How to Place Older Artwork on Your Website

Artists who are concerned about showing older work can give it secondary links from the primary art pages on a website. If you’re proud of the work and it’s still for sale, there’s no reason to remove it from your site, but you might not want it featured. Use descriptive categories and treat every page as if someone might land there first—before seeing the home page.

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Art Marketing Action Podcast: Placing Older Art on Your Website

The podcast is an audio version of the post with the same content. Artists who are concerned about showing older work can give it secondary links from the primary art pages on a website. If you’re proud of the work and it’s still for sale, there’s no reason to remove it from your site, but you might not want it featured.

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Art Marketing Action + Podcast: Create a Style Sheet for Your Website and Blog

Are the colors, font styles, and font sizes consistent on your art website and blog? Creating a style sheet to use as a guideline will 1) give your site a more professional look and 2) make it easier on you because you no longer have to spend time worrying about what color or font to use.

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