WHAT IS IT?
Easy Architecture is a web series that teaches people of all ages the basics of architecture in short, easy to understand, animated videos.
Each month an original episode is released on YouTube covering a different topic in architecture, from Oriental architecture to Greek Temples and Beaux Arts just to name a few.
“I honestly believe the world would be a better place if more people understood and appreciated the built environment.”
Analytics show Easy Architecture attracts the audience you want!
USING EASY ARCHITECTURE TO FUEL YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA ENGAGEMENT
Easy Architecture provides a variety of opportunities to engage your social media followers.
Announce new episodes of the YouTube series across your social media accounts.
Share social media posts from locations seen in the episode.
Hold monthly photo or drawing contests on Instagram with followers sharing their images for a small prize.
Share content from online magazines, blogs and other outlets on the same subject as that month's episode.
Write and blog your own original content related to that month’s subject.
Publish the educator guide on your website and announce it on social media so teachers can use Easy Architecture in the classroom .
TOPICS FOR FUTURE EPISODES
What is Architecture?
What is Modern Architecture?
What is Beaux Arts?
Types of American Homes
Who is Andrea Palladio?
What are the Defining Elements of Spanish Architecture?
What Makes Oriental Architecture Unique?
Greek Temple Architecture
What is Post Modern Architecture?
Mark is an award winning independent producer with experience in all aspects of production from writing and editing to cinematography and directing.
Winner of 3 Regional Emmy Awards for his documentary "Clean Lines, Open Spaces"
Over 20 titles to his name in 15 years
Former fellow of the PBS Producers Academy
WHY SPONSOR EASY ARCHITECTURE?
CONTENT: It is original content to engage and build your audience on social media.
AUDIENCE: It reaches the desired millennial audience of 18 to 34 year olds. People who want to know more about the built environment.
EDUCATION: With the use of educator guides, it gives you an entry point into local schools on which you can build a relationship with teachers and the school district.
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