Blog Posts tagged arts marketing

Social Networks – Pure and Applied

By Paul Watson on .

I’ve written about social networks and their uses before, but I wanted to expand on some of my original thoughts. So, let me start with a quote from my previous article stating my position: I’m sure this isn’t just because I’m an anti-social bastard, but it seems like the big social networks…

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How to get 1000 true fans and succeed as an artist in a long tail economy

By Paul Watson on .

OK, read this blog post by Kevin Kelly first. It’s the first time (in my knowledge) that a seasoned commentator has turned their attention to how an individual artist/writer/musician can work in a long tail environment, rather than examining it from the point of view of retailers (Kevin does…

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Strategies: selling art online (2)

By Paul Watson on .

Kentucky-based collage artist Randel Plowman launched a new project back in March 2006. The project—called A Collage A Day—was ambitious to say the least. He committed himself to producing a new 4″ × 4″ collage every day and putting it up for sale on a specially created blog. Each collage…

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