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One of the great things about dA is that it's not only a place where you can promote your own work - it's also a place where you can promote art you admire by other people.  There's a whole bunch of ways that you can do this, so if you'd like to help draw attention to awesome art created by your friends or brilliant things you've found while browsing, read on and find out how you could make someone's day.



:star: FEATURING ART IN YOUR JOURNAL
At present, using images and thumbnails in your journal is a subscriber only feature.  If you look around dA you'll see al sorts of different features - selections from people's recent favourites, thumbnails of work on a theme, collections of prints etc.  You can feature other people's work on your Shoutboard as well as in your journal entries as the thumb code will work on your Shoutboard too.  Here are a few FAQ entries that will help you to use your journal to feature other people's work...

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FAQ #273: Do I still own rights to my image after submitting the image to a deviantART contest?



:star: FEATURING ART IN NEWS ARTICLES
The news system on dA allows everyone to submit news, and that includes writing articles which promote other people's work.  If you browse the News section of dA you'll see lots of articles filled with thumbnails, and while it's cool to be able to show off the work that you love in such a public way don't get carried away - when writing feature or thumb-based articles, do your best to ensure that they have a theme and are informative too.  You may want to shine a spotlight on an artist you admire or a specific style of art, so use your imagination.  You could interview people and illustrate your article with examples of their work or you could put together an educational article using work from dA as examples of artistic techniques.  The possibilities are endless, and there are thousands of existing news articles to draw inspiration from.  You may also find these FAQ entries helpful...

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:star: MAKING SURE YOUR FEATURES ARE ACCESSIBLE TO ALL
When you're putting features together, whether in your journal or in a news article, remember that not everyone on dA has a super-fast internet connection.  If your journal or news article has a tonne of thumbnails, it'll take forever to load on a dial-up connection, so keep this in mind when you're compiling your features.  The more accessible your features are, the more people are going to be able to enjoy them and the more attention you'll  be bringing to the people and art that you're featuring.  Happy promoting!



:star: SUGGESTING DAILY DEVIATIONS
Daily Deviations are staff-chosen features, selected by Volunteer Gallery Moderators and other staff members and volunteers who have access to the selection tools.  One of the best things about DDs is that anyone can suggest work to be featured.  Regardless of whether you're a member, a subscriber, a beta tester or a senior member YOU are welcome to suggest art that you love to the relevant Gallery Moderators.  Of course there's no guarantee that all suggestions will be featured, and all the GMs have their own guidelines which you should check out before sending suggestion notes.  If you want more information about Daily Deviations and how to suggest them, check out these FAQ entries...

FAQ #61: What is a Daily Deviation?

FAQ #18: Who selects Daily Deviations and how are they chosen?



:star: SHARING DEVIATIONS
On the left hand side of every deviant page, where the links for Full Viewing and Collecting are, you'll see a Share This/Blog It link which will allow you to send a thumbnail of the deviation to someone else in a note, and (if the deviant has this setting enabled) display the deviation with a link to it's page and the artist's userpage on your blog or on blogging services such as LiveJournal and DIGG.  For more info, read this...

FAQ #270: How do I vote in a deviantART contest or design challenge?



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iDJPanda Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2013  Student General Artist
None of the FAQs are working! :noes:
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hyenacub Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2012  Hobbyist
I always forget about news stories! I have to go figure out how to do that. XD
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RockstarVanity Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012
It's easier now that journals and news are kind of the same thing :aww:
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hyenacub Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012  Hobbyist
I've noticed that. >P lol Oh well. I'll just have to pimp out my journal. :XD:
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jane-beata Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Hello (:

This article has been FEATURED :heart:

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synconi Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2009   Artisan Crafter
Fantastic! :love:
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aleceia Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2008
very very very interesting!
thanks for share this information
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ZethRina Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2008  Student Digital Artist
coolio
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YOUARTTHIEF Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2008
deviantart dont respect their own rules.

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arhcamt Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2008
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