For those of you who joined me yesterday on the beaches of Ventura via Facebook Live, thank you! I was nervous because I was afraid the connection wouldn't work (it was my first time on Facebook Live) and even worse, I was afraid no one would join me. Finally, I was worried that maybe we wouldn't find any sea glass. That would have been a bust.
Fortunately it went really well. There were almost 200 of you on the live feed and more than 1,000 have viewed the video on my Facebook page. Holy smokes! I am very intrigued by Facebook Live and I am ready to use Facebook Live for my art business. I like that I can open the "internet wall" that exists when using social media and invite all of you into my everyday life of a working artist. The kinds of things I hope to include in my "Morning Coffee with Leslie" episodes are marketing tips, visits to my studio, visits during my workshops, visits to my clients homes and "field trips". Someone suggested a tour of our beach house in Ventura so I will do that too! I would love to hear from any of you if you have ideas about what you would like me to share on Facebook Live. Just leave a comment on this post as I would love your input.
Meanwhile, if you missed the hunt for sea glass, you can enjoy the video of the live broadcast above. And if you are wondering, I found a lot! (And I did kind of squeal when I found the big piece of aqua glass ... oops.). The photo below is all of the sea glass I found today.
This week's Artists Helping Artists radio show is titled How To Use Facebook Live to Promote Your Art Business. My co-host Margaret Sheldon and I will explain exactly how to use Facebook Live and how we think you should use it to promote your art business. So please tune in to this Thursday's AHA show! You can enjoy the show live at 5:00 am PST, 8:00am EST or listen to the recorded version any time. You don't want to miss it. Thanks again everybody!
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