I love this 7 day online conference to help artists with the development of their art career. I took it last February and I learned so much! At first when I read about it and how much it cost, I loved the info I would learn but I wasn’t sure if I wanted to spend the $. But then G. asked me how much I had in my marketing budget and how much I allowed for such things such as classes and professional seminars etc. I actually hadn’t thought of that! I realized my marketing plan and budget wasn’t really as thought out and planned as I thought!
It was another good reason to take the telesummit as there was going to be a speaker talking about marketing plans. Last time, I learned all about social networking, creating a Twitter account, a Fan page on Facebook, putting together and writing a marketing plan, taking professional photos and creating a great portfolio, new ideas for my website and selling my art, plus more. I thought it was well worth the money cause there were all kinds of bonus things included too. Plus I love the idea that all the information is downloadable and I can go back at any time and re-listen to the information. So this time, when the smARTist newsletter announced the dates for the 2010 Telesummit for January I knew I would take it again! And I know I will learn lots and be inspired at the same time!
This year there will be speakers on art licensing, using Twitter effectively, giving workshops abroad, writing for ezines, bios and blogs, how to know if a gallery is right for your work, selling art prints, organizing and more.
Like last year, you can sign up for it and pay in installments. That can help your budget. It helped me last year to decide to go for it. Spreading the payments out made it work for me so I could take it. Click on the below image to sign up for the conference or just learn more about it.
If you sign up for it, I hope you get out of it as much as I did and hope to again!
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Wishing you creative abundance,