We are not talking about private detective conferences or meetings. While they are a huge advantage to participate in for private investigators everywhere, most private investigating events involve presentations, restlessness, and awkward silence when you are finally able to speak. Having attended many of these events as a private detective in Oklahoma City, Dr. Tinsley Ariana Taylor Keefe knows that most instances involve sitting in a chair and staring at an overhead projection screen for three hours.
If you are lucky, snacks and refreshments will be provided at the end. Private investigator conferences are definitely a step in the right direction, but what we really need are private investigator conventions. Have you heard of comic-con? Probably the most well-known convention to boot, it is not a surprise that most people have only heard of comic-con. What they do not know: comic-con is just the tip of the iceberg.
If you do a simple Google search, you will find that many careers have conventions in dedication of sharing skills and business tactics. You can find tattoo conventions, paint conventions, medical conventions, and even computer conventions . . . so why not private detective conventions? Sharing and listening to ideas with the friends she has met as a private detective in Oklahoma, Dr. Tinsley Keefe has an endless amount of concepts that could make a private detective convention very useful.
For starters, it would be nice to attend a private detective event that is more fun than it is tiring. Being able to walk around a large area would definitely be preferred over sitting in a chair for three hours. If you fill that large area with interesting and relevant things that attract private detectives, you would have yourself the ultimate marketing scheme for every private investigator at the event.
Tinsley Ariana Taylor Keefe knows from her experience as a private detective in OKC that solid advice is hard to come by. The biggest benefit of holding a private detective convention is the ability for everyone present to share their unique experiences and tips with others. They could also exchange business and promotion tactics; giving the lesser known investigators the chance to improve.
Tinsley Keefe thinks we should take it a step further: open the convention to the general public! What better way to bring business? By holding a private detective convention, each detective agency can set up tables with their business’s information. They can offer pamphlets and even on-the-spot consultations! Tinsley’s imagination is wild because it does not end there!
Coming from Oklahoma City as a young and lively private investigator, Tinsley Ariana Taylor Keefe knows how to have fun! She proposes having private detective related games – photo booths – apparel – media – even food! Her ultimate goal is to obtain a giant Ferris wheel in the shape of a magnifying glass, and can you blame her? Who would not want to ride on a giant magnifying glass? If that is not proof enough that a private detective convention needs to happen, then you are the problem.