I don't have a comparative analysis. I'm just asking you which platform would you prefer to get an artists' wares.
Which platform has helped you get the most sales? Which one do you like the best? And why?
Promoting and Publicising Projects on dADisclaimery bit: Before you get stuck into reading this, I'd like to point out that this article is written by me-the-person, not me-the-GM, and is in no way indicative of or aligned with any official dA practices or policy. For the purpose of this article, I'll be referring to projects and contests as Events.Promoting and Publicising Projects on dA by RockstarVanity
define your event's identity
If you or your Group is running an event, chances are you'll want to get the word out there in a mission to create buzz and encourage more people to join in. First of all, create an identity for your event. This means considering the following points:
What is the subject and/or medium(s)?
Who will be entering (new artists, Group members, professionals etc)?
How will entries be submitted (links to entrants own gallery or Group submissions etc)?
What is the timescale (deadlines, announcement of winners etc)?
Who is judging, and how
Why hello there! I'm Kelci, comic artist, professional daydreamer and pinata-herder. I can often be found slaying evildoers in the forests of Ohio using nothing but my markers and unbearable cuteness.|
I hope you enjoy my work.
(If you would like to email me, send a shout to firstname.lastname@example.org)