The concept is to provide a free educational platform that teaches, supports and provides feedback for visual artists everywhere.
The more highly ranked the other site, the more “link juice” it provides. Google’s search engine likes to see backlinks that come from authoritative websites, which helps to distinguish yours as worthy of a visit.
So, as an artist or maker who wants to jump into online sales, what are your choices? Basically, you can choose to participate on a third-party website which offers art for sale, or you can use your own art website to sell your work.
An interesting aspect of the VR experience is that mobile shopping is also available through presenting 3D galleries on their smartphone application
I see a natural progression happening for artists. They look for a place to sell and start out on one of the big marketplaces. They learn the basics, gain confidence, and branch out on their own.
iVANZi created a business model where they act as a go-between for the artist and the retailer, in some very interesting ways.
Information can be visual, through the use of in situ photos, where seeing the size and impact of your art helps the shopper imagine owning your work.
Our new gallery website is a robust e-commerce platform where we are presenting and selling the work of selected artists who have been previously featured on the Artsy Shark website.
Can a video that shows your studio practice in an emotionally compelling way communicate what you do effectively and build the value of your work too?
by guest blogger Andy Derrick To build a sustainable, full-time career creating your art you must work to diversify your streams of income. One of the most effective ways successful artists have done this is by selling reproduction prints of their artwork. The beauty of selling reproduction prints is that it extends the […]
There are dozens of theoretical ways to get your artwork in front of collectors, but I’m going to give you 4 tips you can use right now to start exposing your artwork to a wider audience of art collectors online.
Now, we get into the fun stuff— using your portfolio to build an online presence.