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Category Archives for "Artist Website Traffic"

get traffic to your artist website
Apr 16

Four Ways to Get Traffic to your Artist Website

By Jessica Craddock

  In this epic article: Get traffic with social media check Get traffic using other people’s audiencesGet traffic using keywordsGet traffic using word of mouthMake sure your method is working(click title to scroll) Did you know the Artist Market Co. came to be because I realized my website clients didn’t know how to market and […]

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get art website traffic with pinterest
Aug 07

Get more art website visitors using Pinterest

By Jessica Craddock

If you are desperately racking your brain trying to come up with ways to get eyeballs on your art website, look no further than Pinterest. It may sound cheesy, but Pinterest (done right) is a traffic machine. It’s free, it’s effective, and it keeps on giving unlike other social media channels. Once a pin takes off, you can get traffic off it for years.

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find creativity
Jun 26

How do you conjure creative sparks?

By Jessica Craddock

It’s 9 o’clock in the morning. You’ve scheduled the next two hours solely for the purpose of making art for your next show/commission/100 day project/fill-in-the-blank, so you sit down to make something and bam! a masterpiece is born. Right?

Maybe…

If not, what do you do? Do you…

Just sit there and stare at the canvas?
Move your brush around and hope something comes to you?
Look at other people’s art?
There is no wrong answer, but when you notice something actually works (and you think it worked once or twice before), make a mental note.

The next time you are bumbling around wondering how to start, you can pull that ritual out of your imaginary toolbox and see if it works again.

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Jun 21

What’s in your tool belt?

By Jessica Craddock

Sometimes having an art business can feel a little overwhelming, right? It feels like there are still 1483+ skills you need to master for you’ll be able to ‘make it’.

While you may not know everything, I guarantee you have a lot more in your tool belt than you realize.

Try something. Take out a sheet of paper or a note-taking app and write down all the things you are good at or know a lot about.

It might look something like this…

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