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Sunday
Nov152009

Technology: The Digital Age

A.C.T.'s Web Marketing Mentor helps you unravel the mystery and confusion of websites and both online and print marketing so you can make informed decisions, save money, and get back to doing what you love - making art.

The digital age is here and online marketing is no longer optional for artists.  As a starting point you'll need a website (as an online brochure). Because whether YOU think you need it or not, people will be online Googling you. You might as well have some control over what they see. What if they Googled you and you weren't there?

For online marketing to really work for you, you'll need a well-round assortment of marketing strategies combining both online and more traditional methods.  A multi-faceted approach because each facet supports and reinforces the other and it gives you more exposure. And as we like to say around here, "Exposure = Success."  It's so true. You want to be remembered, and you'll want to stay visible so they don't forget about you and your art.

Deciding where, and when, to spend your time and money on marketing can be confusing and scary. Costs can escalate quickly. How do you know what you need and what you don't?

Start here and read Part 1 of an 8-part series called: Affordable Marketing That Really Works For You. Then keep reading and do please email if I can answer any questions:  Robin@ArtistCareerTraining.com

All my best to you and yours,
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