Overcome Social Media Paralysis with This Brand New Guide for Creative People!
Does this describe you?
You’re passionate about your art. You know there are people out there who would truly enjoy your creative work — and even pay you for it — if they only knew about you.
You also know the solution to reaching those elusive customers and fans is getting on friendly terms with marketing and promoting your craft.
And these days, being active on social media is a big part of that!
But you’ve been reluctant.
No matter how much you try, it feels spammy or not authentic. Or you haven’t been able to stick with a consistent schedule of sharing your creativity online.
If this describes you, don’t feel bad. You’re not alone.
Most musicians, writers, visual artists, and creative entrepreneurs face the same hurdles.
That’s why I recently led a program called the 30-Day Share Your Creativity Challenge.
A couple dozen musicians, writers, and artists committed to posting something related to their art on Facebook (or the social platform of their choice) for 30 days in a row.
Every day I sent out a detailed prompt — an idea they could use to share something in an easy, engaging way.
It was amazing to witness the breakthroughs participants had as they went through the process.
I’ve taken all of the social media sharing ideas from that program and compiled them into a powerful resource called “Social Media for Artists, Authors, and Creative Entrepreneurs.”
I had two goals when I created this 73-page ebook:
- To help people like you develop a new habit muscle of consistent sharing
- And, to give you a wide variety of ways to share that keeps things fresh for you and your followers
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Here’s the thing …
The most successful artists share their work online all the time! And they do it authentically, in a way that endears them to their fans.
That’s exactly what I’ve done for decades to spread my message and maintain my self-employed status as an author, musician, creativity coach, improv comedy actor, and successful YouTuber.
And … it’s worked out pretty well. The last time I had a day job was 2004.
Over the decades I’ve also interviewed hundreds of successful people in a variety of creative fields. And through that research I’ve noticed some fundamental patterns.
One of the big success traits is being open and eager to share your creative work with people who will enjoy it.
But doing that on social media doesn’t come naturally for many people (like you perhaps?).
But you can learn to get on comfortable terms with it!
The sad truth …
If you are not currently sharing your music, words, or art on a regular basis, you’re probably not attracting fans and building your career at a pace you’re happy with.
Get Social Media for Artists, Authors, and Creative Entrepreneurs today and you’ll never be frustrated about what to post and share online again.
People paid $97.00 to participate in the original 30-day program.
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To your success in the arts!