Do you have a Twitter account to promote your art and drive traffic to your website? The common adage is that unless you have one thousand or more Twitter followers you are not in the Twitter game and no one takes you seriously on Twitter!
When I find a Twitter account with very few followers I know that it is either a new account or inactive. What is your Twitter account telling others about you? The more followers you have the more others will want to follow you. Twitter people want to follow active accounts with thousands of followers.
My Twitter account @Artozon (Artists On Amazon) has 6,910 followers. From my @Artozon account I regularly Tweet news about the art available in my Transmedia Artist Amazon Pro Store.
I have other Twitter accounts too. From my @TransArtGuide Twitter account (which currently has 5,595 followers) I Tweet ebook news, links to my published articles on artists, arts business and artist news.
Both my @Artozon and @TransArtGuide Twitter accounts have thousands of followers. I can get thousands of Twitter followers for your Twitter account too. I offer Twitter account management to visual artists and arts professionals. I set up an account for you and keep it active with daily tweets at key times, adding new followers daily, send out Tweets about you, your art, your news, to increase your online presence and visibility. I get hundreds of new followers for you each week–read the details here.
Currently, I manage two Twitter accounts for artists. One account has over 4,000 followers and one has 5,237 followers. Tomorrow they will both have dozens more following them.
Since I spend a couple of hours on Twitter every day, at every opportunity I visit follower’s Twitter profiles to discover new sites. Here are two I found this week that may be of interest to you:
The Entry Thingy lists many small town USA arts events call for submissions. If you look down the list you will also find New York, Miami and other large city opportunities. In the list I encountered this San Francisco Flat File opportunity.
The new, still in Beta testing, Graduate Showcase is a free art student site for listing art and connecting with opportunities.