Monday, April 04, 2016

Display your art online - for free

The fourth article in my series of "Cost effective ideas for artists" is all about how you can get your art online for free.

'Display your art online - for free' is now available in the May edition of The Artist.

A sample of the latest article in the May edition
This article looks at:
  • how to share your art and ways to get your art seen online for free
  • how you can improve your chances of your art being seen using social media
  • why it's essential to be mobile friendly
  • how to avoid some nasty surprises - in terms of time, effort and money
  • what costs are involved if you choose to pay third parties for your site
  • tips relating to the money side - and selling your art online
In addition you can find out more about ​E-commerce for artists on my website. 

Before you start selling online you NEED TO KNOW the rules and regulations which relate both to selling online on your own account and via third parties.

You can buy 'The Artist' at all good newsagents in the UK - but you can also subscribe and read it online as a digital magazine. It also has a lot of other good content of interest to many artists!

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