Want to have your article or art seen by thousands of artists who are trying to figure out how to build a successful art business? PLEASE NOTE: TAA only accepts submissions from people who work in the fine art industry. Artists, gallerists, curators, and technologists who either sell art or help others sell art.
Guest posts on selling art – online or offline. Do you have any neat little tricks that you’ve discovered? How are you meeting with success? Perhaps even a few words of advice from artists who’ve been in the game for a while?
- Reach tens of thousands of artists.
- Share your knowledge with the community – give back!
- Get some fame & recognition (Tim’s post shows up on a Google search for Imagekind, Melissa’s post has been featured on Brazen Careerist twice).
- Get some links back to your website and show off some great pictures of your work.
As soon as possible! Do you have a great blog post idea? Send it on over!
Use the contact form below. Send me your blog post idea(s). Keep them brief and to the point. If I like your pitch idea, I’ll email you back ASAP with timelines and further instructions.
If you send me an already written post, I may send it back for revisions. I won’t be republishing anything that’s already posted elsewhere.
SEOs take note: I won’t be publishing any content-thin articles with your keyword-rich link. Your article needs to be deep, relevant, and useful to the artist entrepreneur audience. See example posts below for what gets published. If it looks like you didn’t read this page, I’ll just delete your email.
Artists Featured on The Abundant Artist:
The best guest post on TAA ever: How to Write A Killer Sales Page for Your Artist Website. It doesn’t get much better than this.
Melissa Dinwiddie – a four-part series on how her business mistakes led her to creating a new, abundant lifestyle. Warning: it was hard.
Natasha Wescoat’s amazing break down on how she made $50,000 selling art on Facebook.
Tim Aldridge – Power user tips for Imagekind.
Hannah Piper Burns – How to write an Artist’s Statement That Doesn’t Suck.