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“How To Use Facebook To Build You Creative Career Now!”
“How To Use Facebook To Build You Creative Career Now!”

“How To Use Facebook To Build You Creative Career Now!”

Facebook, the old fossil, the one which none of the younger generation want anything to do with, the one which isn’t cool anymore… the one which has over 300 million users per day!

It’s Monday morning, and you’re ready to kick things into high gear! Right?

Wake up sleepy head, below I have attached six things that you can do right now to begin your creative career on Facebook right away!

These are ten things which you can do step by step. Once you have done those, come back and read the rest of this blog to see just how amazing Facebook can be for your artistic career!

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Getting started on Facebook!

Facebook can be a powerful tool for building your creative career. Here are some tips on how to make the most of this social media platform:

  1. Create a professional profile: Your Facebook profile should showcase your work and highlight your skills. Make sure to use a professional profile picture, include a bio that describes what you do, and list your relevant experience and education.
  2. Share your work: Share your latest projects and updates with your Facebook friends and followers. You can post photos, videos, and links to your website or portfolio.
  3. Join creative groups: There are many Facebook groups dedicated to creative fields such as design, photography, writing, and music. Join these groups and participate in discussions, share your work, and connect with other creatives in your field.
  4. Network with industry professionals: Facebook can be a great way to connect with industry professionals and build your network. Follow companies and individuals in your field, engage with their content, and reach out to them with questions or to introduce yourself.
  5. Promote your services: If you offer creative services such as graphic design or photography, use Facebook to promote your services to potential clients. You can create a business page, run targeted ads, and share testimonials from satisfied clients.
  6. Stay up to date: Follow relevant pages and groups to stay up to date on the latest trends and news in your field. This will help you stay informed and continue to grow as a creative professional.

By following these tips, you can use Facebook to build your creative career and reach new audiences. Remember to be authentic, engage with your followers, and have fun!

Now let’s get serious

Introduction:

Social media has become a powerful tool for creatives to showcase their work, connect with peers, and build their careers. Facebook, in particular, offers a variety of features that can help creatives build their brand and attract new clients. In this light-hearted guide, we’ll explore how to use Facebook to build your creative career, with tips and tricks to make the most of the platform. All this and more can be found in my new book…

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sharing their posts. This will not only help you stay up-to-date on the latest trends, but it will also help you build relationships with other professionals in your field.
Join industry-specific groups: In addition to following pages, it’s also a good idea to join groups that are specific to your industry. These groups can provide a space for you to ask questions, share your work, and connect with other professionals in your field.
Attend virtual events: Facebook often hosts virtual events, such as webinars and workshops, that can help you stay up-to-date on the latest trends and techniques. Make sure to check out these events and attend any that are relevant to your niche.
Conclusion:
Facebook can be a powerful tool for building your creative career, from connecting with peers to promoting your work to staying up-to-date on industry news and trends. By setting up a professional profile, connecting with peers, promoting your work, and staying up-to-date, you can use Facebook to build your brand and attract new clients. So, what are you waiting for? Get out there and start building your creative career on Facebook!

Facebook Chapter 1: Setting up your profile

The first step in building your creative career on Facebook is to set up a professional profile. Your profile should highlight your skills and experience, as well as showcase your personality and style. Here are some tips for setting up your profile:

  1. Choose a professional profile picture: Your profile picture should be clear, well-lit, and professional. Avoid using selfies or photos with distracting backgrounds.
  2. Write a compelling bio: Your bio should be concise, but it should also give a sense of who you are and what you do. Highlight your skills and experience, and make sure to mention any notable achievements or awards.
  3. Showcase your work: Facebook allows you to add photos and videos to your profile, so make sure to showcase your best work. If you’re a designer, for example, you might include images of your latest projects or a portfolio of your best work.

Chapter 2: Connecting with peers

One of the biggest benefits of Facebook for creatives is the ability to connect with peers in your field. By joining groups and following pages related to your niche, you can connect with other creatives, share ideas, and even collaborate on projects. Here are some tips for connecting with peers on Facebook:

  1. Join groups: Facebook has groups for almost every niche, from graphic design to photography to music production. Joining these groups can help you connect with other creatives and stay up-to-date on industry news and trends.
  2. Engage with others: Once you’ve joined a group, make sure to engage with others by commenting on their posts and sharing your own ideas. This can help you build relationships with other creatives and establish yourself as an expert in your field.
  3. Collaborate on projects: If you find someone in a group who shares your vision, consider reaching out to them to collaborate on a project. By working with others, you can learn new skills and create something truly unique.

Facebook Chapter 3: Promoting your work

In addition to connecting with peers, Facebook can also be a great platform for promoting your work and attracting new clients. Here are some tips for promoting your work on Facebook:

  1. Create a Facebook page: If you haven’t already, create a Facebook page for your brand or business. This will allow you to promote your work to a wider audience and run targeted ads.
  2. Share your work regularly: To keep your followers engaged, make sure to share your latest work on a regular basis. This could be anything from new designs to behind-the-scenes photos from a shoot.
  3. Use targeted ads: Facebook’s advertising platform allows you to target specific demographics, interests, and behaviors. This can be a powerful tool for attracting new clients and growing your brand.

Facebook Chapter 4: Staying up-to-date

Finally, it’s important to stay up-to-date on the latest trends and news in your field. By following relevant pages and groups, you can stay informed and continue to grow as a creative professional. Here are some tips for staying up-to-date on Facebook:

Follow relevant pages: From industry publications to influencers to thought leaders, there are plenty of pages on Facebook that can help you stay informed. Make sure to follow pages that are relevant to your niche and interests.

Engage with content: Once you’ve followed a page, make sure to engage with their content by liking, commenting, and

sharing their posts. This will not only help you stay up-to-date on the latest trends, but it will also help you build relationships with other professionals in your field.

Join industry-specific groups: In addition to following pages, it’s also a good idea to join groups that are specific to your industry. These groups can provide a space for you to ask questions, share your work, and connect with other professionals in your field.

Attend virtual events: Facebook often hosts virtual events, such as webinars and workshops, that can help you stay up-to-date on the latest trends and techniques. Make sure to check out these events and attend any that are relevant to your niche.

Conclusion:

Facebook can be a powerful tool for building your creative career, from connecting with peers to promoting your work to staying up-to-date on industry news and trends. By setting up a professional profile, connecting with peers, promoting your work, and staying up-to-date, you can use Facebook to build your brand and attract new clients. So, what are you waiting for? Get out there and start building your creative career on Facebook!

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