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Art Marketing Tips: Techniques for Promoting and Marketing Your Art

Everyone needs money to live. It’s a simple fact of life—unless, of course, you happen to live in a strict barter society. :). . . read more

If you are serious about marketing yourself as an artist and have a budget to hire an art-marketing guru, then consider whether. . . read more

Community art exhibits are a great way to get a range of artists from the local community to exhibit their work together. Not only does it provide established artists with an event to present their work, but it also gives up-and-coming amateur artists the opportunity to enter the art world.

Once you've found a great community space—whether it be a room at an established art gallery. . . read more

If you’ve ever tried to sell your artwork in person, you’ve probably read or been told that it’s beneficial to listen to. . . read more

So you’ve put together a local art exhibition—that’s great! Now you need to recruit artists for your show, and promote. . . read more

Over the past several years, Facebook has grown into a powerful networking tool that allows artists to really expand their fan base. Artists can establish themselves as experts, meet and interact with peers across the globe, locate business contacts and sources, and raise visibility about specific areas of interest. . . and it all happens on the social. . . read more

Twitter is a micro-blogging tool that’s fast becoming the “news” source for everyday people, by everyday. . . read more

LinkedIn is a professional network designed to help like-minded business people connect, share their resumes, and locate work. By. . . read more

Did you know that placing an advertisement in a local paper or magazine can be a cost-effective way to reach art buyers? Many small print publications offer affordable advertising rates, especially if you choose to advertise in the classified section.

Below are five key elements for creating print ads that help sell your art—without breaking the bank.

1. Make your ad. . . read more

Quite a while back I wrote an article explaining how to insert a YouTube video into one of your blog posts. Then I showed you how. . . read more

Using social media to promote your art business can be tricky. Social media rules are forever changing and it’s up to us,. . . read more

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