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Does constantly feeding Instagram/Facebook really work for artists wanting to sell? An awful lot of work for little result. Are really interesting videos on YouTube a better way to connect and grow a valuable email mailing list?
What is the best way to get eyes and interest for my work to draw people to my website so that they can subscribe to my email newsletter? I’ve been posting on Instagram and trying to get non-artists to follow me. Not that artists don’t buy artwork, but I’d rather build a newsletter list of folks who enjoy seeing my artwork and what I’m doing rather than mostly artists.
I launched my 1st art exhibition, but even with this...I have a lot to learn about marketing ..I often wondered about whether feeding websites with art work actually sells. I know I would more appreciate art work from seeing the actual physical art work.
i am skeptical that my art will sell online. It always looks so much better in real life. Please prove me wrong! Also, what is your opinion on merch? I don't really want to do it, but need to make some income1
How do you sell art online? What is the secret sauce?
why clients is hesitating to make purchase directly from artist or discuss directly as compared to
they seem more comfortable to deal with agents on certain platform?
What is romance marketing?
Whether and how to separate limited edition prints from open edition, more decorative prints? I have two types of work. One type is very easy on the eyes and meant to be mostly decorative. The other is also easy to look at but requires more thought to really enjoy. Does it make sense to separate these two kinds of work and if so, how?
How do I build a list of potential buyers starting from nothing?
Most traditional marketing gurus tell you you have to identify what "problem" your "product" solves. What would you say are the problems that art solves, or is this model not applicable to art?