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How to Use Pinterest and Still Respect Copyrights

How to Use Pinterest and Still Respect Copyrights | Fine Art Tips | Scoop.it
This article addresses the issues of PInterest and copyright concerns for artists
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How to Use Pinterest and Still Respect Copyrights

How to Use Pinterest and Still Respect Copyrights | Fine Art Tips | Scoop.it
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Marketing Tools for Artists by the Non-Starving Artist

Marketing Tools for Artists by the Non-Starving Artist | Fine Art Tips | Scoop.it
A list of helpful marketing tools for artists who want to succeed
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Proven Tips for Managing Procrastination

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Scientifically Proven Tips for Managing Procrastination
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Most likely if you are reading this post, you are procrastinating.


Human motivation is highly influenced by how imminent the reward is perceived to be — meaning, the further away the reward is, the more you discount its value.

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Google Plus Hashtags Explained for Better Engagement

Google Plus Hashtags Explained for Better Engagement | Fine Art Tips | Scoop.it
How to use Google Plus hashtags explained with a helpful DOs and DON'Ts infographic guide.
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How to Boost Creativity in Your Home Office or Studio

How to Boost Creativity in Your Home Office or Studio | Fine Art Tips | Scoop.it
Simple office and studio design tips that help stimulate and boost your creativity.
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While you may not always be inspired, the designs, colors and decorations that surround you can help stimulate and boost your creativity.

If you’re an artist of any kind, your workspace should be comfortable—aesthetically pleasing, highly functional and business savvy. Also, privacy is important. Every artist, or writer needs a room of one’s own, as Virginia Woolf famously advised. With a little effort, you can easily design an appealing work environment to bolster your creativity. Here’s how…



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