Twitter Tweekly for March 10 2013

Here we go again!

The cream of my Twitter stream for the last two weeks – all in one place for your reading pleasure.

Art Biz Nuggets

Never send your main message in an email attachment. Attachments should only be bonus info.

@abstanfield on TwitterThinking about why 1 artist sells better than another – insightful comments in this post

Is your art business legally registered as such? (Do it!)

Loving @christinecashen no-marketing intvw w/ @RebeccaMorgan <for speakers, teachers, presenters

Love the name of this open studio tour: Drive*Buy* !

Artists, Create Your Own Smartphone App!: – via @ArtsyShark

Services for artists – new to you, but not to others Tell Rose I sent you

Oprah’s Harpo Foundation Announces Individual Artist Grants take a look! (You can apply)

From my masterminding this week, I am going home with many must-read book recommendations. Here is what was…

Art Inspiration

This is must-read, must-watch. It will move you deeply. “This is one of the most beautiful moments I have ever…

Amanda Palmer: The art of asking #TED

Art Enlightenment

Arts students rack up the most college debt WSJ

Art prof explores the prep of her students for life.…

If near NC or can get there, should look into this wkshp on critique in June

Social Media

MT @UniqueThink: how people are reading emails on mobile devices!…

Blog-posting schedules via @TheSalesLion Some things to consider

Sure! List your social media links on your biz card. But don’t overwhelm @ArteceraFineArt

If you’ve done a good job linking inside of your sm sites, visitors will find you elsewhere @ArteceraFineArt

25 Terrible Things You Should Never Include In Your Twitter Bio Good advice

Maybe Art, Maybe Not, But Fun

I keep going back to look at these amazing clouds in New Zealand…

Hilarious and too true video abt procrastination.…

Extreme Art Tailgating. What’ll they think of next?

A Museum Café That Offers Edible Versions Of Famous Artworks via @Zite


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