Twitter Tweekly for February 9 2014

This Tweekly seems particularly juicy – my best tweets from the past two weeks.

Take Two – Preparing for Baltimore < big show insight fr @lisacall

A little gem about shipping/insuring #art internationally in this…

Fun! @amanthat studio makeover… also very impressive

Follow Alyson on TwitterShore up your boundaries for creatives… via @originalimpulse

online sales for the high$ art world make up just 1.6% of all sales… via @ArtTactic

9 Amazing Artists to Follow on Twitter

You are not your art…

RT @ArtsyShark: Why Bitcoin Is Good for the Art World via @barneydavey

Fantastic marketing board for artists by @craftedweb… My name is on there but she’s doing all the work!

Why you’re not selling any art via @bmoreart1…

10 Creative Rituals You Should Steal via @99u

20 Things That Mentally Strong People Don’t Do… via @EliteDaily

Report on Fair Use in the visual arts fr @collegeart…

A plea for all makers and instructors about © and copying/inspiration via @HarrieteE…


Surround yourself with smart people says @chrisbrogan… I agree!

You Only Need Three Words to manage your time better

Forget Productivity Apps: What Time Do You Wake Up?

When in doubt, make a list via @ThisIsSethsBlog

You can’t control everything, but you can control how you react and the action you take.

Pros and cons of press releases vs. pitches… Super post fr @PublicityHound

43 Powerful and Easy to Use WordPress Plugins You Should Consider Trying

Increase your opt-in… via @patrick_conley

3 Ways to Use Google+ to Increase Search Rankings

2 Things I Tweeted That Need Your Feedback

I’d love your help with these.

We seriously need a willing soul to do an update post re artist inventory/contacts software. Anyone?

Best #art inventory program for prints and editions?#artists


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



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