The Next 6 Months at Accessible Art History
Welcome back to the Accessible Art History blog! For this post, I was inspired by Cathrin Manning, who posted about how she was planning out her next six months of her brand. She is a content creator who specializes in teaching people how to create their own content and find success, but I figured the concept would apply to my art history work. (If you want to check her out, click here. I highly recommend her YouTube videos!)
During this quarantine, I've had a lot of time on my hands from being unemployed and sheltering in place. It has given me the opportunity to work even harder on creating art history content and truly showed me just how much I love doing it! So, here are five goals that I have for the next six months here at Accessible Art History.
Goal 1: Hit 1000+ on Instagram
I love Instagram! It is my favorite way of posting content and connecting with fellow art history lovers. I've met so many great people through this platform and hope to expand my network.
Goal 2: Hit 300+ on YouTube
YouTube has quickly become another favorite content source for me! My channel is starting to grow and I'm experimenting with different topics. Because of the extra time I have, my upload schedule is now Tuesdays and Fridays.
Goal 3: Publish my First Book
It has always been a goal of mine to publish a book. I love reading and want to be able to share that joy with others. My first book will be a travel guide on Rome, focusing on the Roman Forum and Colosseum. The first draft is almost finished and then I'll move into the editing process.
Goal 4: Create 3 new Teachable courses
While I've been exploring additional methods of content creation, my Teachable courses have been put on the back burner. I would like to work on creating the next courses on my history of art series and having more people sign up to learn with me!
Goal 5: Streamline Website
Currently I am using the free version of the Wix website creator. I love how easy it is to use, but I would like to upgrade to a paid domain and tweak it a bit. I am still learning about website development but look forward to the finished product!
Growing and learning is an important part of being a content creator. I love what Accessible Art History has become and I'm looking forward to seeing where it goes!