social media is dying but that won’t stop me from connecting with you.
Doesn’t it suck to follow someone on social media only to never see their content? Isn’t it such a pain in the ass when your favorite brand has a sale, and you missed out because you didn’t see the post till 3 days later? Yea it’s a kick in the balls and I fucking hate it.
My newsletter is the only platform that I can be myself on. I like to curse, smoke weed, and make art that is just getting too riskay for platforms like Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. So I’m creating my own community filled with people just like you that want to see more content from me untouched by algorithms or ads.
I want to show you everything completely uncensored on topics like body positivity, mental health, and cannabis. To share my experience being a creative, so I can help others make a living from their passion. Not to mention all the sick ass discounts you’ll get that the rest of the internet won’t know about.
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Helping artists make money and not loose their shit trying to figure it out.
Static images of your art aren’t always the best option when it comes to presenting your work online. Sometimes people need to see your work used in context using mockups so they can fully understand what you offer and what to hire you for.
We need to rethink social media because it is starting to betray us. We put all of our anxiety, hard work, and personal information out there just for it to be deleted without warning, or simply ignored because the algorithm didn't think it was good enough.
It can be hard to go full-time freelance, but working for exposure in my experience has never resulted in more clients, more money, or much of anything at all really but a waste of time. So why do so many artists do it?
Let’s get more organized together by looking back at what worked in 2018 to hone in on a strategy for the future. Let’s actually plan our marketing, passion projects, and client work early, so we can set ourselves up for success in 2019 as a full-time artist.