creativity-definitionsBetween our blogs and newsletter, we reach over 15,000 artists monthly which is a lot of creative people who potentially would be interested in the topic “Market Your Creativity.”

There are a series of three questions you can ask yourself in order to market your creativity. These questions can be found below. For many of you this is not new information but it is good to affirm it nonetheless.

1. Who are you trying to reach?
2. Where can you find them?
3. How are you going to reach them?

A current project of ours gives a good example of this process. As some of you know we are currently writing an eBook entitled “Web Marketing Strategy for Introvert Artists” aimed at introvert actors, musicians, filmmakers, writers and so forth.

Although our blogs/newsletter reach is creatives and those in creative fields (a great start), we are not necessarily reaching artists who are also introverts so we’ve had to narrow down our search strategy.

This is one of the reasons we created Artist Introvert Revolution or A.I.R. Since the organization is growing every day, it is an honor to be a part of an evolving entity with which we can share.

It is unusual to have a group dedicated to introvert artists because introverts don’t usually like being a part of a group. Why? The reason is because it usually means eventually having to socialize.

Artist Introvert Revolution is different. When you’re a member of this collective you have knowledge that others are involved too but you don’t necessarily have to communicate with them unless you want to.

As you can see sharing and communicating with introvert artists is not easy, but we are making progress in part because we are introvert artists as well as asking ourselves the three questions.

So we leave you with the questions “who are you trying to reach?” “Where can you find them?” Plus “How are you going to reach them?”

And introvert artists, if you’re interested in joining A.I.R. you know what to do!