A reader’s question…
Also, use a scheduler and write your posts out ahead of time. That way you can just swoop in, post and get out of there before the emotional fatigue sets in.
I agree 100% with your answer. Some illustrators around me find social media really difficult. Their main issue is that they questioned how people can post new artwork as often (when do they find the time) and they were struggling with the time consuming. I realize recently they find it difficult because they were there "because they had too". They were seing social media almost only as a way to get new gigs rather than a way to connect. They were just thinking about posting daily rather than what to post and what to offer. When I first began using social media, I was obsessing about posting regularly and get seen. Recently, I stopped worrying about this and began to have fun connecting with fellow illustrators.
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Great advice! Adam do you also have a blog? If not, why did you chose a newsletter? What is the biggest difference when it comes to reach and creating value between a blog and a newsletter? I am not there yet, but I am thinking a lot about it…
Such wise guidance!