|How do you promote and move your work?
enewsletter, direct mail, twitter, linkedin
By any means possible. The internet is great for this, just fire off a tweet or an email and suddenly loads of people know about it. Doing it over the internet is also fantastic because it lets you know how many people have seen/watched/heard what you've done.
my website, my blog, facebook and networking
We do not do any paid marketing. Until recently all our work came through people finding us through the organic results in Google. Now with Social Media to give us an extra marketing leg, we are working at full capacity and are in a wonderful position of being able to pick and choose our clients.
One of my strengths has always been SEO and getting my company website to perform with excellence in the search engines has been easy. When a client sees how well our company site performs - they are left in no doubt about our SEO skills. You can read more about the importance of good SEO here: http://www.navegabem.com/seo.html
I don't have to - the marketing strategies we set out and the phenomenal visitor and user feedback we are getting does :)
I don't actively promote myself as a designer, but I try to get involved in things that I find interesting. Most people come to my site from blogs or site's that I've designed, or via Twitter or www.prevue.it
I am currently trying to promote the Quack Quack Moo products through parent chat forums, nurseries and gaining interest from baby and parenting magazines in the neat future.
I promote my work through my website, and I network by going to as many creative events as I can, to meet with others who inspire and influence me. I am at the bottom of the industry food chain, so I have a lot of work to do to move up.
A lot of our projects come from work of mouth recommendations and repeat businesses, which is always the dream of any company. New clients also find us online by following us on twitter @weareblink or through the site http://www.weareblink.com.
Blogging, Twitter, Facebook and an online knit and crochet community called Ravelry.com are my main sources of promotion for my self-published work. I also see a lot of website traffic whenever a new pattern is released for magazine publication.
Im the wrong one to ask... Don't seem to be very good at this. Just do good work that others respect. Contact people you look up to and never turn down a good opportunity.
usually my portfolio promotes my works. And, of course, it's positive feedbacks from my clients
There are various techniques for the web, such as Google Analystics, SEO, proper web standards. For design, email blasts based on new projects and word of mouth.
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