Artists may add a much-needed price point spread, or even attract an entirely new audience who are not prospective collectors of original art.
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.
We invite visual artists in any medium who would like to be considered to submit an application during our Call for Artists, from November 10-18, 2016.
Blow allows shoppers to write any message inside the birthday card in their own handwriting and then have us drop that real, signed card into the US Mail a few minutes later.
iVANZi created a business model where they act as a go-between for the artist and the retailer, in some very interesting ways.
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.
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.
Whether your art website passes user tests with flying colors or not, it’s always valuable to know what the visitor experience is, and how you may be able to improve.
With art rentals, businesses who have this problem can invest in higher-quality artwork instead of cheaper prints that they know will get thrown away.
by guest blogger Kelly Heck 4 Marketing Techniques YOU Can Use to Boost Your Web Presence 1. Your work is pretty… now what? You have an amazing portfolio to share with the world. You set up a website with your artistry, your bio, and an online form. Why isn’t the world reacting to […]