If you’re an artist and you don’t have a website yet — or if you want to change the one you have now — it’s never too late to get started!
A website is another way for people to find out about you and your artwork. They could be strangers who find you by googling “mosaics in DC,” or people who already know you and want to learn more.
Think about it this way: where do you go when you’re making a purchase or doing research? Online. So will your potential customers (and email subscribers, and fans, and so on).
Here are some pointers to help you get started.
Define your goal:
Your goal for your website will determine what features you need. Common goals include:
Terms you’ll want to know that will help make the process easier:
Keep your website up to date. Any obviously out-of-date information is going to lead to visitors leaving your website.
A functional, up-to-date website is a must for any artist working today. While it takes some time to maintain — time that you’d rather spend in the studio — it pays dividends in creating a visible, professional presence for your art.
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