Selling Your Art 3-Part Series Pt.2: Selling Your Art Online
Selling your art can feel very daunting for many artists and if you add to the equation the world of e-commerce, social media platforms, online galleries & market places this whole process can feel even more overwhelming and confusing.
In this 2 hour webinar you will learn:
- Most common misconceptions artists have about selling art online
- How to build and nurture your mailing list so you create meaningful relationships that can lead to sales
- Key features that your website needs to have in order to generate sales and grow your following
- How to create compelling content that tells your story and grabs your audience attention in your email blasts and social media posts
- Marketing strategies used by artists who are successfully selling their art online
About the Speaker
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