Here are some good articles on writing good Tweets that encourage engagement:
- article on twitter.com
- article on bufferapp.com
- article on ragan.com
- article on lorirtaylor.com
- article on huffingtonpost.com
This fall, I will holding web design and social media workshops at the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop at the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts.
Professional websites and marketing using social media are necessary to maximize an artists exposure on the web. The technical aspects of the web, what are some best practices, and the ways to ensure maximal exposure while maintaining personal privacy are just some of the topics where artists may have questions when approaching the internet.
These workshops are aimed at both artists who are creating websites for the first time, trying to understand how social media is used to market ones art, and also for those who may have been using the web for some time but want to understand how to improve their site and online professional profile.Instructor: Dan WongSeptember 24 – October 1
2 sessions: Tuesdays
6:30 – 9:00 pmClass fee: $115 members / $155 non-membersInstructor: Dan WongOctober 8
1 session: Tuesday
6:30 – 9:00 pmClass fee: $75 (both members and non-members)
Do Something, the not-for-profit organization is coming this Thursday, September 22 at 6PM to speak to the Artbox Mobile App project team, and the Design for Mobile Devices students. Attendance is required.
They will be presenting their upcoming site redesign, talk about mobile microsites and a mobile app. They will also be discussing how they use social media to access twentysomethings and encourage them to get involved in interesting, socially-aware projects.
They will also be introducing some projects, and inviting our design students to participate.
Come with questions!!