Subliminal Imaging: Warming Up People to Your Art

If you ever hesitate to use the same image in more than one self-promotion piece, remember this story about why I selected a specific piece of art to use in my newsletter. Familiarity can be a good thing. At least that’s my theory.

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Master Your Digital Images

When you’re asked to provide someone with a digital file of one of your images that is 355 ppi and 400 pixels on the longest side, can you do it within 15-20 minutes? Don’t be hindered by an inability to use technology effectively. And don’t interrupt others for help with something that you should know how to do.

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Snap Photos of Your Art In Situ

Barbara Wisnoski, Field

Photographs of your art in situ add a whole new dimension to the presentation of your work. In art, in situ means the place where the artwork is installed or exhibited. Rather than showing the work by itself, photograph it in a likely environment.

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Art Marketing Action Podcast: In Situ Photographs of Your Art

Audio version of the newsletter. This podcast discusses the use of in situ photographs of your artwork: where to photograph and what to take into consideration.

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Make It Easy for Others to Promote Your Art

Which would you rather embrace: The great publicity, goodwill, and friendships that come when others can promote your art (properly!), or the possibility that someone somewhere at some point might use your images improperly? Do what you can to protect your images properly, but don’t be so fearful that you miss out on opportunities for others to promote your art for you. Make it easy to be talked about!

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Art Marketing Action + Podcast: Show off!

Don’t wait for someone else to show off your achievements. We might eventually uncover the juicy stuff in your résumé, but don’t make us work that hard. Show us with images on your website, blog, and Facebook page. But don’t let any images compete with your artwork.

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