Welcome to the new and improved Steady Glow! After providing full digital marketing services for over four years, we have transitioned to focus on creating meaningful online content for small businesses and providing sustainable marketing solutions to help reduce marketing waste. Having worked in design and marketing for over 20 years, I’ve become tired of … Read More
Notes from Jen
Online Business Ideas to Help Your Small Business Survive COVID-19
As in-person commerce has become virtually non-existent, small businesses that had never-before considered it are now going online for survival. What are some useful online business ideas and can you make it work?
Saving the Earth (and Us), One Marketing Plan at a Time
I hope we can continue to partner to make your business’ message and marketing plan strong and clear, while saving the earth with improved tactics to reduce waste and lessen our impact on our planet.
Steady Glow Digital: Now a Member of AriSEIA!
With the new year comes new endeavors. We are happy to announce our membership with AriSEIA, the Arizona Solar Energy Industries Association.
Supporting Sustainability – Looking Back on 2018
From supporting eco-conscious printers to sponsoring zero waste events to giving love to businesses focused on sustainability, we had a great first year!
All About Prop 127, Part 2: The Arguments
Many Arizonans are either passionately on one side or the other of Prop 127. Others are split and really don’t know what to do. While some cast disparaging remarks about their misunderstanding of economics and a complex power grid, others accuse utility mogul APS of wielding control and dark money for their own self interest. … Read More
No or Yes on Arizona’s Prop 127? Part 1: The Bare Bones
What started out as my simple intent to clarify Arizona’s Prop 127 has spiraled into a rabbit hole of research and complexity. I’m going to try to tackle it all and lay it out simply for people, like me, who aren’t immersed in the utility industry or who get that glazed look anytime sometime starts … Read More
SPI From an Outsider: The Immensity of Solar Technology
As an outsider to the solar industry, I wasn’t sure what to expect at Solar Power International (SPI). Despite my research and attempts to stay up to date on solar technology, I had no idea, to quote one of my least favorite people, that: It’s gonna be HUUUUUUGE! Nerding out on my research beforehand via … Read More
Sun For the People: Non-Profits in the Solar World
One of the inspiring aspects of the Solar Power International (SPI) Conference is the presence of non-profit organizations associated with solar. Even if you had to squint to find them, these renewable energy organizations occupied a few small tables and made it clear how commercial interests could do a little good with their skills, knowledge … Read More
Composting Made Easy (like, way easier than you think)
Composting is not as complicated as you think it is. I mean, yes, sure, the SCIENTIFIC PROCESS of what is happening during composting is super complex. But you doing it? Stop making it a bigger deal than it needs to be. Pretend like you HAVE to compost Because in some cities, you do. I don’t … Read More