Since we started Art Marketing Secrets in 2005 there has been a treasure trove of truly great advice from literally thousands of sites on how to market and sell art online and offline. Its entirely possible that the sum total of all the worlds best thinking on this topic has already been expressed and exhausted […]
Thinking about a new artist website? Two weeks ago 1stwebdesigner featured a great article titled, “Six Solid Reasons Why You Should Use WordPress”. We think that’s a great message and its just as true (if not more so) for artist websites as it is for the Joe Schmo small business. Here’s why.
Andy Warhol was a 1960s pop icon famous for his extravagant persona and attention grabbing artworks such as his famous Campbell’s Soup painting. Warhol was one of the central players in a powerful wave of art and music that swept over our planet in the 1960s and 70s – looking into his life gives a fascinating snapshot of this period.
Most artists start with a dream of a great website that will attract many visitors who buy! The reality however often differs from the dream- and not in a positive way. Read on for proven tips that with persistence will bring quality art-collecting visitors to your website.
There is enough information online today for anyone to research any art marketing question that they could possibly think of. What is typically lacking is an understanding of the overall process or a system to implement it. But there is something way more fundamental that this: To sell art you need a market to sell to. And that market is your Community. Build it!
Happy New Year from Art Marketing Secrets, Beautiful Artist Websites, and Espresso Artist Websites! We hope that 2011 is a big year for you, your loved ones, and your art career. To give you a giant boost we’re offering $287 in extras FREE when you order one of our Espresso Artist Websites.
Have a great art marketing question that has been perplexing you or holding you back from that stellar success you dream of? Now is your chance to ask! Our new department, Ask Art Marketing Secrets is now open for business and we’re looking forward to answering your questions.
That is the message that greeted me in an email I received earlier this week after sending out an email promoting the smARTist Telesummit. This little snipe really surprised me and got me wondering: Do artists really think they should get everything free?
In Part 1 we explained why Search Engines are important for artists and the role they play in the “Attraction phase” of your online art marketing. In this post we’ll look more closely at how to be successful with search engines.
Wondering how Twitter can help your art business? Get the low-down from Art Licensing Guru Tara Reed in her fabulous 70 Minute Audio.