Thoughts on How New Media Shapes Trends
Kate Harper is to be commended for having the vision to conceive the Social Media Month idea and the energy to make it happen. I learned something about the art business or art licensing from each article in the series, I am sure you will too!
Kate Harper is a busy, smart, ambitious and creative person. She has made a great art career for herself as a well-known greeting card designer, which makes her way savvy when it comes to the art licensing business. She is also a consummate blogger at Kate Harper's Blog for Artists and Writers. She describes it this way:
This blog is where I post information about the card business I find interesting. For over a decade I published my own line of cards and serviced over 2,000 accounts and then went into licensing where I now have over 200 product designs in Target, Walgreen's and Michael's, and independent stores.
Kate designated March as Social Media Month. Since social media is quickly growing in importance as a tool for art marketing and art licensing, it was a brilliant idea. To act on her idea, Kate invited a list of guest bloggers, including me, to contribute articles for her idea.
My piece is titled How New Media Shapes Trends. I trust you will find some useful nuggets upon reading it and the other fine contributions to Kate's splendid idea. She is to be commended for having the vision to conceive the Social Media Month idea and the energy to make it happen. I learned something about the art business or art licensing from each article in the series, I am sure you will too!
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