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Category Archives for "Artist Business Plan"

Apr 02

Spring Season 2019

By Jessica Craddock

It’s April 2nd! You know what that means? It’s the day after my wedding anniversary (yes, I got married on April Fools Day, on purpose. Mostly so I could remember the date, but also because that’s our style). It’s officially been Spring for two weeks in the Northern Hemisphere. Aaand… it’s the second quarter of the […]

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Feb 26

How to Sell Art Online: The Big Basics

By Jessica Craddock

I want to make sure you have the big basics to selling art online nailed down. Knowing these will get you further than any single selling tactic out there.  The information is organized more like Color Theory than Architectural Drawing 101. I will teach you the basic rules, then you can decide if you prefer to […]

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Feb 16

Artist’s Online Business Plan

By Jessica Craddock

  In this epic article: Why do you want to sell art (hint: it’s deeper than money) check See your dream come to life​​​​ check 5 decisions artists need to make for an online business planKnow the reasons people buy art(click title to scroll)*This post may contain an affiliate link, which means I will either […]

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Aug 21

The Reasons Why I Shouldn’t Sell Art

By Jessica Craddock

I was recently asked, “If you know so much, why aren’t you selling your own art?”It’s a great question – and one that’s probably gone through many of your minds at one point or another – so I’d like to address it as honestly as I can. Art is something that I love to do. I […]

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Jul 17

Use Facts to Stop Working for Free

By Jessica Craddock

Most people waste time on the wrong things. You already know this. Last week you buckled down. You made it a goal to stop wasting time on social media and tv. You even put in a full 40 hour work week. You organized your files, made your website a little prettier and put together some canvases.

These tasks are all well and good and have to get done. When you’re a starving artist with a limited budget you don’t have a choice but to do ‘all the things’.

You made an A+ effort – you’re just spending all your time working on the wrong…

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