A blog is an excellent tool for sharing your artwork, building a community, growing your art business, and strengthening your brand. However, a poorly done blog can be worse than no blog at all, says artist and cyber-savvy blogger Julie Fei-Fan Balzer.
|Register now for Building a Better Blog for Artists.|
In Building a Better Blog for Artists, our latest Cloth Paper Scissors webinar, Julie will guide you through the blogosphere and outline the best practices for running an art blog. Building a Better Blog for Artists will be hosted on Thursday, April 25, 2013, from 2-3 p.m. Eastern Time.
Julie knows how to juggle being an artist with managing not just her blog, but multiple social properties including Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram.
When it comes to creating and maintaining a successful blog, says Julie, "There is no one-size-fits-all solution. So much of building a better blog depends on your goals, your comfort level with public sharing, and the amount of time you are willing to dedicate to the blog."
In this webinar Julie will guide you through:
- Determining realistic and achievable goals for your blog.
- The baby steps you can take to work towards larger goals.
- Tips & Tricks for making blogging work for your lifestyle and/or your business.
- Finding an audience for your blog (and keeping those people coming back for more).
This is your chance to not only learn from Julie's experience, but also interact with her and ask her all your burning questions. We'll also be live tweeting throughout the webinar using the hashtag #betterblog.
Sign up now to register and participate in this valuable webinar. Note: everyone who registers for Building a Better Blog for Artists will receive a link to the webinar recording as well as a coupon code for a 15% discount on Julie's Interweave products in the Cloth Paper Scissors Shop.
More about Julie:
|Julie Fei-Fan Balzer|
Julie Fei-Fan Balzer is a painter and mixed-media artist. She currently authors the "Adventures in Arting" column in Cloth Paper Scissors magazine, hosts a bi-monthly podcast by the same name, and is the host of Scrapbook Soup TV on PBS. She teaches art classes around the world as well as online and through hour-long instructional DVDs, including Collage Fast & Furious, All About Faces, and Stamp-Making Adventures.
Julie also designs products such as stamps and stencils for the craft industry and consults on product development. Her book, Carve Stamp Play will be released by Interweave Press this Fall and will teach at the CREATE Retreat in New Jersey this summer. Julie lives in a tiny apartment with a big art studio in the middle of New York City.
Julie's blog: http://balzerdesigns.typepad.com
Sign up now for Building a Better Blog for Artists so you don't miss out. Julie's tips, tricks, and insights will give you the confidence to run your own art blog or improve the one you have.