It seems I am not the only one making changes and cut backs for the new year. Social media seems to be taking a turn and it leaves me questioning what I really want from the year. Read below for my rant, questions, and ideas to overcome these challenges.
As some of you know, I launched a planner last year! It's a custom planner for other geeks like me. It can be used to schedule social sites, blogs, or even just your life! Specially curated for geeks, this affordable planner is bound to suit your needs. This year's planner has been upgraded with ELEVEN new pages in addition to the old one. It has a fresh design upgrade featuring simple brush strokes in bright colors, and even a font upgrade that's bolder and easier to read.
Read the post below for a quick walk through and a FREE basic version of the planner! This planner is 28 completely customizable pages in a handy PDF so you can print only the pages you need, and print extra pages as you may need them for the year!
Buy it here!
The cosplay community is a fast moving, interactive world, and if you're trying to market yourself, business cards - as with any field - are always handy. This blog post explores the variety of business cards I've designed and developed for different occasions and the benefits of using many vs one.
A lot of people look at the cost of a product without considering every single variable that goes into it. Too often, artists under value their work. Below is a detailed guideline for pricing your next project.
A project I did in May was to repledge all my Patreon earnings to other cosplayers on Patreon. I asked my patrons to recommend cosplayers and I pledged to them for the month. My patrons still got daily content and mailed rewards, I just made the choice to not technically earn anything for May! Read about the full experience, including stats, below.
This is the part where you work endlessly to get your first patron and constantly keeping everyone in the loop. A lot of people are scared of being annoying and in your face with their promoting. You don't have to be! Read today's blog for some great ideas on getting your first patron without being annoying!
The most important step of creating your Patreon is writing a killer intro page and coming up with tiers that benefit you just as much as they benefit your patrons while still standing out from the rest.
Should be easy, right? Let's jump in!
Patreon has been getting a lot of hype over the past year. It's the newest way for cosplayers and artists to make an income, and for their fans to support them. This week, I have a 3 part series to help you get ready for the biggest addition to your 2017 success!
If you're a cosplayer on social media, chances are you want to get noticed. Let's not sugar coat it. This whole month has been about ways to promote ourselves and grow in the community. Just remember to keep your goals realistic and attainable! With that in mind, let's get on with the list post!
Photo from PinkyParadise.com
Last week I launched my planner for 2017. It is the first step for any cosplayer, or anyone in general for having a successful, organized year. Today, I want to discuss sponsors, and how to get them. More and more we see people wearing sponsored costumes, or recieving a free wig or pair of contacts for review. Have you always wondered how they do it? Let's find out!
I've custom designed a planner for other geeks like me. This isn't an ordinary planner, and it can be used to schedule social sites, blogs, or even just your life! Specially curated for geeks, this affordable planner is bound to suit your needs. Read the post below for a quick walk through and a FREE basic version of the planner!
I've been asked quite a few times how I grow my Instagram followers, and even though there's tons of resources available to answer these questions, I thought I would throw my own experience into the pot. Read below for some secrets and soon you can be seeing a growth on your page as well.