Take note of your art achievements
Here is a bit of often under-appreciated advice I share with students in my workshop. I suggest they keep a log of their art achievements. It may be a simple Word document, with bullet points, under a date header that they occasionally revisit and update. In it they may wish to capture anything from tackling a new subject matter to landing a commission to bein... Read more..
Procrastination is the thief of time.
I am ready to branch out and take on a new topic as it applies to so many artists. You will have to stay tuned to find out the other big, common, website mistakes artists make, or download my workshop for a comprehensive view of this and other topics.
Often times artists find my site, or sit on one of my talks, or get my eBook and get all excited abo... Read more..
While on the topic of common website mistakes many artists make let me add this big one:
10) No shopping cart
Does your site offer a shopping cart? If so, you are ahead of the curve. Your site undoubtedly takes time to maintain and keep up-to-date. You spend your valuable time, and/or hard earned money, maintaining your web presence. Why not have your site work for you by helping ... Read more..
Allow me to continue this blog series by describing yet another common artist website mistake many artists make. If you are new to this blog topic please see Part I, Part II, Part III, and Part IV where I discussed the first eight common website mistakes I see many artists make.
I’ll continue where I had left off with the next common website mistake:
9) No social media share but... Read more..
So far in this blog series (Part I, II, and III) I have addressed six common website mistakes I see many artists make. Are you one of them? I’ll continue in this post where I left off.
7) Not using your website email
Most artists that email me are using an email provider such as: gmail, yahoo, hotmail, mac, and optonline rather than their own website domain email. As a result th... Read more..