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Monday’s Featured Quote

“When you ask creative people how they did something,
they feel a little guilty because they didn’t really do it,
they just saw something.”

~ Steve Jobs

John Currie, Steadfast

www.JohnCurrieFineArt.com

 
 

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Case Study Part 3: Tips – Showing-Up Consistently ~ It Works!

By guest artist Carol McIntyre

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Last week, in Part 2, I shared two recent success stories that were a direct result of my social media presence.

In this last part of the “Showing-Up Consistently ~ It Works!” series of blog posts, I’d like to share a few tips I’ve discovered along the way.

Consistency + Images + Articles

I do not live by a schedule. However, I aim to consistently post at least 5-8 times a week – sometimes more, sometimes less.

In addition to my images, I also post relevant articles. Interestingly, people have told me that they

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Case Study Part 2: Success Stories – Showing-Up Consistently ~ It Works!

By guest artist Carol McIntyre

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In the First Part of this three-part blog series, I talked about how building relationships through the various platforms and connections in the social media world, as ambiguous as that world might feel, builds trust with our future buyers and collectors.

I’d even go so far as to say that building relationships is the key benefit of social media where its various platforms allows us to develop connections that can lead to unforeseen opportunities.

People – Fans –Follow Us That We Are Not Aware Of

Have you ever been somewhere socially and someone comes up to you and starts talking about your work or latest activity because they have seen your

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Case Study Part 1: Showing-Up Consistently ~ It Works!

By guest artist Carol McIntyre

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In today’s cyber space artists around the wide post thousands of their images on various social media platforms, never knowing if it matters or if it is working.

Like a flock of birds in flight, our artwork images fly into never-never land. We don’t know where they land. We can see how many ‘likes’ and ‘shares’ and ‘pins,’ etc., occur, but are these people the only ones that see our images? Also, given the number of

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