Selling Your Art Online
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?
These are just some of the questions that every artist faces when looking at the vast internet presence of other artists who sell art online.
To help you understand how to sell your art online, what to do, why is it important, where to begin, we present the infographic below – “Selling your Art Online for Working Artists”.
The internet has revolutionized the way we buy and sell anything and everything today. Gone are the days when you had to print and carry all your art and craft work between stores and galleries. In the digital age, virtual marketplace offers a win-win situation for buyers and sellers. Buyers now have tons of artwork to compare, choose from and it’s easy to get the right art at right price. And sellers don’t have to wait for a big break, ask for favors from gatekeepers or lose money to agents.
The infographic showcases how you can increase your visibility, potential opportunities and revenue by targeting several social platforms. Social media platforms like Twitter, Pinterest and LinkedIn can help convert contacts into buyers over a period of time.
Get more confident about representing yourself and set up your website, make the buying experience easy and transparent and optimize your website for search engines. The scope of your reach is only limited by your efforts and imagination. There is so much you can do like, write blogs about artwork, creating backlinks, join discussion forums, create an opt-in email list, sending out newsletters and more.
Get started selling your art online today. Because artists don’t have to be cash stricken anymore
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