I've had an art website for many years now, and it has gone through several make-overs. We all learn as we go, and we improve in the process. Here are some things I've learned:
giving them the hard sell.
it with their social media sites. Now let's say that certain someone has a large following, and
sharing your work on their social media site could mean big exposure towards your
work and website. Yet the opportunity slips through your fingers because sharing your
content was difficult for that viewer. So add share buttons. Whatever server/program you
use, there will be an easy way to do it.
located in a setting option somewhere on your website builder editor. Although it doesn't
physically show up on your website, it shows up on search engines and helps search
engines find and rank your website. If you forget to add a description about your website, your
website listing in search engines will look bland and empty. Giving search engines nothing
to work with to help rank your website on its search pages.
type of Important information your audience might want to know about might include: An
about page, an updated news/event page, artwork information, contact page, social media links
and any FAQ or terms and conditions.
from. Although this information is available to artists, many don't use it to their advantage. Use
it to devise a marketing plan accordingly. This can increase the chances of bringing more
traffic to your site without having to work too hard. For example: If you notice traffic is being brought to your site from Facebook, consider increasing your marketing efforts there.
your website. This allows you to continue your relationship with your fan base, while also
giving them another way to keep in touch with you.
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