(Diane Troutman, Linda Billet, Alyson Stanfield, Christine Goldbeck, Elaine Brady Smith)
Day Two of Alyson Stanfield's Art Marketing Workshop through the PA Guild of Craftsman was excellent!!! So much excellent information that I have to take a few days to read over my notes in order to process it all. I feel like I have many decisions to make on what my next marketing move will be.
One of the biggest questions on my mind is whether or not to keep both a blog and website going at the same time. The question of time management is a big one for every artist and the less administrative management we have, the more time we have to spend in the studio.
I am pondering the possibility that maybe having just a blog is the way to go. It can be updated quickly, keep viewers informed, and connect to all social media easily. Why do I still need to keep a website? I don't update it as often as I should and it is seeming outdated to me more and more lately.
Any comments or thoughts on blogs vs. websites???
Last summer I went a lot to the beach, sun-baithing and I got a little spot on my skin. I really hope it is not melanoma because it would really suck. it looks horrible, http://www.skincancer-pictures.com ,see?