Liam Wong shared a bunch of short but very important tips, which will help you to make your art noticed on the web.
- As an artist – the stats are neat in order to figure out the best time to post your work for higher engagement. Engagement makes it sound really heavy. But when you spend X amount of time on a piece of art – make sure people actually see it.
- I post 2am EDT. When people in London/Paris are waking up. When most of North America is sleeping & not posting & it’s afternoon in Tokyo.
- Weekends are usually the worst time to post. Monday-Wednesday being the best. Monday 5pm EST being the worst. Wednesday 5pm EST – the best.
- You can also automate posts using websites.
- If you’re on a platform with hashtags & zero following – find niche tags – they often have better communities. Avoid overpopulated tags.
- Create an FB page & link to your Instagram. Instant business account & analytics for free. Equipped with ‘Contact’ button & role description.
- Tumblr is often overlooked. It is incredible for exposure over an extended period of time. And requires less effort to maintain.
- If you have a project which is part of a series. Gather 5-10 images. Communicate it as best as you can in words. Send it to people, media.
- Self-publish on sites like @boredpanda & @Medium.
- Share things that inspire you. Chances are other people will like it too – and it’s a great way to give exposure to those ho deserve it.
And last, but not, least, if you want to get featured – shoot us an email. We always like to Hopefully, this will help you in your artistic journey.