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3 Unusual Ways to Make Your Art More Attractive to New Fans


5 Benefits of Undertaking a Blog Challenge  --Blooming Prejippie Zine

This post very loosely accompanies Gab & Jam Episode Ep 139

3 Unusual Ways to Make Your Art More Attractive to New Fans

(video: https://bit.ly/Ep139sellartvid and podcast: https://bit.ly/Ep139sellartpod)

Great art sells itself???? 🧐

Does “Great art sells itself”? This supposes that the artist doesn’t need to worry about anything but creating damn good work.

If you know ANYTHING about us, you will realize that we can’t afford to think that way, if we want to start seeing our vision for our creative future come to life. If we want to impact more people by letting them discover our music, then we have to do MORE than simply work on creating “good art”—the very term alone is problematic (but that’s a topic for another show). Instead, as D.I.Y. Rock Stars, it is our job to work the plan of getting our work into the hands and heads and ears to as many people on this planet as possible. That’s why Andy J. Pizza’s “Creative Pep Talk” Podcast, Episode 284 caught my attention. In it, he lists 3 unusual ways to make your art more attractive to new fans. And in order to improve your creative empire’s reach, we’re going to share those ways with you now. (To see how he inspired us, check out video: https://bit.ly/Ep139sellartvid and podcast: https://bit.ly/Ep139sellartpod)

Musical Discoveries 3 --Blooming Prejippie Zine

'Judge a book by its cover?!

To be fair, he argues that AFTER folks have experienced your art the first time, they may come back based on its merits, which is why we limit THIS particular post to getting that FIRST bit of attention from potential fans.