HOW TO SELL YOUR ART ONLINE: A Guide to Living a Successful Creative Life on Your Own Terms

January 13, 2020 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

Highly recommended for doing just what it says on the cover! even though this is an American book, the main premise of being a self-representing artist and all the practicalities discussed in this extremely useful publication are relevant anywhere. He quite rightly dismisses the old idea of the ‘starving artist’ having to sacrifice earning money to make beautiful art – either do it as a hobby, or get out there and sell, it is a business at the end of the day! One small criticism is that fairly often the artists quoted are those selling work for many…

Anonymous says:

Clear / Concise… I follow Cory’s podcasts etc.I thought the book would be ok (going over what he says on his site) but I found it better than what I hoped for because it is clear and concise.I especially like the clear and simple tips about social media. I’ve been using twitter for ages, his tips to get on Instagram was great (I never bothered before).I use the book as a reference when adding bits to my site etc and recently used it to make a new website using a new wordpress…

Anonymous says:

All-in-all I enjoyed this book and thought it was useful All-in-all I enjoyed this book and thought it was useful, well-written and clear. I’ll list some pros and cons, because I think this would be useful to potential buyers.Pros:- Nice presentation, paper, layout. Good quality printing (apart from the illustrations).- Concise and to the point, no superfluous waffle to wade through to get to the useful information.- Friendly in tone, the author seems very approachable.- The information inside is up-to-date and although…

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