Twitter Tweekly for October 6 2013

A carefully curated list of my most helpful, entertaining, and thought-provoking tweets from the past two weeks.

General Art & Biz

Why corporations should listen to artists when it comes to customer experience…

How an art consultant works… <You should follow this blog

Super post about trends in greeting card biz via @kateharpercards

Follow Alyson on TwitterLove this creative photo in Theresa Haberkorn’s newsletter. It’s for an invitation to her open studio. Perfect!…

Fear Giving a Price Quote? The art of the Deal Memo via @mariabrophy

Artist Mary Byrom tells how Twitter let to many opportunities for her… @freshairpaint

The @PublicityHound says you must claim Google Authorship. Very important! (intvw with my members yesterday)

1 of my Gold Mastermind members is making 100 paper weavings in 100 days. Follow along…

Finding an audience for your #art… via @TextileArtSite

8 ways to stretch your comfort zone…

Artist shares bad experience in artists’ booths… Agree?

Crusade for Collecting tour in a VW van fosters art conversation @ProArtistMag

#Artists Do you have responsibilities to the local and global community? Chime in here…

Sounds like @mattleblancart ‘s Fusion2013 was A-freakin-mazing. Congrats Matt!

#Artists share their inspiration @ProArtistMag @reneephillipsny

Q in my inbox: “Is it appropriate for me to ask my gallery to provide the names and addresses 0f those who have…


“Out of silence comes the greatest creativity” – @jaltucher

To get unstuck @AliBrown says to clean out your files. I believe her!

The MOST Important Time of Day for Entrepreneurs via @AliBrown… <Good stuff here

11 Habits that Will Make Your Life Simpler via @Zite

Writer’s log jam and how to break through – too many ideas | Write to Done… via @ThinkDevGrow

I Want to Know

Do you do limited editions of your #photography ?


Follow @abstanfield on Twitter for the most timely updates for growing your art business.



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