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Does your art marketing business model include participating in and selling art at shows and fairs? It’s no surprise if you do. Shows are an important part of the marketing mix for many artists. It can be anything from near full-time occupation to a single annual artists’ studio show sponsored by your local art association.
Regardless of whether you are full-time traveling in a motorhome, working part-time and selling at some local swap meets or farmer’s markets, or taking part in select high-end shows, sharpening your art sales skills will help fatten your bottom line.
I am trying a new publishing concept. It involves creating in-depth content on a single subject. Then publishing the content on a separate website and domain name. This post is announcing my new HowtoSellArtAtShows.com site. I have borrowed a couple of posts from this site populate the new site. They have been updated and refined.
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I have written before about the benefit of keeping your focus on just one thing. In fact, I mentioned it in a recent post onHow Positive Thinking and Massive Action Make Success. If you missed that one, I recommend it to you.