Are you using Twitter for your art business? If you have never used Twitter might be time to give to give it a try and build your audience. With Twitter’s new updates it is now easier for you to share your art brand with Twitter.
Twitter is well known for real-time marketing and now allows you to insert images and videos. Your latest artwork can now be viewed in real-time. This is a very valuable tool for the artist.
Share your Art Brand with Twitter
Your profile should be consistent with your blog, website and other social network sites that you are using. Being consistent with all of the mediums that you are using will help people identify your business and will also build their trust.
Your username should be your artist business name. Your username will appear next to all of your tweets helping you build your brand.
You can add a headshot image of you for your profile image that will also appear next to each tweet that you post. People like to see the person behind the artwork that they are following. The more that your followers get to know you as a person the more you will build their trust.
You can add your artist blog or artist website in your twitter account profile. When someone visits your Twitter page they will be able to click on a link and be redirected to a destination of your choice. This is just another way you can share your art brand with Twitter.
Promote any sale that you are offering with an image of the artwork and a price. Add a link to where they will be able to purchase the sale item. Make it clear how long the sale is and how many you are offering at that price.
More Ways to Share Your Art Brand
They say that pictures are worth a thousand words. Insert an image with every tweet. You can show your finished artwork with a link to where they can purchase it.
People like to watch art in progress. I have a large following that look forward to seeing my daily drawing progress.
Share your latest blog posts. Add an image and a saying that will intrigue your audience to click on the link that you have provided.
Share the latest news about your art business. Tell them if you are offering a class, entering a competition, or a place where you might be selling your art.
Share your favorite quotes. People love to be inspired. Give them something positive to think about during their day.
There are so many ways you can share your art brand with Twitter. Your main goal for using Twitter or any social media network should be to drive traffic to your blog and website. Learning the ins and outs of Twitter will help you build a strong following for your art business.
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