I’m often asked by artists which Art Biz Coach resources might be best for them. The thread that holds my material together is the emphasis on action. But the book, the classes, the membership program, and my consulting are all very different. Think about what YOU need most. [...]
According to my unscientific method of discerning the best of the Art Biz Blog from the past year, these posts rose to the top of the crop of 219 posts to date. [...]
Blurb launches new e-book productions, Robert Genn talks artist co-ops, tax changes are in store for 2012, and Francis Bacon & JAM Whistler impart wisdom. [...]
Even if you visit the Art Biz Blog weekly, you may not know that there is an archive of podcasts and newsletters here or that you can subscribe via email. Read about what else is available to you. [...]
The Art Newspaper recently reported that the gallery system is structurally weak. How are your galleries doing? [...]
Square credit card processor makes it easy for anyone in the U.S. with a smart phone to accept and process credit cards. There are downsides to every form of accepting credit cards, but I’m quite pleased with Square and see little risk in encouraging you to give it a try. [...]
While the Art Marketing Action podcast was closed down last fall, there are still 189 episodes on iTunes. To my amazement, more and more artists continue to find these old, but still relevant, audio programs. Maybe some of them will speak to you. [...]
It’s been a couple of years since I posted a list of software for storing your inventory and contact lists. Not a lot has changed, but it’s time to post an update. [...]
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Facebook wants to categorize your business page and, as with most things on Facebook, it isn’t intuitive what you should select. In 3 short steps, you’ll find the Artist category. [...]