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May 26th, 2013 - 09:48 PM
You can learn a lot about selling and marketing your art by looking at how other types of businesses sell and market their products. OK, so selling art is not exactly like selling potato chips but they have more similarities than you might think. What successful companies have in common is a grasp for the basics of marketing, consumer behavior and a good plan of action with the management to execute it. In this article we will take a look at how potato chips are sold and marketed and some ideas how you can apply these to your art business.
If you have some marketing ideas or techniques that you have learned from other businesses I would be interested to see your comments.