Social algorithms are becoming a scapegoat for any failings on the part of content creators. Today, I’m going to dish out some tough love: Stop blaming social algorithms for your mediocre work.
My new ebook is exactly what it says on the tin — a quick read, packed with actionable advice on starting your first cosplay Patreon campaign.
For many cosplayers trying to make a name for themselves, marketing can seem like total guesswork. That's why I want to help cosplayers learn.
Facebook offers some powerful analytics tools for free, and they can extremely helpful for strategizing!
Facebook’s algorithms reward you with higher reach if your audience engages, so you should encourage fans to respond.
It's Thursday, and you know what that means... time for a throwback!
A great way to bring in new viewers is to get featured on another Facebook page or website.
I don’t know why, but people go crazy for comparison photos and are way more likely to share them than any other kind of photo!
If you aren’t already members of some, join 2-4 Facebook groups that are relevant to your costume or community.
Today, try to look at your page as a first-time viewer might, and fix anything that’s confusing or messy.
This challenge is meant to help cosplayers learn some basic techniques to boost their reach and engagement.
There are thousands of talented cosplayers out there — so why do we keep seeing the same few dozen faces?