Artists: Ever feel like you don’t have anything to say on social media?
|You’re overwhelmed by all of the places you’re expected to be online|
|You’re confused about which social media channel would work best for you|
|You can’t imagine why anyone would read what you write|
|You’re afraid of becoming a nuisance to people who are following you|
|You find it difficult to set boundaries around your time – promoting on email and social media can be a time-suck
I can help!
I’ve cooked up something for the summer that will help you
expand your reputation, gain confidence,
and have fun with your marketing.
serious with your online marketing while having fun with the process.
In this program I will teach you create compelling and consistent content with the tools you already have in place – from social media to newsletters and blogs.
The focus is on YOU creating new content (ideas!) and having the time, space, and support to do that.
I will give you guidance, but will not offer how-to instructions for using a platform. You need to know how to use each platform that you choose (be it Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, etc.) before class begins.
|Have dedicated time to do the work.|
|Breathe a sigh of relief because, by the end of class, you will have at least 100 fully-formed ideas for your blog, newsletter, and social media updates.|
|Be confident that you add value to your collectors, supporters, and followers.|
|Feel less alone as you connect with other artists who have the same struggles with content.|
|Increase your visibility and remain top-of-mind to your followers.
I suggest having 3 items in place before registering:
A blog OR newsletter
Facebook OR LinkedIn account
1 of the following accounts: Twitter OR Instagram OR Pinterest OR YouTube
Begins June 17
(Payment plan available.)
|How Content Camp runs …|
6 Creative Content Lessons
Lessons are delivered pre-recorded on Fridays so that you can watch at your leisure. A written summary is included. You’ll want to watch the lessons soon so that you can start implementing the ideas.
“Worksheets and assignments” just didn’t seem right for a summer camp. Instead we’ll have weekly activities and challenges. You’ll be creating content as we go along, not just gathering information. This means you’ll get live feedback from your fellow campers whenever you want it.
Wouldn’t it be awful to go off to camp and not get any mail from home? We won’t let that happen to you! My team and I send you messages with inspiration or motivation twice a week to keep you focused on the activities you invested in.
Connect with your fellow campers in a private Facebook group. Share insights, questions, ask for feedback, and give feedback. Make new friends!
Quick-Start Treasure Map
Forget that class begins on June 17. If you sign up before then, you’re probably ready to get started right now. Our class map will be sent to you the week before class begins and start pointing you in the right direction.
7 Ask Anything Q&A Calls
After you’ve had time to digest your lessons and start implementing the ideas, you might have questions. We will have weekly Q&A calls so you can ask me anything you want about the activities and your direction forward. These are scheduled at a variety of times so that everyone can at least make one or two of them. You may submit questions in advance if you can’t be on the live call.
You have access to the lessons for as long as they are online and you’ll receive a few nudges before they are removed – if ever. By then, you will have long graduated and your career will be outta this world.
I selected 3 of my juiciest audio programs – usually available only to Art Biz Incubator members – to support and reinforce the content of the lessons. Content Campers receive these expert interviews + transcripts:
- How to Promote Your Art Through Video with Daniel Foster
- How to Use Pinterest to Expand Your Art Business with Beth Hayden
- Stress-Free Blogging with Cynthia Morris
Begins June 17
(Payment plan available.)