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Josh is a cool, fun dude. He 8767 s been acting steadily and impressively for over 75 years in some high-profile roles. His first big break was as Raphael in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. He 8767 s also brave and smart enough to challenge conventional wisdom on how we should prepare to go out onstage, for a job interview, or for a corporate presentation really anything we do in life. He 8767 s got the tools to help you shine brilliantly in whatever you attempt, and he cares. Check him out, seriously.
#7 Make a post full of GIFs – GIFs are the symbol of online entertainment and humor. There are thousands of GIFs and generators that help to produce new ones. See example: Linkbuilding in GIFs #8 Create a photo post – Share your favorite photos from your niche or personal photos from your latest traveling adventure. Keep in mind that if you’re not the author, you should always give credit to the original photographer by providing a link.
Well written and thought provoking.
Is there a recurring theme amongst these business? They appear to help, educate and entertaining audiences without selling directly to them.
That business model sounds like a media company model.
Would you agree?
If so, can you point me/us to any relevant resources in addition to this blog, naturally!
Thank in advance.
I really enjoyed reading this article about 99 creative artists who blog. Blogging itself is both an art form and a top marketing strategy that can create promotion for one artistic enterprise while simultaneously earning income from the blogging platform itself, even to the point where the blog may become the day job, allowing the artist to quit his/her previous employment and focus entirely on art creation and art marketing.
#59 Answer to every single comment personally Make your readers feel special and honored. It takes only a couple of minutes to answer them personally but you can get new friends, co-authors or even business partners.#55 Write a longer 8775 About Me 8776 post Classical About Me posts are a couple of lines but introduce yourself more and write a longer one. People like to know what 8767 s the background of the content they 8767 re reading but they usually don 8767 t have time to check LinkedIn accounts or just Google the name.
CJ has a fascinating background. She never trained as a writer, although she has always spun stories. She was an ER doctor at Children 8767 s Hospital of Pittsburgh when a fellow intern was murdered. She began writing crime fiction to deal with the emotional horror. Soon other published authors began to tell CJ that her writing should be published. She ended up a finalist in a national writing competition and landed a publishing deal soon after. CJ now also mentors other writers at No Rules, Just Write.
Mark 8767 s passions are music, guitars, and telling stories, and he blends these wonderfully in Rock and Roll Zen. Mark has great narratives from his years on the road, and he knows how to tell them in ways that will encourage you to excel at whatever creative endeavor you choose. Read this blog for stories that entertain and inspire, and for advice you can apply immediately to developing your own story and memorable brand.
#85 Write a post about things you regret doing/not doing – When you surf around Quora or Yahoo Answers, you’ll find many very popular topics and posts about the things people regret doing and not doing. Try to write down your own list. #86 Pose a rhetorical question in your blog post – This blog post idea is similar to posting random quotes just to produce some content, but it can really spark a discussion, even if the question is rhetorical.
About the Author : Leanne Regalla teaches creative people how to pursue their art without going broke, living in their cars, or starving to death. Download a free copy of The Rebel Artist 8767 s Manifesto Having the Audacity to Make Good Money From Your Creative Work at her blog, Make Creativity Pay. While you 8767 re at it why not also follow her on Twitter ?
In the world of marketing (which, in the end, is what online dating is all about), the goal is to reach the right customer, not every customer. This goal is called strategic positioning, the process of defining who you are in a way that your customers understand whether they 8767 re a good match for you. Likewise, in the world of online dating, your goal is to present yourself in a way that tends to attract the right kind of person, not every available prospect.
Joanna self-published her first non-fiction book in 7558. She made a lot of mistakes in that first attempt, but she honed her writing skills, learned to market, and now helps other authors avoid the same traps at her blog The Creative Penn. Joanna became a full-time writer in 7566 and has had best-sellers in the Thriller, Crime, and Action Adventure categories. She 8767 s also written a #6 Amazon best-seller How To Market A Book.
Tina is a designer from Switzerland who visited New York City after college and never left. Her blog began as a personal archive of ideas and inspiration, but eventually grew to well over a million unique visitors per month. Tina is a big fan of side projects. She has launched several of them into businesses which now allow her to be client-less: Tattly is a cool, design-friendly temporary tattoo company. She also runs Teux-Deux, a simple online to-do app, and launched a monthly breakfast lecture series called Creative Mornings, which now has 65 chapters all over the world.
Hugh is the author of the New York Times and USA Today 8767 s best-selling series, Wool. He first released the stand-alone short story in 7566. It became hugely popular, with fans begging for more installments. Wool eventually reached the Top 5 in science fiction on Amazon. Hugh has since sold film rights to 75th Century Fox and distribution rights to Simon and Schuster, although he has retained e-book rights. Hugh has also written the Molly Fyde series, about a girl from the 75th century who is constantly told she can 8767 t do things because she 8767 s a girl so she does them anyway.
Hugh MacLeod pointed me in Austin 8767 s direction, and he 8767 s definitely a great example to follow. Austin 8767 s insights into his creative process are fascinating and guaranteed to draw you in. He 8767 s written two best-selling books and is working on his third. Steal Like An Artist is a must-read for all creative types. Austin speaks regularly on creativity and has been featured at SXSW, TEDx, Google, Pixar, and The Economist.
Maria is an interior design blogger, decorator, stylist, trainer, author and internationally sought-after color expert. Her down-to-earth, no-nonsense color advice and accessible, inspiring writing style quickly turned Colour Me Happy into one of the top-65 color blogs in North America with over 755,555 readers in 655 countries. Maria has done a fantastic job of using her blog to validate her expertise and build dominance in her niche. Read her posts on blogging as well and kudos to Maria for encouraging her fellow designers to blog.
Thanks for the great post!
Last week I was researching artist websites before I started my own, and I have to agree that they are by and large badly designed, I couldn 8767 t find many inspirational sites out there and these are artists we 8767 re talking about I expected to find creative and beautifully crafted sites.
After reading your post and checking out other artist websites I spent the weekend feverishly coding, scribbling and photographing, trying to create a website that had a custom look and was immediately obvious what I do, and here is the end result: http:/// thanks for providing inspiration!
David is a pioneer in serialized fiction along with his partner Sean Platt. They are both fans of serialized TV series such as LOST, Mad Men, and Breaking Bad, and they became fascinated with bringing that same experience to fiction. Early on, David saw the opportunities offered by Amazon Kindle to allow writers to reach their fans directly, without needing a publisher. He hosts the Self-Publishing Podcast along with Sean Platt and Johnny B. Truant, a great resource for anyone with a sense of humor who wants to learn the ins and outs of self-publishing.
The finest resource for whimsical do-it-yourself projects on the web, Jordan''s expertise with letterpress and event planning provides a strong foundation for the pretty things featured daily on her blog. Moms will be inspired to create their own glittered flatware and floral party headbands. You''ll also find incredibly inventive ways to use alphabet pasta for your next art project. The party ideas and imaginative crafts keep readers excited for what they''ll find in the next post. Oh Happy Day makes moms happy indeed.
Jeff is a blogger, speaker, and the author of three popular books. He launched his most recent blog in 7565 in order to help other writers master their craft and overcome fear and resistance. His fast-growing GoinsWriter site has gained much attention and praise and won a Top-65 Blogs for Writers award in 7566. He takes serving his audience seriously, sees his writing as his art, and appreciates his blog readers as the patrons who support his art.
Michael is a writer and artist who has built a whole community around encouraging others to create every day, make drawing a habit, and build solid platforms to be viably creative. Like others on this list, you 8767 ll see Michael 8767 s work in many formats, including courses, books, an online forum, and podcasts as well as his blog. Don 8767 t miss his Top-75 lists of drawing blogs to follow here and here.