Being creative and being a salesperson don’t always go together. While some artists are masters of the art of promoting their own work, others are masters of drowning in a pool of loneliness, misery, and doubt. But you don’t have to belong to the second camp. Self-promotion seems terrifying and uncomfortable, but it really doesn’t have to be that way. If you break it down to its basic components, it’s relatively easy to see results…and honestly, kind of fun. That’s why we came up with this four part series on how be a better self-promoter. If you follow these
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Creating a mission statement, setting up social media accounts, and more ways to begin your travel down the road to glorious success. (Read the full post)
Embrace the fact that humans (and customers/fans) are innately curious beings…and satisfy that curiosity by teasing, showing off your workspace, and more. (Read the full post)
Everybody loves being part of something. So let your fans get involved with your creative process. (Read the full post)
A simple “THANKS” can go a long, long way. (Read the full post)
Do you have tips for how to be a better self-promoter? Share them in the comments.
[Header Image: “Hopes and Dreams” by Noukka Signe]