Marketing Your Life

Some of the advice is written about indie comics (because that’s where I got my start), but the advice is transferable to any type of small business that you may have.


PAGE CONTENTS:

HEADSPACE: Marketing your online business OR just handling your crazy life:
Convention and Conference Organization
Business and Marketing Tips for Artists
Art Basics
Photoshop


HEADSPACE: Marketing your online business OR just handling your crazy life:

- Wil Wheaton thinks you should never work for free, I politely disagree

- Your Friends and Peers Might Not Be Your Fans, but that is OK

- Handling Rejection and Finding Your Comic’s Target Audience

- Brain Tricks: Organizing Your Week with Sliding Days

- How to Stay Organized and Motivated: Index Cards of Doom

- 4 ways you can inadvertently undercut yourself

- 10 tips to get a lot of quality followers on Twitter

- Marketing isn’t about barfing things onto the internet at the last minute for frak’s sake

- 3 ways that I think you are using Twitter wrong


CONVENTION AND CONFERENCE ORGANIZATION:

- 8 things you should know before starting your own convention

- 15 MORE things you should think about when starting your own event

- Corporate Sponsorship: Why Intervention is the most awesome con to sponsor and how we did it

- Con Solutions: Event Internet Connectivity

- Con Solutions: Payment Processing


BUSINESS AND MARKETING TIPS FOR GEEK CONVENTION ARTISTS:

- How to Survive the Artist’s Alley

- How to Use Twitter to Promote Your Comic Without Inadvertently Looking Like an Ungrateful Jerk

- A Con Staffer’s Perspective on Webcomics

- The Table at the Con: The Most Important and Most Overlooked Key to Success

- 5 things that will increase the likelihood that you will get invited to a convention


ART BASICS:

- Oni’s Essential Art Supplies


PHOTOSHOP:

- A free “version” of Adobe Photoshop?

- Scanning a Sketch

- How to Set Up Photoshop for Pressure Sensitive Tablet Artwork

- Digital Inking with the Photoshop Pen Tool

- Digital Lettering and Comic Speech Bubbles

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