As I wrote last week, you could waste a lot of time online if you’re not paying attention.
Let’s look at this subject a little closer so that we’re not just looking at where you’re wasting time, but at how you’re harming your art career goals.
My friend, Cynthia, calls them content crimes. Nobody is going to throw you in jail for committing these transgressions, but you might check yourself into rehab when you decide to do something about it.
Here are the top 4 content crimes you might be committing.
Content Crime #1: You’re inconsistent.
You sent a newsletter for a few months and then nothing. Nada. The big zippo.
You tried blogging for a while … um … whenever you felt like it.
You heard that artists were selling art from Facebook, so you built a business page and put a few pictures up. It’s just not working for me, you claimed. Waste of time.
If you are truly excited about your art, you’ll share it repeatedly, even if you think nobody is listening, because you believe in yourself. You don’t give up.
If you do give up, I’m led to believe …