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Category Archives for "Increase Art Sales"

The Artist Market Successful Marketing Plan for Artists
May 14

Build an art business that starts with you

By Jessica Craddock

  In this epic article:  Intro: Build an art business that starts with youIdentify your Ideal Art BuyerContent that connectsSimplify your marketingBuild your relationshipsShift your mindset I’ve had a hard time lately nailing down a weekly tip “series” I’ve felt inspired to share – something that would bring real value to your life and make […]

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The Artist Market Successful Marketing Plan for Artists
Oct 28

Improve your confidence so you can sell art

By Jessica Craddock

  In this epic article: Exercise #1: Create an already done listExercise #2: Step into your futureExercise #3: Identify your biggest gap(click title to scroll) “So I have a teeny tiny mailing list, like 30 people,” she said as she explained her marketing strategies during our first Engaging Social Posts class last week. I immediately reared […]

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The Artist Market | Successful Marketing Plan for Artists
Mar 05

5 Done for You Social Media Posts

By Jessica Craddock

Hey you, Are you tired of coming up with social media posts? I’m feeling a little creative today so I thought I’d mix things up…  Every week I send you a tip to help your artist website business take off. Sometimes you take action. Sometimes you don’t. Sometimes you don’t even read it, amiright? No hard feelings, I know […]

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make more money per art sale using packages
Jul 10

Earn More Money per Sale using Art Packages

By Jessica Craddock

Do you wish you could charge more for each of your pieces, but you already feel like they’re priced right and are afraid higher prices will hurt your sales? There is a better way! It just requires a little creative brainstorming and a new way of offering your art for sale.

Some call it upselling, but the idea behind art packages is a little more targeted. You want to provide extra value to an item the customer already wants to buy, without outpricing buyers who can’t afford more.

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