Promoting Art on Social Media

Promoting Art on Social Media

You have an idea for a short story. You grab your notebook and pen, outline your idea, and write it down. Once you manage to squeeze out a first draft, you begin editing it and really make it something magical. At the end, you have an amazing short piece of literature that you want to share with the world.

So you log on to your blog and put your story on the front page. You even make a nice graphic to add as the cover art for your story and catch eyes. Now that it’s up and public on your blog, you share it on your one to three chosen social media channels.

You’ve done everything by the book, but somehow no one visits your site to read your blog. It’s not even getting many likes on social media.

This is because, despite doing everything else right, there’s a lot of noise on social media from other creatives doing the exact same thing. So in order to get your work noticed, you need to promote it Continue reading Promoting Art on Social Media

Spread Your Work

Spread Your Work

Art isn’t good or bad. It’s subjective and depends on the person who is experiencing it. However, art that doesn’t come from inside is hardly art at all.

If you create unique, original art, then the rest of the world wants to see it! That is what people love, and that is what we crave when we listen to music, watch a movie, or read a book.

No one is going to see it, though, if you don’t share it. Thankfully, social media and the internet of things has made this possible for creatives at every level.

Spreading your work online can place it in front of millions of eyes who want to see it. It can be challenging to navigate the waters of social media, blogging, and vlogging. But with a bit of practice, it will pay off big time. Continue reading Spread Your Work