As artists and creative people, it can be easy to forget why we began creating in the first place. It can so easily feel like you’re talking into the vacuum of space, posting all your hard work into a black hole. So how you do get noticed? I’m going to tell you how!
Making enough to survive as an artist is challenging, but not having a website is like shooting yourself in the foot with an arrow before your olympic 100m dash. You’re screwing yourself over.
Don’t be like this artist, implement these 5 tips I swear by to improve your online art presence!
Starting out — whether you’re an artist, writer, or any creator — having the right niche is the most important thing to think about. Once you find your niche everything will begin to fall into place and you’ll have a reference point for consistent decision making.
My art career started when I was a college drop-out and totally unemployed for almost 7 weeks. I had spent the previous 8 months jumping from job-to-job and nothing was working for me.