I've personally researched and compiled this list of over 100 ways for artists to make money. There's something for everyone!
Selling your art online through Print on Demand website series. An in depth comparison of Zazzle vs Redbubble for selling art online.
Brighten up your virtual Holiday parties with these free festive Zoom or Teams meeting backgrounds, sure to spread some Christmas cheer.
By now you've probably heard of TikTok. It's an app where you can make short videos along with music, filters and other effects to share with your followers and others using hashtags, similar to Instagram. I've been experimenting with growing a following on there so I wanted to share some tips for how artists can use TikTok to expand their audience.
I recently found out about a new software called PodConnect which allows you to bulk upload your artwork to multiple print on demand websites at once.
An overview of different websites that I've successfully worked with to help you make an informed decision on where to sell your art online.
If you're on Instagram you might have seen the Toon Me challenge. I decided to do my own and recorded the process for my Youtube channel!
Pinterest is an excellent marketing tool for Artists. You can use this visual search engine to your advantage as an artist to sell more of your artwork!
Today I'm sharing 10 tips to get your Print on Demand shops ready for the holidays so you can sit back, relax, and watch the sales roll in!
If you're an artist or graphic designer, selling your designs through Merch by Amazon can be worth your time. Find out what I've learned after 1 year.