Read Your Feeds

Tip for Today:
Go visit your social media sites and look at your feeds. Are they solid FAA link posts or do you have other info in there as well.

Do you feel engaged by your content or are you bored by it. I was really surprised one day after posting a bunch of stuff, to go and read my Twitter feed, and be really turned off by it. Make sure you think about what you are sharing and the message you want to convey when you share online.

Inspirational quotes, photography/painting advice tips/tricks, what interests you personally that you would like to share with the world. What influences your artistic visions, What is your favorite color and why, showcase work in that color……

Social Media followers like to be engaged with you as a person and not just your work πŸ™‚

Early Morning Magic

One Response to “Read Your Feeds”

  1. Yes Omaste… after reading different people I am following on Twitter I realized that I sure don’t want to just have people “advertise” themselves… I zone out and skip over them. Why would I want to be skipped over? Twitter especially since it isn’t a visual thing at first read… So when I’m looking at my feed on my iPhone, I won’t follow the link unless I read something tantalizing. Just my 2 cents. – Meghan at FireBonnet Designs

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