It used to be that the only way artists knew to promote their art was to send 35-millimeter slide packets to a gallery. That was about $30 worth of slides with first-class postage and a return envelope with the same amount of postage.
It was expensive, and the packets often disappeared into the ether. Lots of money down the drain, and artists complained.
Now you can instantly promote your art through any number of online portals – for FREE!
Artists continue to complain because now there are too many options. You could spend all of your time online promoting your art instead of making it. Bad idea.
You’re an artist, and artists make art. Without the art, you have nothing to promote and no way to earn income from your art.
Instead of wasting a lot of time online, learn to spend your time wisely so that your efforts are rewarded and not squandered. Dedicate your online time to creating the most valuable content you can possibly share with your admirers.
Quality over quantity.
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