See.Me

by on July 5, 2013

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Yesterday was a day to celebrate our freedoms. Being able to speak and express ourselves freely is the most important in my book. Even though we have that right, there is no guarantee that anyone will listen or pay attention to us. If you want to be heard, you have to promote your voice. That’s what See.Me is all about. They are a New York, NY based company that has built a platform that allows artists of all kinds to “share the best of what [they] do and gain recognition and support within [a] vibrant international community.” It’s a place to get exposure, meet other artists, and even earn financial contributions from those who want to support your work.

Do You See Me?

When See.Me got its start in 2008, they went by the name Artists Wanted. Back then it was just a product, but now it’s a serious business with funding from some big name backers. The best way to understand how the community works is to sign up for a free account and start perusing. It’s all about sharing the best of what you do, and enjoying the best of what others do. See.Me even has some big names like Questlove, Reggie Watts, and Q-Tip, so it’s not just for “starving artists.” If you like what See.Me is all about, check out their Internships page. Right now they’re looking for a paid Community Intern. It looks like an awesome opportunity.

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