You know that you need a professional website if you want to sell anything, but you don't have the money to hire a great designer. Even if you did, would they know how to make it sell your art? Heck, you're not really sure yourself.
Maybe you've tried to do your website yourself, but you feel like you're terrible at designing or organizing it. You want it to be simple and not so overwhelming, and you can't figure out how to do that. All these hurdles are creating an inferiority complex.
Or maybe you're too afraid to even get started.
After all, if you can't squeeze anything remotely professional out of it, how are you going to sell your art? And if you can't sell your art... what happens to your dream?
But despite the fear, your heart is pulling you in this direction. You can't afford not to take a leap of faith and put yourself out there.
You want a website all your own - not through Etsy or some other crafty platform. You want it to showcase and sell your art so you can live your purpose as an artist who inspires and gives joy to people.
All you need is someone who knows how to build the website you want to grab your hand, pull you in the right direction and tell you exactly what you need to know.
These simple rules will help you "just do it".
Your action plan. If you are starting from nothing this will get you up and running with as little as one page! If your website needs a major revamp, it'll tell you what to work on, in what order. You'll be able to skip the "website under construction" sign and missing out on leads & sales.
How to decide what you should be featuring most prominently on your site so you can focus your attention on helping customers fall in love.
If you can't make up your mind what website builder to use, this will help you evaluate the features you need vs. the price. Don't make the wrong choice and have to start from scratch, again.
What you need to start an email list on your website without the bells and whistles. Gain confidence and scale up from there so analysis paralysis doesn't take over.
Give every page a job by planning where you want your visitors to go, what you want them to do and guiding their experience.
Map out a consistent look throughout your site using fonts, colors, headlines and image treatments that'll make your site look like you hired a designer.
You are purchasing a course on a platform called Teachable. You'll be able to access the lessons anytime on Teachable, save them to your phone or print them off to read and fill out.
Currently, PDF slideshows accompany in-depth worksheets. Videos will be added in the near future (resulting in a price increase).
That's totally up to you. You could easily read through all the lessons in one day, but I recommend implementing each lesson as you read it for maximum impact.
If you completed one lesson every other day (a reasonable pace to read and implement for a busy artist), you would be finished in just two weeks.
You can pay by either credit card (Visa, American Express, MasterCard) or PayPal.
Shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.