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3 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Blog About Your Art

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It’s pretty understandable that as a creative person, you may be curious about the potential advantages of blogging about your art. However, the thought of writing about your practice in this way can also be quite intimidating. There may seem…

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How to Write Effectively About Your Own Artwork

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If there is one task that has filled many an artist with dread down the generations, it is that of writing articulately and clearly about their own work. On one hand, writing about art may seem to be one of…

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Why Do Collectors Go Online?

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Far from wanting to write an article 10 years out of date, I will start with some well-worn facts and move on from there. The online art market is huge; the online art market currently stands at around £1.57 billion…

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8 Artists in control of their branding

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A few months ago we wrote an article about how important the idea of branding is for artists. We talked about building an identity, sharing the stories behind your work, and gaining publicity through various sources. For this article we’ve…

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20 Ways to Use Social Media More Effectively

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Mark Duffin Internet

Do you often find you can’t keep up with social media? Have you been neglecting some of your accounts because you aren’t can’t see how they’re benefitting your art? With Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Tumblr, blogs, Google+, Instagram to name a…

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Exhibiting Your Art Part 5 – How to Market Your Exhibition

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Sarah Young

  Welcome to the final part in our Exhibiting your Art blog series, in which we’ll be looking at how to market and promote your exhibition. Whether you are organising an independent show, working with a commercial gallery, or participating…

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5 ways to improve your artist blog

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We wrote an article a while back explaining the benefits of keeping an artist blog. We thought we’d recap on a few of those tips, as well as providing some up-to-date advice! Set yourself a blogging schedule This is really…

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Getting the Most Out of Your Website Part 4: Design

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Welcome to our latest article, ‘Getting the Most Out of Your Website Part 4: Design’. This is the last article in this series, and will focus on how you can develop your own individual website design, without going over the…

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Use Social Media to increase traffic to your website

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Welcome to our latest article, ‘Getting the Most Out of Your Website Part 3: Increasing Traffic to Your Site Via Social Media’. For many artists, social media and publicising your website or work on the Internet is already a major…

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Getting the Most Out of Your Website Part 2: ‘Making it Clear’

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Welcome back to our ‘Getting the most out of your website’ series! In Part 2 we are focussing on ‘Making it Clear’ – covering all aspects of getting your message across to your site’s visitors, and hopefully encouraging them to…

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