November 13, 2021 – My Idea for Promoting My WordPress Blog Posts on Twitter (Besides My Pinned Tweet), Part 3

Back about in mid October, I began experimenting how to promote my blog posts a bit better.

I had several ideas I was trying out, including tweeting an updated-image tweet of my current blog posts every few days or so, and keeping my long running occasionally updated image tweet of my current images on Fine Art America as my pinned tweet.

My biggest problem was having time to keep both formats reasonably current on a regular basis. Intermittent was about the best I could do, with full negligence more the norm, lol! 😊

Views of my images on Fine Art America & on my blog site here both improved slightly, but – in an act of desperation to save time for painting & family – when I dropped having 2 formats to keep up with, and used my blog posts tweet image as my pinned tweet, and updated just that one feature, my views on both Fine Art America and my blog site took a nice turn.

Each increased only slightly, but my current images on Fine Art America + related older images there, and my current blog posts + my older related posts all moved up in activity together!

Well, who’s to look a time saving exposure increasing gift horse in the mouth? Not me, lol! 🙏 😊

Oh, and what’s the gift the gift horse is showing me?

Honestly, I’m just plain blessed to have more painting projects and ideas and materials to work with than I’ve ever had my whole life! And the same goes for my fitness activity options! And who knows, one day Sheila and I may get to travel again.

Yes, blessed indeed ❤️

The link to my series of Twitter / Blog posts about this project is –

Stay well everyone! Tinkering how to present one’s creativity seems a creative feat in itself! 😊


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Thanks again, everyone! 😊


Artist self portrait - photo of Felipe Adan Lerma on converted railway track bike ferry for the Island Line Trail connecting mainland Vermont to South Hero on Lake Champlain.

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    • Yay, thank you, Tiffany! It all helps, in surprising ways too sometimes! It used to be I painted when I tired working on my blog; now its reversed, waiting til I’m too tired to paint more before I start on my post; I feel a lot better doing that now ❤️


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