PILLARS OF SUCCESS FOR ARTISTS #2 (of 5) - Making Products and Service Offerings

Sometimes there are obvious offerings to make from one's art, and sometimes it requires some creativity to come up with them, but it's worth the effort.

If you want to live from your art, you MUST find ways to make it into something that helps another person enough that they will pay money for it.

People LIKE art, but they BUY products and services.

Use this as an example of easy product and marketing

Greetings artist!

Below you will find an example of a message I send to my email subscribers.  This message is segmented for: 
  1. people who like inspirational messages, 
  2. people who like to buy printed things made with my art, and 
  3. people who want to know anytime I have products on sale/discounted.
Use it as an example of easy products I make from my art, how to market to my prospects and customers, as well as a source of inspiration to the mindset that leads to productivity and success.  

Feel free to ask questions in the comments, send us a message, or schedule a call for more help.

Melanie Greenwood Talks Copyright For Artists

Prolific printable art creator and business coach Melanie Greenwood talks about copyright as it pertains to digital art in this video that she shared to me via email today.

For best results, keep these separate


Creating and editing are very different from each other, but BOTH are necessary to being professional. For best results, learn to keep them SEPARATE in your mind.

Here's an Online Artist Summit to Help Build Your Art Biz

Online "Summits" are a great (often free) way to learn from dozens of professionals in a given field and nab a few new tricks to advance your art biz, without spending the money and time it would take to attend a similar conference in real life.

They can be a great resource, but you need to understand they're a marketing tool for the event organizers and speakers (which is a totally cool way to earn money with your art, BTW) so you'll need to take a few steps to make sure you have time to hear the speakers who will benefit you the most, and avoid being overwhelmed by a bunch of information you don't need.

Read on for a free pass to a virtual Fine Artist Summit that starts TOMORROW (November 22, 2019) and tips to help you get the most out of it. These tips will apply to any virtual summit, so they should be useful even if you miss this one.