Finding and Targeting Your Market

Constantly evaluate the marketplace and where you fit into it. This will enable you to take advantage of niches where your work can flourish.

How to Grow Your Art Business Through Referrals

How to ask for and receive business referrals; word-of-mouth referrals, written referrals and networking are discussed.

Build Your Twitter Art Community!

Let’s build our art community on Twitter! List your Twitter user name and your website. Join the conversation, network and share resources.

Increase Business by Building Your Personal Network

Building a personal network of friends and contacts gets you started on giving and receiving business referrals. Word of mouth is a powerful way to build business. How to make contacts, follow up and give referrals, while being open to receiving them as well.

20 Smart Ways to Drive Traffic to Your Art Website

This list helps you bring more visitors and gain visibility for your art website. From including tutorials and linking to artist communities to installed Google Analytics to track visitors, all of these methods can help promote your site and your work.

How a Decorative Painter Built a Business

Decorative painter Debra Disman is interviewed about her career – how she started, learned business practices and what advice she gives for emerging artists.

3 Essential Networking Strategies You Must Know

Advanced strategies for business people to grow their business. Use the techniques of following up on networking leads, creating alliances with other businesspeople, and establishing credibility to enhance your business and help others in a win-win situation.

10 Tips for Effective Networking

Networking tips for artists and businesspeople. How to prepare for and attend a networking event successfully. Includes suggested reading, making contacts and following up.

Selling Your Work in New York Galleries/An Insider’s Story

Rhonda Schaller, an artist, gallery owner, career counselor and teacher, gives an insider’s view on how to sell your work in New York art galleries, or to self-produce your work and advance your art career.