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How to Use Social Media to Promote and Sell Your Art
Live Event (online)
Young female artist using tablet in art studio
Date & Time: February 22, 2023, 10:00am MST
Cost: $0.00
Duration: 60 minutes Language: English Register Now
About the event

If you're an artist trying to determine which social media platform is best for your business; this is the workshop for you! Are you using social media already, but feel like you're not getting enough exposure, leads or sales? All of these topics and more will be covered by our art and marketing expert, Carol Booton! Let Carol help you focus on the platforms that are best for your business so you aren't wasting time on the ones that aren't working.

Topics Carol will discuss:

  • What is social media?
  • How do artists use social media to sell art?
  • How do you choose which social media platforms to use?
  • How do you create a social media strategy to sell art?
  • How do you build an art brand?
  • What is Google My Business?
  • What are some Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube tips?
  • What are some obstacles to using social media?
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About the presenters
Carol Booton
Carol Booton
Carol Booton has been a volunteer SCORE mentor since 2019. Like many artists, she has multiple creative interests. She is a writer, editor, researcher, publisher, book designer, teacher, artist, illustrator, and blogger.
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