Blog Posts tagged planning

On Promoting Interstitial Art

By Paul Watson on .

As I’ve been working on The Book of the Erinyes I’ve been trying to work out who it’s likely to appeal to. The problem is that it doesn’t fit comfortably in any one area. It sits between art and craft, between bookbinding and book art, between mainstream and underground. It’s art made…

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Crowd-Sourced Artistic Patronage

By Paul Watson on .

There’s an interesting discussion going on at TechDirt about the evolving business model being used by musician Amanda Palmer. One commenter, Kevin Stapp, sums it up perfectly: The more I hear about ‘new business models’ for musicians the more I’m reminded of a very old business model:…

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Artists Website Software – December Update

By Paul Watson on .

In my last post I talked about the Artists Website Software I was planning. It’s been a busy few months (both with my day-job and with moving house) but I have made some progress, and I hope to have an alpha version available in the new year.  At that point I’ll probably upload everything…

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A basic strategy for music in 5 steps

By Paul Watson on .

I was chatting to a good friend of mine yesterday about business strategies for her music.  She’s not planning on chart-topping super-stardom, she just wants to have a plan for getting her music out there and hopefully making some money on it. So, I thought I’d put together my ideas for…

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