Email Marketing for Artists: Download the Free Guide
You need a marketing plan. You’ve got to sell more of your work. Especially because then, you could make even more. (Not that you’re letting anything stop you.)
But you’re an artist.
You muck around in messy media, pouring your emotions into your craft. You’re really not interested in making sales pitches, petitioning stores for shelf space or haggling over prices.
So how are you going to make sales?
With the Art of Email Marketing
Marketing your art can be an art in itself. You start with a vision. You set up your materials. You paint a pretty picture to draw people to you. And you express yourself in your emails.
Once you get going, creating those emails will come naturally to you. After all, you’ll just present your art to people who’ve asked to hear about it.
But the technical bits and the strategy part have to be learned. That’s where we come in – we know a thing or two about email marketing, including how to break it down for beginners.
So in the medium of email, we’ll be your instructors.
In This Guide, You’ll Learn:
- How to use email to build relationships with readers
- 4 places to collect subscribers online
- 4 ways to ask for subscriptions offline
- How to use QR codes to collect subscribers
- Tips on merging Etsy with email
- Instructions for creating video emails
- Ideas for the kinds of content you can send
- Five places you’ll find customer-driven content
- Examples from real-life artists
- And more!
The guide is free, so there’s no reason to spend one more day a starving artist (although we agree, it’s a very romantic occupation). Download it, follow it and start getting the word out about your art today.
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