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Are you thinking about selling your art or crafts online? Have you been trying to sell art online but are having a difficult time seeing results? The best way to sell art online is to develop a strategy that will build brand awareness and drive traffic to your artist website.
The internet has made it possible for artists around the world to sell fine art online, sell art prints online and even sell crafts online.
The problem many artists face is that they fail to understand the importance of learning how to market themselves as an artist and their artwork.
There is much more to online marketing than just posting an image or two on Instagram or Facebook.
If you really want to sell original art online you will have to take some time to learn how to build a solid foundation for your online art business.
In this post, I am going to share with you some of my most popular posts that will help you to do just that. Build a solid foundation for your art business so you can start separating yourself from all of the other artists selling art online.
Best Way To Sell Art Online
Below are several of my favorite articles that explain how I started my online art business.
Develop a plan before you just start posting images of your art on all of your favorite social media platforms. To get started you will want to decide on a niche.
Niche is defined as – denoting or relating to products, services, or interests that appeal to a small, specialized section of the population.
Deciding on your niche will help you to focus on who you will be marketing to.
This will allow you to be more productive with your time so you can see better results.
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The next step is to write your goals and develop a plan that will guide you towards your destination.
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Now that you have your niche and your goals written you will need a platform that you can use to showcase your art and write content that will drive traffic to your art listings.
After you have created your art blog and have published some posts and images of your artwork, you will want to start your email marketing strategy.
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It will take time for you to see results from your art blog.
Over time you will be receiving thousands of page views a month. Think about how much art you will be able to sell if thousands of people visit your artist website every month.
Pinterest will help you to speed up the growth of your blog.
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Social Media Marketing
Now that you have a foundation for your art business you will want to start building relationships with your target audience. This can be done on social media.
That’s it. If you follow the steps outlined above and continue to learn how to maximize your marketing efforts you will be selling more art than you could have ever imagined.
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Best wishes for starting your online art business and remember, the best way to sell art online is to start with a strong foundation.
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