Do you want more traffic to your new art posts? Where do you submit your art posts after publishing?
Many artists work hard to write a blog post because they know that it is crucial to help build their business. After they had hit publish, they forget about the article almost as if it never existed.
Would you like more traffic?
Would you like to sell more art online?
There is still work to do after you publish a post.
In this article, I am going to share with you some places you should submit your new posts to help generate traffic.
Where To Submit Your Art Post After Publishing
Facebook Artist Page – Facebook is making it difficult for people to share links that bring people outside of Facebook. It reminds me of the Eagles song “Hotel California.” “You can check-out any time you like, but you can never leave.” Once you are logged into Facebook, Facebook wants you to stay. Even though Facebook does not share posts with links as much as other content, I believe it is still a good idea to share your posts on Facebook.
Twitter – Twitter is where people find real time news. I post to Twitter three times throughout the day with new posts. Once in the morning, once in the afternoon, and once in the evening to catch people that are on at different times.
LinkedIn- LinkedIn is a great place to share your new posts with other people in your niche.
Although these sites do not have the power they once had, it is still a good idea to share your posts on, Delicious, Digg, and StumbleUpon.
Make it Easy
Do you feel like you have too much to do already? Do you feel like you can not add another thing to your plate? The good news is that many tools can help you share your posts with your favorite sites once you hit publish.
I use IFTTT. It saves me so much time. You set up where you would like your post to be submitted after you have hit publish, and presto, you latest article is beeing seen by many eyes.
Do It Today
There are going to be things that you like to do and things that you would rather put off until the day that never comes. You do want to sell art, right? Write an art post then submit your art post after publishing. After all, you did spend a lot of time writing it, wouldn’t you like people to read it?
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