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Growth hacking for artists: 5 steps that you urge to know to turn your social image in a professional one

Improve your social image to get new buyers.

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Growth hacking is one of the newest sciences of our times and for this reason this is also a “technical” topic.
How Can I Promote My Art Online?
This is the question that artists ask themselves most frequently. I’m talking about the ability to know how to value one’s work to promote and create interest around it and attract other people
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Growth hacking for artists: How can you sell yourself?

Some have already started to sell some works, others are only at the beginning of their path. All of them, however, have the same need: to find a way to promote their art online effectively. For this reason Growth Hacking is naturally born.At first it might seem trivial: Are you a good artist? Are your works beautiful? Then all you have to do is publish them online, someone will buy them for sure! Unfortunately, it doesn’t work like that: those who take this approach don’t know the world of online marketing.In fact, the internet is a medium, not the solution of the issue of our problems.Although studying the laws of online marketing and promotion could seem boring, it is necessary for your self-promoting. That’s why today we want to give you the 5 basic rules to promote your works online: they are simple but effective principles to take the right path and create your audience of admirers – and potential customers – online. Read these rules, learn them and put them into practice by now!

1 – Promote Your Art Starting From A Good Marketing Plan

“Who is your ideal audience?”
Yes, we already know that “Marketing plan” is one of that concepts you really don’t want to hear. But don’t worry: we’re not talking about something particularly scary or too boring. You don’t need a complex digital plan: all you need to do is decide what you’re going to do to promote your art online, selecting the channels you’re going to use and setting deadlines. Nothing terrible, right? To get started, you have to ask some basic questions to yourself. Who is your ideal audience? (Who is potentially interested in your work?) What are your medium-term goals, and what are your long-term goals? Give realistic answers to these questions, and then keep reading…

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