Artist, Painter or Photographer – Internet Marketing and Social Media Tips

Artist should promote themselves by using key words to make their art pieces search within the web. Also, when making a piece you can make a YouTube video to promote your piece explaining how you made the piece and display a piece. Also, make a Facebook fan page and a twitter account using all picture and visual elements to display your work people will look more at pictures and videos then read something. Lastly, send print samples to bloggers that blog about art that are well known in the blogging community. They can get your work out there and help promote you as an artist.

(Lauren Hopper)

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2 thoughts on “Artist, Painter or Photographer – Internet Marketing and Social Media Tips

  1. Lauren, I like how this video gives some good tips about artwork, and how simple things like giving a specific name to paintings like, “Downtown Mystic, Connecticut” instead of a generic name like, “landscape or cityscape” will enhance the chances of people finding your work and purchasing it. I also like how he give advice to also make a video of the piece and post it on YouTube- this is awesome advice because YouTube and Google are best friends in the internet world and when people search for something, for example. “Mystic Connecticut” my painting now has a better chance of being seen from me naming it with a specific name but by also posting it on another site like YouTube. Basically what I learned was to be specific when naming my pieces, and to also post my work on multiple sites so it has a better chance of showing up in someone’s search.

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