[GUIDE] How to Use a Blog To Show Off Your Creative Work

getreadersblogguideWhen it comes to blogging, nothing is ever easy.

Creative people who are blogging as a way to show off their work have it even harder.

You can upload as many art pieces and short stories as you want, but it seems almost impossible to get the kind of traffic you want.

In many cases, your pieces may get no traffic at all.

So, let’s fix that.

Over my hefty Christmas vacation, I created a guide called Periphery Marketing: How creative people can use a blog to show off their work.

It’s specifically made for:

  • Writers
  • Artists
  • Photographers
  • Musicians
  • Set designers
  • Anyone else who doesn’t have a traditional product or service to talk about on their blog

Topics include:

  • How to use SEO
  • How to use blog posts to get new fans for your work
  • Web-building platforms for creative people
  • Lots of other great stuff!

The best part?

It’s free.

The only thing you need to give is your email address, which will automatically sign you up for The Creative Brief, my monthly newsletter about creative people who are promoting their work using online marketing: news about ebooks, technology trends, etc.

And you can unsubscribe from it at any time, so it’s basically free.

This guide is a bit of an experiment. I want to know if you find it helpful or not, and what other questions you have about online marketing going forward.

Download the guide to effective blogging and get started today!

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