Did you know it costs nothing but a moment of your time to help out a small business?
As an artist I am aware that many people who see my art will not be in a position to purchase it.
It may not appeal to them, it may not fit their decor or it may not be within their budget.
And that is okay.
Many of my friends run a small business.
Although I don’t need what they have on offer I still want to support them.
Here are five actions you can take that will cost you nothing yet will support the businesses you like.
Sign up for their email newsletters
Thank you to all those who have done this for me.
(Here is my email sign up link: https://www.triciahewlettart.nz/contact.html )
Read the newsletter and if there is anything in it that you think might interest a friend, forward it to them drawing their attention to it.
Like/follow the business on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Twitter, LinkedIn or any platform they and you share.
Like, Comment and Share the small business posts on Social Media.
A like is great, a comment is wonderful, but a share is spectacular when it comes to social media algorithms. It means the platform will automatically share that post with others as well. The more people who see it, the more chance of finding a purchaser.
Visit the business website occasionally.
The more times a website is visited, the more likely it is to be shown in a search engine. And, if you see something on the website a friend might like, forward to it them.
Remember if you are interested in any of my art, have a question or just want to make contact,
you can send a message through any of these channels:
Post a comment on this blog
Email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit my website https://www.triciahewlettart.nz/contact.html
Find me on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/triciahewlettartist
Find me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/triciahewlettartist/
Thanks for taking the time to read my blog.