Jason Horejs writes specifically about art. His blog today is about keeping in touch with your art collectors. He states that "you may be overlooking your best marketing opportunity: Selling to collectors who have purchased your work in the past." His advice is always first rate and practical.
If you want your art to be seen and sold, click to read his article.
... from Carolyn Hancock
How to sell your art: the biggest changes have been in the last 10 years, cycling from gallery representation only to online everything and individual contacts. The buzz word now for your personal contacts is your "tribe." Mark Edward Adams, featured writer for FASO, always writes practical, common sense information for the artist. If you want to sell, read his articles, The Long Tail of the Art World and Promoting your Work with No Money.
The February PSST newsletter contained a little snippet by Carolyn Hancock on getting press exposure:
The idea was continued in an article written by Mark Edward Adams for Fine Art Views newsletter. Although his coverage was on a grander scale, the process is the same whether a TV show or local publication: Do the prep and make the job smooth and easy. Take five to read Public Relations for Artists.
PSST Blog is written by Carolyn Hancock