June 30,2012
Xanadu publishes early artist survey results

A recent article describes preliminary results of a survey investigating how artists build, maintain and sell from their websites.

Have a look, it is quite revealing. To perhaps not much surprise, a lot of artists do not sell much, nor do they spend time to update their websites.

If I could have a look at the data behind the results, I would be very interested to know how sales levels corresponded to investment of time and money or both in the website.

I suspect there would be a direct relationship, as the more marketing you do, the more people see your work, the more chances you give yourself to sell. What do you think?

Posted by Art Marketer at 03:13


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