Creatively Borrowing Eclectic Link Karma #1
Art Marketing Mastery Workshop
Here is an eclectic list of links to inspire, inform and entertain you.
With apologies and admiration, I creatively borrow the Link Karma concept popularized by uber blogger, Brian Clark. He publishes the widely read and wildly popular Copy Blogger blog. If you haven’t yet availed yourself of his offerings, here is a perfect example of why you should: Ernest Hemingway’s Top 5 Tips for Writing Well.
Please enjoy the following eclectic list of links presented to inspire, inform and entertain you:
♦ Heifer International – Ending Hunger, Caring for the Earth: Ten Things You Can Do Today to End World Hunger
♦ With his Art Business Thoughts blog, Myron Arndt continues to provide invaluable insights from a successful art publisher’s unique perspective. Here is one of his latest posts: Reproduction Glut and On-Demand.
♦ There once was a fellow from Sarasota
A retired art rep who always made quota
Now he produces podcasts
Full of wit and wisdom so fast
So his eager students miss not one iota — for my friend, Dick Harrison, who shares his invaluable experiences and limericks (I trust he won’t find the above too lame.) through his Sales Tips for Artists blog and podcasts. His latest missive is: Skills that Will Help You Sell Yourself and Your Art
♦ Clint Watson’s Fine Art Views blog is one of the best online resources for visual artists. This recent post clearly shows why: Life and Art, Recursively
♦ The inimitable Art Biz Coach, Alyson Stanfield, who adds so much to the community of visual artists, generously provides a FREE 9-week program for setting up an Art Marketing Salon in your area. It’s a terrific concept and a thorough program. Go ahead, get involved and make difference in your community.
♦ Art.com offers this fun program to bring out the inner artist in anyone. Careful, it can be addicting. Is there something you can do to create an interactive experience for your site visitors?
♦ Last, but far from least, The Positivity Blog, which I heartily recommend regular reading, provides: Mark Twain’s Top 9 Tips for Living a Kick-Ass Life