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.
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.
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.
Think you’ve tried everything with your artist website and still getting mediocre results? Few visitors, no emails, no sales? That’s not good and it’s definitely not necessary! Learn a simple system to get results.
A new artist website going out into the world is always cause for celebration for us! Our latest site showcases the work of Kristen Hoard – a talented and prolific Metal Sculptor from California. Come learn about her beautiful work and her powerful new Espresso Artist Website…
Want to know what Artists read most on our site? We have our own favorites but here we summarize a list of our top 5 Art Marketing articles of all time as ranked by popularity. All of them are just as relevant as when they were written and they make great weekend reading – so please read, re-read, and enjoy!
Many artist websites look mediocre because artists don’t appreciate that art and design are different skillsets. However sometimes the artist IS also a designer and when that happens the results can be amazing. Welcome then to the world and website of Latifah Shay!
Serious about winning the attention of a good art gallery or dealer? If so, you need to understand the core common elements that successful gallery directors and art sales people look for when they visit and review your artist website.
This week the very influential design site Smashing Magazine published “The Gradual Disappearance Of Flash Websites”. We, and a bunch of other serious online art-marketing advisors have also voiced our concerns about Flash as an artist website foundation. So – what are you waiting for? And why are so many artists and photographers being seduced by flash websites offered by big commercial portfolio companies?
If you’ve been listening to pretty much anything lately you would realize that a big bunch of people think the world is going to end on December 21, 2012. Think your artist website can survive that? Some thoughts on simple website survival strategies to help you sleep soundly!