Tips for Selling Through Your Artist Website

When you shop online for clothing or other wearables, think of how vendors provides multiple views that help you “virtually try it on.” Selling your creative work should also share this type of helpful visual content, so the shopper can imagine owning your work.

Drive Art Website Traffic by Blogging

Want to draw more visitors to your art website? Blogging can help your traffic numbers in several ways.     As an artist, you have a story that’s interesting to others. You make art or handmade work in your studio (or on location) that can be documented and shared with your audience. You can tell […]

Top Website Providers for Artists

Building a website doesn’t have to be stressful or difficult, though. The sites listed below offer templates and tool packages to help you get started easily.

How to Improve Your Art Website About Page

These six essentials will help your website visitors get more out of their visit – and know you better.

How to Use Product Descriptions to Sell More of Your Handmade Work

Written descriptions add greatly to the shopping experience and are also vital to increasing your sales.

How to Build an Effective Email Opt-In Form

A monthly email sent to your list is a great way to follow up after in-person meetings, and also to reach out to people who have visited your art website.

Make the Best Ever Artist About Page

Why should the website visitor be interested in you as an artist or maker? Because the story of your inspiration, your concept, and your technique are fascinating.

Should You Sell Your Work on Third-Party Sites?

The benefits of third-party sites are that you have a place where your images are easy to upload, and you don’t have to start from scratch or reinvent the wheel.

How Artists Can Add Multiple Streams of Income

One reason for cultivating more than one method of earning is to keep your income steady throughout the year.

The Importance of a Landing Page in Your Marketing Campaigns

Your website represents you, your brand, and your product. However, over half of the people who land on a website page stay for less than fifteen seconds.