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Guest post by Skully

Sometimes, we get so caught up in our own careers and checking out our favorite well known artists, that we leave the newcomers behind in a cloud of smoke. Some of these newbies have amazing things to offer, but because their work doesn’t get much attention they are ignored. There was a point and time where social media and networking was an amazing thing for all artists, but the ability to establish a name for yourself is proving to be increasingly difficult.

It seems that once some people get to a certain online status they become too busy to associate themselves with anyone who isn’t “in their league”. To an extent it is understandable. I mean, they worked hard to get themselves known and they feel they have bigger things to focus on than helping the new guy get noticed. But if everyone had that mindset, no one would be successful in growing their brand or business.

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Why It’s Important?

Have you ever heard of the phrase “stop making stupid people famous”? It might not be my place to say who deserves fame and who doesn’t, but sometimes I think less focus needs to be put on people who are only known for their selfies and more focus put on people who are traveling around their small town, taking every opportunity that they can to get their art out there. When you show support for talent that isn’t necessarily well known, you are shaping the future of the creative community. You could also consider it helping a small business or brand grow to be successful! I bet you didn’t think you made that much of an impact, did you?

How To Help

When you come across a new artist, give them a fair evaluation. Do they have talent, or at least potential? Are they accepting of constructive criticism and enjoy learning how to make their art better? If so, help them out! Post about their work on your blog, make a video giving them a shout out on your YouTube channel, or even give their page a “like” or a share! I assure you, they will be extremely grateful and the little time it took to show them some support could help pave the way to their success!

Skully is an actress, model entertainer and blogger with an interest in writing about lifestyle topics. You can find her online at the blog Skully In Space.

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Comments on: "Why It’s Important To Support Up and Coming Creatives" (1)

  1. Thank you for letting me guest post on your blog! This was a nice little change and I appreciate the opportunity!

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