Blog Improves Art Print Sales

Pixels.com and the Fine Art America partnered print on demand websites are great and a blog improves art print sales even more.

Blog Improves Art Print Sales
Google responds to Pixels.com’s pretty well for interested buyers if you have the trouble to market yourself using their inside tools.

Could you improve traffic to your Pixels.com profiles attracting people who do not know anything about any of its associated  print on demand services?

I think you can.

Building an outside blog can be your solution:

  • Articles about art attract people to you blog.
    • Search engines react to written stuff. So, words are a must. Write about anything artistic that you think buyers would be interested in and that drive your passion to write.
    • Someone interest in such subjects will reach your blog to read it and will get in contact with you and your many links and ads directing to your profiles.
  • You will become an authority on art.
    • There is no use fighting it. People respect the published. Even the auto published. Take advantage of that as people will start to respect your opinion about art. That will help you promote your art and maybe other artists you write about.
  • Post your individual artwork records in the Pixels.com stores and tell a story about them, or about the technique you used to accomplish that piece. Those post will link to the page selling that artwork.
  • Fill your blog with links to your Pixels.com stores and get better ranked with them. In the control panel of FAA (behind the scenes) under the tab “Marketing”, you will see an image of binoculars that say
    • Use “Artwork Page Sponsorships.” on your blog to better expose your art inside all Pixels.com associated websites.
  • Create your shopping cart in your blog by using the Pixels.com widget.
  • Building and marketing a website can be a lot of fun and it can even bring you extra revenue with third-party affiliate programs.

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2 thoughts on “Blog Improves Art Print Sales

  • February 27, 2016 at 3:06 am
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    Starting a blog sounds like a great way to support an art hobby, especially for someone starting out. Although I’m not sure I know much about art or if anyone would want to hear my opinion. I just like pretty pictures and love the look of oil paintings. I’m into more simplistic pieces of art, nothing too busy. I’m not familiar with pixels – can you fill me in on a little bit about them? I would like to learn more about it.

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    • February 27, 2016 at 9:12 am
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      Hello, Shannon,

      Thank you for stopping by. // Any apreciation, simplistic or “educated” (no such thing in my opinion) is valueable and should be respected the same way. The internet brough up , since the mid 2000’s an oportunuity for visual (static) artists to sell their work in the form of prints. The artist registers a profile to their servers and uploads a number of his artwork into a personal gallery. Customres can acces that onder pieces of art in various forms that will be delivered to their home. (just like amazon)

      Try taking a peek at storefront at FAA and, I think, it will clear any doubts that you might still have.

      Many depositories from other artists (photographers included) are also available there.

      Cheers!

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