Tuesday, December 8, 2009

11 Essential Elements of Every Artist's Website

Introducing a A 39-Page E-book that every artist must read. If you are clueless about how to go about setting up you own online art gallery. Here is an e-book worth reading.

In the book, you'll learn:
  • What art collectors expect from an artist website
  • Why you need to avoid Flash
  • How to set up your website for maximum success
  • How to avoid common mistakes
  • How to avoid annoying your site visitors and driving them away
Your online presence needs to begin with a good old-fashioned website. Your website is you “home base”…your “hub.” If you branch out into other online tools……great…..but your website is where you and your visitors begin and end. Since your web site is your “home base”, you need to make sure that it includes certain information and features that art collectors have come to expect. We have learned what works, what doesn’t and what art buyers expect. This e-book represents a compilation of the most important elements and best practices that should be included on every artist’s website.

Listen to what artist, Tommy Thompson says about this book:

"Clint, Thanks for publishing your E-Book entitled "11 Essential Elements for Every Artist''s Web Site," especially the information about subdividing collections to allow visitors to narrow down the kinds of artwork they want to view without wading through too many images. After reading that section, we decided to completely reorganize my web site by sub-dividing my landscapes according to subject matter. This seems to be a much more logical approach. For example, we now have "Landscapes with Horses," "Barns and Farms," "Memories of Maine and Rhode Island," "Canadian Rockies Remembered," "Other Landscapes," etc. Within a few minutes my site was completely reorganized, thanks to FineArtStudioOnline's fabulous system. Without your simplified system, it would have taken us days to accomplish this task. Thanks, Clint, for providing a solution to web site management especially for artists. All the Best, Tommy Thompson (tommythompsonart.com)."

About the author, Clint

Clint Watson calls himself a “Software Craftsman and Art Fanatic.” Even as a child, his two main passions were tinkering with computer programming and creating art. After graduating with an Information Systems degree in 1993, Clint became a partner at a major national art gallery. He spent the next eleven years learning the art marketing game and creating art-related web sites. Realizing that the Internet was destined to play an ever-increasing role in the marketing strategy of artists, in 2001, he launched FineArtStudioOnline.com, a website creation tool and marketing system for fine artists. He subsequently left the gallery business and now focuses all of his attention on helping his artist clients create websites and providing them with marketing ideas, opportunities and advice.
Clint lives in San Antonio and the virtual world. He often takes time out to enjoy the great outdoors.

If the ebook does not meet your expectations or if you believe Clint is not holding up my end of the professional relationship, he promises to refund your money.

Feel free to contact me at clint@fineartviews.com if you have any questions
*If you are already a paying FineArtStudioOnline customer (Basic or Gold plan), then we want to give you this e-book as a special gift. You can download it inside your FineArtStudioOnline control panel by clicking on "Marketing Center"

If you are NOT currently a FineArtStudioOnline customer, go ahead and purchase the book now, and there is a special coupon at the end of the book for you to get a rebate of the purchase price, should you later become a FineArtStudioOnline customer.

This 39 page e-book is only $28

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