RICH COLLINS’ BLOG

Who blogs anymore, right? This guy. While the medium has changed significantly over time, it’s still a valuable tool for content marketing and a great way to share a message. My written work has appeared in magazines (NH to Do Magazine, Merrimack Valley Magazines), local newspapers (The Conway Daily Sun, The Portsmouth Herald, Seacoastonline.com) and on various business blogs and print materials, websites and social media campaigns. In addition, I have been involved with the podcasting world, as both a co-host on the NH Brand Project as well as the top ranking outdoor podcast, the Fish Nerds (yes I did the website too.) 

On Flexible Work Arrangements and Working From Home

Flexible Work Arrangements Flexible work arrangements seem to be all the rage, and many employers have seen great success offering remote work and/or staggered scheduling for their employees. I am fortunate enough to have the experience, and the...

read more

NH Brand Project Radio Show, Thirst Productions, Transcript.

Interview – Rich Collins, Kristi Baxter and Michael Cameron transcribed loosely from the New Hampshire Brand Project Radio Show. Michael Cameron- Rich Collins is the founder of Thirst Productions. Welcome to the New Hampshire Brand Project Radio Show!   Rich Collins –...

read more

Why I love Where I Live, Portsmouth NH

I confess. Portsmouth, New Hampshire, I have been unfaithful. Having moved just outside your borders to the Town of Greenland, I sometimes tear up having called you my home for a decade or so. I miss you. The good news is, the entire Seacoast Community defines Port...

read more

Exploring the Weeks Brick House Nature Trails, Greenland, NH

When Seacoaster’s say, “Hey, let’s go for a hike,” few think about Portsmouth’s neighbor, Greenland, as a destination for rambling through the woods. But right in our own backyard is a small, but incredible trail system known as the Weeks Brick House Nature Trails,...

read more

WordPress Security. Be afraid, be very afraid.

Most of us are jumping onto the Wordpress bandwagon these days, I know i get misty eyed when I see the amazing level of control and capabilities the open source content management platform offers. And with all good things related to technology, with widespread...

read more

Technology and The Monetization of Everything.

Many of us, myself included, tend to believe that technology is free. Aside from Microsoft Windows/Office, and specialty programs like Photoshop, I don’t pay for a lot of technology outside of my Playstation and iphone/PCs….or do I. I dropped by People’s United Bank...

read more

Where would we be without Corporate Philanthropists?

I am in mourning for a man I never met, nor ever will. A man I know little to nothing about, in fact, but a man that I respect. I don't know his policies nor much about his politics, but I know through his actions he provided the world with a legacy that will outlast...

read more

Cold November Rain

I cannot tell a lie. November depresses me. Stuck somewhere between Autumn, my favorite season, amd winter snows that blanket New England (sometimes, but not always my second favorite season.) November sticks out like a pimp in church but life must go on. Not far from...

read more

Have a Unique Project in Mind?

See what others have said about my work or contact me today!.

8 + 12 =