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January 2016

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Platforms to Avoid as an Artist

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 There are tons of places to market yourself and your art online. The reality is that you can choose whatever you want to use, but there are a few platforms that many artists have found do not work well for their needs. Other times, these platforms demand too much of the artist in the form of payment or use, making it hard for artists to justify using the program. This is the list of platforms that we recommend avoiding. Keep in mind that these lists differ based on what type of art you are providing. Writers: Freelancer or UpWork. While this is a great place to place your work in hopes of finding future work, you will pay a huge amount of money to keep your profile and your ability to apply for jobs. There are fees if you manage to get paid, and you are susceptible to getting your content booted if you’re inactive for too long. If you really want a place that allows you to find work while keeping your page active, look into getting your own domain and using free job boards. Photographers: Social media in general is really not great for your finest work. If […]

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January 2016

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Be a Curator, Get Curated, Stand Out in Social Media

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 As more and more people are generating content online (or at least uploading it to the Internet), it’s becoming harder and harder to be seen on the grand scale. If your posts get liked or shared on social media, it’s by the same ten people who religiously follow you. If a potential client reaches out to you online it’s because they were actively seeking your services in your specific area. With social media, everyone is now a writer, a photographer, a comedian. The real artists are drowning in a sea full of other people. What makes the people who are most successful in their respective fields, whether writing, photography, music, crafting, etc., is their ability to stand out from the crowd. But how do you stand out? You create a community around yourself. As an artist, the best thing you can do is create a following that wants to share your work. But in order to find followers, you must first be a follower. This sounds strange, but in reality if you start seeking out a community with similar interests or talents, you will find people who are like you (or admire what you do). Then you offer your specific […]

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January 2016

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Social Media for Artists

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Websites and portfolios are all crucial parts to an artist’s online presence. Without them, they would have no landing page for all of their content, no way to share their content with other artists or potential clients. But these tools are totally useless if you don’t have a way to share them, right? You don’t have every possible like-minded person’s email address, so you can’t just send him or her your information. But you do have social media. This is essentially letting you put your website or portfolio out there into cyber space and sending it virtually to anywhere or anyone. There are so many platforms out there, but there are none that can beat “the classics.” Facebook  Where do you waste half of your day when you’re not working or creating? Facebook most likely. So does about one billion people in the world, which means you can reach a lot of people. Sharing your content with your friends and followers means they can share it with their friends and followers. Facebook is such a huge scale that you’re bound to connect with someone through your art. It also allows you to create your own page that people can view, […]

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January 2016

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Best Online Platforms for Musicians and Music Artists

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 Often when talking about art, we forget about music. Of course, music is an art too, and musicians and those who craft music (electronically or with an actual instrument) need as much of an online presence as other artists in order to get their work shared. There are tons of websites and programs that allow this to happen, but if you’re just starting out or not well known, a lot of things programs can drown out your content and prevent it from getting seen. For this reason, we’ve reviewed some of the best sites to get your music heard. YouTube  This one gets a big “Duh,” but YouTube is hands down the best way to create a portfolio and share your art in a visual and audio format. You can create your own channel, upload your video, and tag it properly so that when people search for content similar to your own they can actually find it. YouTube has made a lot of stars, and you’d be surprised what kind of success you can find there. SoundCloud  This website is great if you’re interested in just uploading audio of your music. This doesn’t allow video uploads, but it is a […]

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December 2015

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Best Online Portfolios for Writers

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 Writing, whether it’s for personal or professional use, is something that you can keep on your hard drive or external drive easily enough. You know where you store things; you know where you can find it. But what about other people? How will you get visibility (if you want it) if your work is just sitting on your hard drive, never to see the light of digital day? If you’re interested in putting your content online, where it may be found by others (whether they are just readers with similar interests or they are employers looking for your talents), there are tons of websites that let you do just that. There are so many websites, in fact, that it’s hard to tell which one you should use to get the most visibility. These are the platforms that we have found are the most useful for writers, regardless of their content. WordPress  WordPress is the site to beat in terms of visibility and functionality. Not only can you design a website that is a perfect reflection of your personality and content, but you can also be seen by so many WordPress users. By using frequent tags and sharing methods, you can […]

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December 2015

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The Magic of Tumblr

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 When Tumblr first started, it was with a slow rumble rather than a huge earthquake. However, Tumblr has continued to grow in size, traffic, and influence over the past few years, and is now one of the most popular websites visited everyday. The amazing thing about Tumblr is that it speaks across a number of mediums and art forms. As an artist, there are tons of platforms you can use online to promote, sell, and store your portfolio. But in reality, only the people who are actively seeking you, your art, or your genre will probably find you using those other mediums. On Tumblr, people follow artists and “figures” who promote your type of art, and much like Facebook, what they share and like will show up on thousands of feeds. This is one website that can make your work go viral within minutes, hours, or days. If you’re good, you’ll get seen and shared. However, there’s an art to using Tumblr in and of itself, so here are a few tips to get you started on using it to promote your work. Curate  The best thing about Tumblr is that it lets people access art and writing and photos […]

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December 2015

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Artists Need the Internet, Too

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 As an artist, you are often using many other mediums other than the Internet to express your craft. Paints and canvas, pen and paper (or Word), cloth and needles, and so on. However, there are plenty of ways to increase your craft using the Internet and software. There are also a ton of ways to make your art more accessible to people. After all, an artist wants to share his or her work with the world, right? Here are a few platforms that let you increase your exposure. For Writers: WordPress  One of the best parts about being a writer in the Digital Age is that things get posted online and can go “viral” within minutes. If you write well, your article/blog/book/etc. can be shared across many platforms, but one of the most popular platforms for this is WordPress. This allows people to access your work, whether you start a “portfolio” type website for potential clients, or a blog type website, where followers can see your new work on a daily or weekly basis. WordPress also lets people “follow” your page, giving them updates when you add something new. People can curate your work in their own little stash, or […]

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December 2015

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How to Make Money Online as an Artist

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 There are so many ways to make money online these days, but what if your skills are much more, well, tangible? If you’re an artist (painter, photographer, crafter, sculptor, whatever), you’re probably wondering how best to use the Internet to make a living. Luckily for you, being an artist in the Age of the Internet is a lot better than living in any time prior. There are so many tools you can use to help your art business get started. Here’s a list of ideas to get paid for your talents. Freelancing  Whether you’re a writer, illustrator, musician, etc., you can become a freelancer and fulfill a variety of clients’ needs for your specific skills. There are tons of platforms for this, but beware of fees that make it harder to make the full amount you need to get by. You can seek clients out, or let them come to you. This can lead to much steadier income with a handful of specific clients. Selling  Set up an online shop, whether on eBay, Etsy, or your own website. If you set up on your own site, you can definitely make more money as the other sites charge fees. However, they […]