Monday, June 22, 2009

Selling Your Art, Tips For Doing That

Other than informing your prospective buyers on the basics of your artworks, how much you are selling them for, and who are the people who have bought from you,there are still some other things you can do to make the probability of the sale hike up even higher. Here are some of them.

Show Pictures of Your Pictures!

One way to encourage your prospective buyers to buy your art is by showing them photos of how other art collectors have made use or displayed the pieces they have bought from you. Seeing your pieces in working or living environments can be great encouraging factor. If you do not have that many collectors yet, you can show them pictures of how you, yourself displayed your art in different kinds of environments.

If your prospect is someone who is not really that familiar with art, doing this tip can be very helpful and fruitful. Since they may be having some difficulty in imagining how or where they would display the piece, even if they bought it from you. It can also be also be the case that they can't really picture how the piece would look like in their home or office.

More to come tomorrow. Please leave you comment, we love reading them.

copyright Dan and Deanna "Marketing Unscrambled"

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