Have you considered disconnecting from your social media? Have you considered turning your smartphone off and putting it out of sight?
What if I told you if you did these two things, you would find more happiness and better health? I did it for 3 days and I found peace. Saying no to your social media and your constantly connected tech is actually a good thing. What’s better, disconnecting makes your creativity better.
Have you struggled to write quality content? Have you wondered where to start?
Writing good content isn’t easy. It’s a skill requiring time to learn. It takes practice.
But who has the time? Especially if you’re an artist, you want to spend your time creating. Not writing content.
Think of content marketing as a necessity that drives traffic to your site, gets potential leads and eventually gains conversions and customers. That’s great and all except you draw or paint. You don’t write.
You want the conversions and the customers to buy your art. But how do you write content?
Do you want to tell a story with your art? Or are you just trying to make a buck? If you’re just selling art to try to make some money, good luck. This post isn’t for you. But if you want an actual creative business, keep reading.
When I’m creating art, I’m really trying to tell a story that’s come to my mind.
Stories aren’t just for writers. Storytelling is as integral to the visual artist as it is for the aspiring novelist. But what’s even more important, is telling your story is key to your content marketing as an artist. Continue reading Selling Your Art Through Storytelling