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Sell your art online a few good tips and pointers!

Sell your art online.

Have you been wanting to sell your art online, but didn’t know where to start. I remember feeling exactly the same a few years ago. There are so many online sites that promise great exposure for your art and even more, there is the allure of sales and producing an income and it can all be a bit overwhelming!

What I have found purely by trial and error is that some sites work better than others for my style of artwork and good things take time. I have had to persevere and try different sites and give them time. If they haven’t produced results I will usually look for something else that works for me.

Some online sites tend to prefer particular genres and some require that you submit artwork for approval before you can begin selling on their site. I have had more than a few knock backs but I have picked myself up, dusted myself off and tried again.

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In my next few posts I am going to share a few online art sites that I use & recommend:

First off the Block:

Society6: There is more than one way you can make money online with Society 6:
  1. Referral Program:  By following this link  Share Society6  You will receive a $10 voucher to spend at Society6 and I will get a $10 voucher if you make a purchase which is pretty cool. You can invite as many friends as you want with special links for email and social media.
  2. Curator Program:  You can sign up as a Curator and by sharing and recommending other Artists work through your social media channels, blog and email you can earn up to 10% on every purchase. Top Curators are earning up to $6000 USD every month. You can sign up here Curator Program


The Optimist//Rose Tinted Glasses by Laura Graves

3. Sellers Account: It is free and easy to set up artists account and as simple as uploading a good quality image of your artwork in a blog post. All of the tools you need to upload and edit your work for different products are available from within your account. As the artist, you retain the copyright over your work and you can set the prices to suit. Check out the Sellers Guide for more information.

Here’s a sample of products from within my shop: Suzanne Carter

Pink Haze Tote Bag
Sun flowers Duvet Cover
Ocean Spray Shower Curtain
Spiral Galaxy Throw Pillow

In my next post, I will explore another site that I successfully sell my art though.  I hope you check out Society6, give them a go and let me know how you get on!

If you liked this post you should check out these posts to get some extra tips and ideas to help you sell more art online.

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X Suzanne

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About Suzanne

I 'm a wife, mother and creative. I love photoshop and mixing and matching old and new images. I love my husband Richard, he's been my wingman for nearly 30 years, my 6 kids and my dog Roxy.
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