Lots of artists ask me my opinions about their websites. I have a chapter about it in my book, I teach Do’s and Don’ts of artists’ websites in my workshops, and I schedule teleseminars on the topic. Here are some basics.
I’m teaming up with Pat Velte of Whitewing Design to help artists enhance their online presence. From now through October 8, you can get a website makeover or a completely new site, but you have to act now. Pat can only take on so many clients!
Launching a website or blog involves more than just building content, publishing it, and then telling everyone about it. You need to entice and pique the curiosity of site visitors.
The new Art Biz Coach will be unveiled next week. Now, I want to take you on a tour of where Art Biz Coach has been over the past 8+ years and how it has evolved–design-wise. No details. Just fun pictures.
Audio version of the post with the same name. Creating an entirely new website or blog is overwhelming. Tweaking what you already have is easier! Implementing even a couple of these 11 ideas will make a big dent in the way your website functions.
You can’t just build a website and wait for the traffic to pick up. You have to encourage visits consistently. Here are 15 techniques that I use to get people to click on my website. Use them to start the wheels churning.
Audio version of the newsletter. You can’t just build a website and wait for the traffic to pick up. You have to encourage visits consistently. Here are fifteen techniques to start the wheels churning.
It would be an error to give all of your information in a handout or email. I’m encouraging you to create a special FAQs page so that people must visit your site to get the information they want. You don’t want to turn people off. You approach it with a spirit of generosity. You’re helping them out!