Creative Kenyans: artists, photographers, video-graphers, painters, sculptors, need a platform to express themselves through their art.

Artists find themselves wondering why they must use social media yet it’s a waste of time. Why social media when they must be creating their products.

Artists need to connect with people outside their scope(creating worlds) to sell, get ideas, educate themselves, see trends, connect, share ideas with like minded individuals.

Funny enough, many artists in Kenya wallow in poverty yet they have the world at their feet. Or they view social media in bad light as pointed out.

These Social Media Platforms will offer networking or your products featured.

But if you don’t want to waste a lot of time online but on creating, then, I also have some scheduling tools for you to use.

I never got the wind of scheduling until I had a Facebook page with no updates for an year plus.

                                     QUESTION OF THE DAY:

WANT TO KNOW WHICH SCHEDULING TOOLS I USE AND HOW? CAN I REVIEW THEM? 

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for tantalising effects on your Creative Buds. 

  1. Pinterest
  2. Instagram
  3. Facebook
  4. YouTube
  5. Google+
  6. LinkedIn

I also have a list of other social Media platforms that Kenyans either know about and ignore or don’t know about at all.

They include:

a).  Snapchat

b).  Reddit

c).  Tumblr

d).  Behance

e).  Deviantart

f).  Flickr

g). Vine

h). Ello.

We shall discuss:

Which social media is best for you

How to choose which social media works for you?

Scheduling tools to use and which ones are the best

Finding out scheduling tools which are free.

Each social media in-depth and why to use it?

If you can use all the social media you love