Are you becoming frustrated because no one is visiting your art blog or online art gallery? It is safe to say, if you are receiving no traffic to your sites, you are probably not landing as many sales as you wish you were. In this post, I am going to share with you 3 easy tips to help artists build their brand online.
When you create a brand and build brand awareness, you will start to see your traffic and sales increase.
Tips To Help Artists Build Their Brand Online
Before I jump into the 3 tips to help artists build their brand online, I do want to say that it does take time and effort.
It is easy to create a brand but it takes consistent work to have people recognize and remember your brand.
You will have to consistently share your brand and story on all of your social media accounts, artist blog, and your online art gallery.
This is accomplished by using the same style of writing, the colors you use, your slogan and an image of you.
There are many ways that you will be able to build brand awareness online such as:
3 Easy Tips To Help Artists Build Their Brand Online
Highlight Your Strengths
Everyone has strengths and weaknesses.
Your brand should only showcase your strengths.
You want people to remember the best things you have to offer.
It might be:
- Outstanding art
- Great customer service
- Affordable prices
- Custom work
- Your humor, etc.
Look at your self and think about what your strengths are.
- What makes you different from an artist that creates similar artwork?
- What will make your customers refer you to their friends and family?
You have certain qualities that no one else can match.
Identify your strengths and start highlighting them in your artist statement.
Write A Slogan
A slogan is a phrase that triggers someone’s memory and has them think about a particular business or product.
Here are a few examples:
- “Just Do It”
- “It Really Satisfies”
- “Just For The Taste of It”
- “Eat Fresh”
- “I’m Loving It”
- “Think Different”
- “Because Your Worth It”
- Shave Time Shave Money”
- “Got Milk”
- “There Are Somethings Money Can’t But. For Everything Else, There’s Mastercard”
What do all of these slogans have in common?
- They are memorable.
- They include a key benefit.
- It makes the brand unique and separates them from others.
- They highlight the strengths of the company.
- They create a positive feeling.
Take some time to write out a slogan that is easy to remember and best describes your strengths.
Promote Your Brand
Now that you have your core values, and a slogan I want you to start incorporating it into everything you do. Display it on all of your social media accounts, blog, online art gallery, email, newsletter, brochures, business cards, everything you can think of.
In time people will start to remember you just by a key phrase that sparks a positive emotion.
- Make a list of your strengths and what makes you unique.
- Write a slogan that best describes who you are as an artist and what you have to offer.
- Promote your new brand.
Selling art online is not rocket science. All you have to do is create art, post the art, and make the right people aware that you have art available for sale. When you can do this you will land a sale.
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