Best of the Art Marketing Action Podcasts

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.

A few juicy ones

These are 5 of the best episodes (IMO) you can look up quickly on iTunes or click on the title next to the episode to listen on this blog.

Episode 27: Open Yourself to Possibility (practice saying Yes)

Episode 9: Get Better Results with a Personal Plea (personalize your email)

Episode 44: Exceed Expectations (in every way)

Episode 60: Believe in Your Art (you can’t sell something you don’t believe in)

Episode 94: Offer an Upgrade (yes, you can upsell your art!)

Do you have a favorite Art Marketing Action podcast episode?



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3 comments to Best of the Art Marketing Action Podcasts

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  • I love the podcasts, and sometimes I listen to them when I am cleaning my studio. They help inspire and motivate me. My absolute favorite is the Body of Work podcast, which I listen to over and over again.
    It resonated with me before I had created a body of work, and continues to inspire to me to make art in a whole-istic way- each piece contributing to a greater whole. Bring them back Alyson, I say!!

    • Elaine: I’m glad you like that one. An oldie, but goodie. And it was probably before I took voice lessons, so even nicer of you to listen to it.

      I have saved my audio for teleseminars and the Artist Conspiracy. As I tell all of my students “You can’t do it all” and I had to make a hard choice.

      Thanks for being a loyal fan.

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