29, 2012, Dave Morehous said…
Perfect. See you then.
At 9:24am on August 29, 2012, Dave Morehous said…
Sounds good. I don't think Tupelo Honey is open yet -- maybe Cafe 4, or Nama? Or Trio Cafe, which is a little less pricey...
At 9:12am on August 29, 2012, Dave Morehous said…
Sorry for not getting back to you sooner. I got wrapped up in a couple of projects at home and at work, and before I knew it a week had gone by. My lunchtimes are free today through Friday, and next Tuesday (9/4). I'll be out of contact the rest of next week (my wife is having surgery), but I'm free for lunch any day the week after (9/10 and on).
At 4:23pm on March 8, 2012, Leonard Knight said…

I'd like to talk to you about a writing gig or two.  Let me know when you could come by the new Neighborhood Nerds office (1202 Kenesaw Ave, 37919).  ~Leo

At 7:35pm on April 23, 2009, William Milam said…
I mentioned to Chris that I bumped into you. You should try to catch up. A lot has been going on.
At 6:50pm on February 27, 2009, Leonard Knight said…
Welcome to EOK, Austin! Glad you found us! Yeah, I need to drop that Greeting Cards profile used to make sense but the 3rd party app we were using went out of business. Take a look around and get to know some people...check the FAQ section for getting started tips. ~Leo


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Writing Great Web Content: Tips & Notes

Posted on February 12, 2010 at 11:54am 0 Comments

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Bright Newt

EOK workshop: Writing Great Web Content

"On the web, you are what you publish."

-David Meerman Scott, New Rules of Marketing and PR

I. Introductory remarks

A. Objectives to accomplish… Continue

Website Diagnosis: What you should do to improve your site's marketing potential

Posted on February 9, 2010 at 5:00pm 0 Comments

Website Self-Diagnosis


When we tell business owners, “Your website needs a facelift,” one of two things happens: either they nod or they get offended.

The ones who get offended probably think we are trying to create work for ourselves. They are right, of course. Bright Newt is always looking for ways to help people improve their businesses through marketing, especially web marketing. We also want to pay our bills and eat.

Those two aims inspired us… Continue

Secrets for Entrepreneurs

Posted on April 22, 2009 at 11:48am 2 Comments

The secret to entrepreneurial success is simple:

Look for gaps in different industries and sectors of the business world. Think of possible solutions—the means by which you can fill these gaps. Snoop around and see if anybody else has noticed the same gap. Research these competitors and then offer a solution with superior performance, a lower price, or a better value.

Always keep in mind, price and value are two different animals.

I discovered this foundational… Continue


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