HOW TO MARKET YOURSELF AS AN ARTIST | PART TWO. — The Higgins Creative | Marketing Agency
This is Part Two in a series called How to Market Yourself As An Artist. To read Part One, click here. Selling yourself (and your business) is hard.
You’re an artist and everyone keeps suggesting to you that an online presence can get you name, fame and money. But the big question is – Where do you begin? Is it for me? How does it work? What is the key to selling online and making money?
How I Made $50,000 Selling Art on Facebook - Online Marketing for Artists -
UPDATE from Cory: While this post is a few years old, and Facebook’s algorithms have changed, the principles outlined are still relevant. The idea of creating a conversation, engaging with your collectors, and using solid marketing techniques all still apply. If you are concerned about getting buried by FB’s algorithms, the only surefire way around …
You Won't Believe How Many People Buy Art via Mobile Apps - Online Marketing for Artists -
From Cory: Freddy Grant at Bluethumb gallery caught my eye when they reached out to let me know about the study from TEFAF that mentioned that only 6% of all fine art sales happen online – but that number was up nearly double the year before. I asked them to write an article about their …
Do you want to make a living as an artist or crafter? Read this! — Badass Creatives
I often get asked for my advice on how to make a living as an artist or crafter! In this post, I'm sharing TONS of tips, tricks and advice for creatives.
Google Keyword Tools - Free Keywords Tool? or Paid keyword tool?
Wordtracker free keyword tool, unlike Google free keyword research tool, might be free but not that effective. As like every other free tool out there, something has to give, like your identity.
How to Make Passive Income as a Handmade Artist
Great tips on how to expand your income as an etsy seller or handmade artist. Business Tips for Creative Entrepreneurs
5 of our BEST Articles about Promoting and Selling Art Online
There is much more involved to proper promotion of artworks on the internet than just posting a few pieces on a portfolio site and hoping that someone will buy them. Artists are in competition with hundreds of thousands of others who are hoping that someone will see their artworks and want to buy them. Do not let the competition intimidate you though. I think it is relatively easy for any artist to begin marketing and selling artworks online – by establishing a professional image and using…