Have you considered starting an art blog? It could help you as an artist in ways you haven't even thought of! Read on to discover some surprising benefits of having an art blog.
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Why You Should Start an Art Blog
by Dan Duhrkoop
Blogs have really come a long way since they first began as online journals or diaries. Now they're often used as a means of self-publishing, and are a very practical way of getting information online to reach a large number of people.
Many artists have been successfully blogging for years, whether by writing articles like I do or publishing images of their own artwork on a daily or weekly basis. In fact, I've found so many benefits to blogging that if you're an artist and you don't have a blog, I believe you're missing out.
So take a moment and consider these 9 reasons why every artist should have their own art blog. They just might convince you to start an art blog of your own.
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