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How To Be A Sell Out: Benefits of Using Your Own Artist Website

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You are an artist in a competitive market, you want and you need to sell work. Do not rely on others to do this for you; third party web-shop options, middle men, may not be the most efficient ways for…

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Space Without Limits: Online Art Exhibitions

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Technology has changed the way we think about space – it has taken on a new meaning, physical limits have become arbitrary and a notion of ‘unlimited’ space, inconceivable sweeping vistas of virtual plains unspool before us. Paradoxically, these spaces…

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5 ways to increase artwork sales through your website

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Here on the ArtWeb blog, we’ve talked a lot about how to get your website out there and generating more traffic – social media and online networking, newsletter mail-outs, postcards and business cards, holding exhibitions, networking face to face… Whatever…

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Getting the Most Out of Your Website

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Having control over your own website is great! Changes can be made quickly and easily, and you can add your own artistic touches whenever you feel like it. It does take a little care and attention though, so I figured…

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How To Build An Artists Website

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Here we discuss the different options for obtaining a website for your artwork. Briefly, you can do it yourself, get a friend to do it, pay a professional, or use a website management tool (CMS). [1]such as [ArtWeb http://www.artweb.com] Introduction Do I…

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