You CAN Afford an Art Website: Introducing “Choose Your Own Price” at Foliotwist

By admin in Art Business Advice > Selling Art Online

NOTE: The following promotion has ended. Because of everyone who participated, a new, fairer pricing structure for Foliotwist has been chosen. Thank you for your help!

As many of you know, besides running EmptyEasel.com I’m also the co-founder and co-manager of Foliotwist art websites, a premium website hosting service for painters, photographers, sculptors and all kinds of visual artists.

Quick announcement - EmptyEasel has created a quicker, easier way for artists to have their own art website. Click here to learn more and get a simple art website of your own!

Foliotwist is unique in that it combines an art portfolio (optimized for SEO) with a full-featured blog, email marketing tools, and easy-to-set up PayPal buttons, so you can literally do it all from one website.

Unfortunately, it seems as though the cost associated with those features is turning many artists away.

I can’t tell you how often we hear from artists, right after they finish our free trial, who basically say, “I wish I could, but I just can’t afford it right now.”

So after some discussion (OK, that’s an understatement) we’ve decided to remove that pricing barrier for one month and just see what happens.

How? Simple. . .

For the month of May, YOU get to set your own price.

And, we’re not removing ANY features. The only difference is that price isn’t an issue anymore.

So here’s my invitation to you, and to any artist who needs a website:

Head on over to Foliotwist and give our free 30-day trial a shot. Then, just let us know what price you think is fair. No pressure, no obligation.

So what do you think. . . sound like a good deal? :)

If you have any questions or comments don’t hesitate to contact me. I’ll get back to you by email as quickly as possible!

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