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Online Class: Sell your Art online – use social media

Online Class: Sell your Art online – use social media

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In this online class you will learn how to professionally present yourself and sell your Art online. You will also learn how to get access to Art lovers worldwide and how to use social media marketing to promote your Art. We will also talk about what should go on your professional website and your blog.

You will also have the opportunity to get some personalized private feed back on your website, Facebook page and blog.

You can read more about who I am and what I do on my website here:

In the class, you will learn the following basic skills :

  • What tools can you use to easily build your website? Do you need an online store?
  • How to build connections with your potential clients by setting up a newsletter?
  • Is selling prints on demand for you?
  • Are online galleries worth your time and effort?
  • Do you need a  Facebook page for your art?
  • What to post on Twitter or Instagram?
  • What can Pinterest do for your business?
  • Do you need a blog? What could you write about in a blog?
  • How to automate most tasks so you still have time to paint?
use social media to sell your art online

This class will provide you with a general strategy to set up and maintain your online presence. I will give you assignments at the end of each important unit so you can take it step by step and build on what you already have.

No need to be a computer wizard to benefit from this class. I will make it as simple and straightforward as possible because I know you would rather spend most of your time creating art.

Once you pay for this class, you will have unlimited access to the modules and units and can take as much time as you need going through the class.

The class will be updated every few months or whenever big changes are occurring on social media for example.

Here is a overview of the class:

Module 1 Setting up a professional looking website is simpler than you think
Unit 1 Table of content : Selling your Art online and reaching new markets with social media  
Unit 2 Introduction  
Unit 3 Before you get started on your website - Taking good pictures  
Unit 4 Editing your pictures and saving them  
Unit 5 How to set up a professional looking website very simply  
Unit 6 Artist Website Cheat List  
Module 2 Setting up a Newsletter
Unit 1 Why do you need a mailing list? How to get people to sign up?  
Unit 2 What can go in my newsletter?  
Unit 3 What about unsubscribes?  
Module 3 What about social media ?Do I really need a Facebook page?
Unit 1 Do I need social media?  
Unit 2 A quick overview of the main social media platforms  
Unit 3 Making it all look consistent  
Unit 4 Picture size specifications for your social media profiles  
Unit 5 What can I share on my Facebook page?  
Unit 6 What about Twitter and Instagram?  
Unit 7 Is Pinterest useful for artists?  
Module 4 Online galleries and selling prints on demand
Unit 1 How do print-on-demand websites and online galleries work?  
Module 5 Should I write a blog?
Unit 1 Why writing a blog? What blogging service should I use?  
Unit 2 What should I write about on my blog?  
Unit 3 How often should I write on my blog? What to do and not to do.  
Unit 4 Should I monetize my blog? How?  
Module 6 When do I find time to paint?
Unit 1 How it all interconnects!  
Unit 2 Having most of your tasks scheduled in advance  
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The class is organized by courses units, regrouped in modules.

You can take as much time as you want going through the courses units and work on your assignments. A sidebar on the right will show your progress.

Once you pay for your registration, you will have unlimited access to the class and will benefit from regular updates.

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Course unit screen shot : you can see your progress on the right.

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Thank you!

Thank you for a very complete class, now I have to get started on my website !

Sell your art online

It works like a personal coach.

With the online classes “How to sell my art online” I am working on the tips Sandrine gives me.
As I presumed it is a lot of work, but her classes are coaching me step by step to reach my goal.
The result will be shown in my web shop to realise in 2018.
Doing the work myself is a lot cheaper than hiring a professional and through these classes I will
be able to update the site myself any time necessary.

Marja Ouwerling
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Comments (6)

  1. Is this an eBook?

    1. It is a text based class that you read online. There are a few assignments and feed back forms to complete.

      1. Are all of your classes a text based class rather than videos? Seems rather expensive for something like this.

        1. I think it is fairly priced as the class is quite extensive and I give you feed back on your website and social media presence.
          The painting flowers from imagination is video based.

  2. Jeanette Weaver


    Trying to be honest with what stops me from going forward with my art I don’t have the confidence I need, I participate in an Art League here in the midwest and two art groups each week. The average people I paint with are not very commercial minded we participate in some gallery shows. A few months ago there was a juried show with probably 30 entries out of this show one piece was sold. This is discouraging to me, this show was at an area community center. Personally I would like to sell my art I am mostly self taught but I have skills. I am an older artist my computer skills are not the best I have problems posting etc. My art on my facebook page has not been updated for some time I know it should be so easy to do this but it is difficult for me. The course you offer sounds very good I am just not sure I could follow through at this time so many distractions.

    Thank you for your time,


    1. Thanks for your honesty Jeanette. I think as artists we are all different and what might work for an artist might not work for another. From what you are telling me, selling your art online might not be the easiest way to start in your case. Maybe starting by developing a local recognition of your work might work better.
      All the best for your future projects.

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