Online Marketing for Artists
Learn to sell your art online
May 2, 2016 at 9:22 PM
Hi Corey and Natalie,
I am so sorry I missed the call today, I got stuck with something at work but I have been putting in tons of time on the worksheets and making changes according to your advice. As you suggested I cut down on my long bio down a lot and combined it into the about page. After I did the “Why” worksheets I came up with a short statement addressing the client directly and I think it leads nicely right into the About page. It looks so simple but it sure took A LOT of time to get it to this point. Wow! Here is the link if you want to see it.
Natalie Mcguire says
May 9, 2016 at 1:59 PM
WOW!!! You’ve made tremendous progress on your site since our last call!
The copy feels much more succinct, to-the-point and dialed in, and it’s much more obvious what is for sale and how to buy from you. Well done!
Yvonne Hajdu-Cronin says
May 9, 2016 at 2:55 PM
Hi Cory & Natalie,
I’m sorry I’m missing the calls so much, I have a question about the most recent module.
I have more than one goal. I do commissions, yet I also have a “shop” of ready-made art, and I’m looking into offering prints and greeting cards as a lower price point in the future.
Should I make the commissions the primary goal?
Or could I have 2 goals above the fold side by side: commission me and shop (and the shop could include both originals and prints)
What do you think?
cory huff says
May 9, 2016 at 3:47 PM
Hi Yvonne, I would probably adopt the strategy of making lower-price originals and prints as the primary goal. Make list opt-ins the secondary goal.
Both of these get people on your list, and allows you to upsell them on commissions and more expensive pieces later.
May 16, 2016 at 2:16 PM
That’s hard advice for me since I actually wish to do more commissions, but it’s probably the most profitable for right now.
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