2 Key Elements Your Art Blog Must Have

Are you ready to get serious about your art blog?  Do you want your art blog to be successful and have lots of readers and subscribers? Then you need to focus on two key elements. What are they? The first key element that your art blog must have is being self-hosted.  The second key element […]

How to Sell Art Online – Overcoming Cynicism and Skepticism (Part 2)

When you want to sell art online, you’ve got to be totally transparent with your customers. How do you do that? When there’s bad news, your job as a blogger and internet art business entrepreneur is to TELL the truth, NOT hide it. Some years back, Joe Polish, who teaches my kind of marketing to […]

How to Sell Art Online – Overcoming Cynicism and Skepticism

When you sell art online, your biggest enemy is cynicism and skepticism. And that’s why you’ll win the online art selling game by exposing truth, not hiding it. A few years back there was a huge securities fraud suit against ten leading Wall Street investment firms. The analysts were in bed with the brokers. (Big […]

3 Keys to Building Your Art Brand Online

Have you ever wondered what is the basis of building a strong art brand online?  Have you wanted to build an art brand online but was not sure how to do it? There is a lot of talk these days about building brands.  There’s lots of books on the subject and lots of articles about […]

Networking for Art Career Success: Contacts, Connections, Clout

Have you thought about how important networking is for your art career success?  Are you using the “clout” of your art world connections for your art career success? If you’ve been reading my blog posts or if you purchased my eBook Secrets to Selling Art, it should be getting very clear by now that the […]

Starting a Successful Art Blog – You Only Get to Keep What You Give Away

Have you ever thought about what was at the heart of a successful art blog? Have you ever wondered about the real essence of an art blog, what are the guiding and underlying principles that will make it a true success? A lot of artists out there trying to start up their art blog and […]

Networking for Career Success in New York City Art Galleries

Are you looking to grow your art career?  Do you want to become a professional artist?  I have three little words for you:  Network, Network, Network. Networking is the main way that business gets done in any industry around the world.  Networking is tried and true.  Nothing works better to grow your career than networking. […]

Secrets of New York City Art Galleries – More Level 4 Galleries

Art galleries in major markets such as New York City can be difficult to understand.  There are a wide range of galleries in these markets and each one can cater to a very specialized market. There are levels to these galleries, what I call the “Pyramidal Hierarchy” in my ebook  “Secrets to Selling Art.”    […]

Artists: Do You Have A Killer USP?

Flaccid USP Warning Sign #3 is when: Your customer is more in control of the transaction than you are. He DEMANDS terms, concessions, price & delivery. When the receptionist puts his call through, she says, “Fidel Castro on line 2.” Do people call you up or email you and say, “I want this list of […]

‘Boy, Do I Feel Crabby!’

In one episode of the Peanuts comic strip, Lucy announces, “Boy, do I feel crabby!” Her little brother, Linus, is quick to try to rescue his sister.  “Maybe, I can be of help.  Why don’t you just take my place here in front of the TV while I go and fix you a nice snack? […]

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