I am excited to share with you this week’s art marketing articles April 9, 2016. In these articles, you will learn about SEO, how to generate traffic to your website, how to showcase your art on Twitter and, 7 features every artist blog needs.
This Week’s Art Marketing Articles April 9, 2016
Search engine optimization, or SEO, is an important aspect of any growing Art business with an online presence. However, not everyone has a huge budget. And if you’re just starting out, when SEO efforts are necessary, your budget is invariably tight. The good news is some of the most effective SEO tips cost next to nothing.
Website Traffic is a must if you want people to see your art online. How can you sell your online art if nobody sees it?
Driving traffic to your art website should be your primary focus. While traffic may be all well and good, what you want is targeted website traffic. You want the people visiting your website to be potential prospects. You want them to be future customers.
There are so many tools available for artists to share their work. If you want to sell your art, you already know the importance of having your work seen by as many eyes possible. Twitter is competing vigorously with FaceBook. Twitter might be a social network for you to consider showcasing your art. In this article, you will discover how to showcase your art on Twitter.
Blogs are an excellent way to connect with the world and grow your art business. They help you reach a whole new audience, and they give your audience a way to get to know you and your artwork. A blog will help you build a community around your business. All of these are important for both growing your business and developing your blog following. There are seven features every blog needs not to get lost in the search engines.
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by Joe Pulizzi
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