Aug 17

Chris Brogan Twitter Tips

We really can’t deny the fact that businesses are testing out Twitter as part of their steps into the social media landscape. You can say it’s a stupid application, that no business gets done there, but there are too many of us (including me) that can disagree and point out business value. I’m not going to address the naysayers much with this. Instead, I’m going to offer thoughts for people looking to use Twitter for business. And by “business,” I mean anything from a solo act to a huge enterprise customer.

… read more here and here

 

Aug 16

250+ Places Artists Can Sell Online

~ Courtesy of Artsyshark.com

1.   3BStreet - A fun and quirky site with great visuals where you get your own animated storefront. Artist participation is juried, with a monthly fee as low at $9.95 per month + 3% of all transactions.

2.   500px.com – Photography site – store your photos, share them and sell them. Features work of beginners to experts. Sell your work by opening a “store” account, which is available to free as well as paid memberships.

3.   AbsoluteArts – Claiming to be “the most trafficked contemporary arts site” it offers levels from free to premier. Artist bio/statement and portfolio displayed with shopping cart.

4.    AbstractArtistGallery - Not an e-commerce site, this is a database of living abstract artists that presents work and includes a link to the artists website to drive traffic there. Juried; they request a donation from artists who are included.

5.    AffordableBritishArt (UK Site) – Artists sell their work with no middleman, commission free, but there is a charge to have an account (4 tiered levels). You must have a PayPal account to receive payment for your work.

6.    Aftcra - This site calls themselves “the place to buy and sell one-of-a-kind goods proudly crafted by American hands.” Set up a storefront here for free, and product prices must be $10 or higher. Listings stay for four months. They take 7% fee on sales.

7.  Altpick – They help illustrators, designers and photographers connect with creative buyers. Art listings are free; membership is $99 annually. Also offering annual awards to artists.

8.    Amazon – A while back, handmade jewelry was the category for artists to list on this huge e-commerce site. Now selling fine art, galleries and dealers can use Amazon as well.

9.    American Handmade Crafts - Free trial (with $35 setup). Monthly fees starting at $12, and each artist can list hundreds of items for sale. They provide a shopping cart.

10.   Ananasa - This website is “the biggest marketplace for handmade items from the Middle East.” Open a store for free, paying a small fee for each sale. The “bargain button” feature offers confidential price negotiation. They offer marketing/support.

… for the full list go to Artsyshark.com 

Jul 19

New eBay Auctions are up!

FASIARTS eBay auctions => click here to preview!

 

Jul 12

Riverbank Series #1

Watercolor on paper with a small white border on each side. 9×12 inches.

Snowy riverbank with reflections of trees in the river. WL-1011
SOLD

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