You love creating. The next step is to learn how to market yourself and sell your work.

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Jo, Jason and Nat contribute to this journal to help you become utterly awesome and amazing at selling your art.

  • Joined: October 2008


Creating email signatures

Every time I get an email from a certain imaginative colleague, I’m reminded that a well designed email signature is a fantastic, subtle and effective way to remind people you are creative. Not only does it help inject your personality into every email you send, it also works as a wonderful little promotional tool for your latest event or exhibition, a series af artworks you’ve just c…
Posted almost 9 years – 25 comments

Gaining Exposure by Writing Articles

When it comes to promoting yourself online and in the real world, often the same principles apply. In addition to using tools like Facebook and Twitter, it’s a good idea not to overlook some of the more traditional methods for getting your work noticed. One method for gaining more attention and exposure as an artist is by writing and distributing articles. / / You may take for granted the kno…
Posted almost 9 years – 35 comments

How to get your work displayed in shops

Next time you have coffee in your local cafe, wander into the lobby of a hotel or have dinner in a restaurant there’s a good chance you’ll spot some artwork. Sometimes it’s generic, mass produced prints you know have cost next to nothing and other times you’ll spot original art or unique prints. / / While the big chain stores may have someone in an office somewhere, selecting works to purchas…
Posted almost 9 years – 93 comments

Promotion Tips for Valentine's Day

February 14th is Valentine’s Day. Some people see it as a great excuse to shower their beloved with gifts. For others, it’s a tradition that’s become far too commercial. And some single people see it as a great excuse to protest by sitting on the couch eating a whole bag of corn chips and watching Fight Club (highly recommended if you’re unattached). Whether you personally…
Posted about 9 years – 45 comments
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