Thank to all who tuned in for our podcast on the ins and outs of blogging (for artists). The discussion was interesting and it’s an important and expansive topic. If you didn’t get a chance to watch live, or if you would just like to see the broadcast again, the recording is available below. Click on the image to watch.
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RedDot Podcast | Blogging For Artists
Some of the resources and websites mentioned in the broadcast:
Hootsuite.com (for social media)
http://x.co/blogtopics – Barney Davey “52 Blog Topics for Artists”
http://www.squidoo.com/blogging-for-artists – Katherine Tyrrell’s Squidoo has excellent resources in it
http://www.finearttips.com/2011/03/should-artists-have-their-own-blogs/ -Lori McNee “Should Artists Have Their Own Blog”
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