What Does It Take to Earn an Art Sale Online?

What does it take to earn an art sale online?
Getting an art sale online starts with your customers knowing you, liking you, and trusting you

What do you think it takes to get your customers to actually make a purchase of your original art online?

What does it Really take to earn an art sale online?

Sometimes it can take just a little bit of luck, like being on the right page at the right time. Sometimes, it's random. Most of the time, though, it's an earned sale.

And how do you earn your art sales? How do you earn referrals? How do you earn your art business online?

I believe it starts with your customers knowing you, liking you, and trusting you. And that comes from writing the best persuasive copy and information for your customers, time and time again. Also, it comes from creating wonderful human interactions with your customers so they will know, like, and trust you.

People do business with people that they know, trust, and like. So the art sale starts first by building trust with your audience online.

But that's not all ... I believe earned sales come from tracking your actions and learning what's working, what's not, and then how to make successful changes.

I use an email newsletter as my primary source to reach my audience and then convert my audience members into paying customers.

Could your online art business use some more paying customers?

If so, then try an email newsletter for yourself and see the difference it can make for you.

I use Aweber as my email newsletter provider.  They are the gold standard in the email newsletter business. I have used them for years and found that they provide excellent customer service.

But the main thing Aweber does better than anyone else is that they get more messages through the spam filters. As a result, more messages get in your customers inboxes. And than means more messages read and more art sales.

Aweber has a one month free trial. Give them a test drive. I know you'll love them as much as I do.

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