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Edward Fielding

7 Months Ago

Youtube Marketing Videos Part Ii

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Show us your YouTube marketing videos.

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John Emmett

7 Months Ago

 
 

Bill Posner

7 Months Ago

 

Edward Fielding

7 Months Ago



Vermont

 

Bradford Martin

7 Months Ago

Six years old and just short of 19,000 views!

 

Carmen Hathaway

7 Months Ago

 

Take charge of the situation. Trust your instincts.




carmenhathaway.com

 

Edward Fielding

7 Months Ago

TIP - Take advantage of custom thumbnails. They can lead to a lot more views!

 

Matthias Hauser

7 Months Ago

Short Promo Video for my Pinterest Online Course (How to sell more Art with Pinterest):



 

Daniel Ghioldi

7 Months Ago

Uploading my third video and learning more every time :-)



https://youtu.be/_HDJNmWX4fQ

 

Daniel Ghioldi

7 Months Ago

Bill: I really liked how you managed to present your video. Using the screen and then some product suggestions. The music accompanies the images very well creating mystery ... and that ship's siren at night ... hits!

 

Edward Fielding

7 Months Ago



Fine Art Photographs of New York City

 

Matthias Hauser

7 Months Ago

Promo for Round Beach Towels and Weekender Tote Bags

 

Elena Gantchikova

7 Months Ago

 

Edward Fielding

7 Months Ago



Promo video for my series on vintage Cape Cod rental cottages from the 1930s - https://edward-fielding.pixels.com/art/flower+cottages

 

Andrea Lazar

7 Months Ago

Bill Posner --- love the sound effects and the presentation - very enjoyable and goes very quickly!

Ed - thank you for continuing to post your wonderful videos - a real inspiration! I can't wait to get back to doing more myself as soon as I can find the time..

 

Jim Taylor

7 Months Ago

My one and only from over 5 years ago.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-oj1-wLLeGU

 

Tatiana Iliina

7 Months Ago

Hi Edward, thanks for posting this thread. Nelson looks like a cool place, I have never been, have been to Jerome though, subject of one of your other videos, and it was breathtaking! So much character in the old cars, you almost never see them around here (Montreal). All rusted away I suppose.

I haven't posted a video for a while here. I have been running my channel for a few years and it has grown quite a bit but recently I had probably my first video ever that went "semi" viral, if I could describe it that way? So that's the one I am posting here. I am still undecided about whether my Youtube channel actually helps me increase sales much. I'm pretty sure it adds credibility if a potential collector checks in and sees that I have "millions" (ok 2 million) of views on my channel. Certainly not enough to make anything significant out of it from ads etc. And then again, I don't know, it seems like a lot of the more famous artists go out of their way to NOT show up on the internet :). Mostly I think my viewers are people who are interested in learning painting techniques, but I only have a few videos that I would properly call tutorials.

https://youtu.be/M4q0hDy__K4

 

Edward Fielding

7 Months Ago

Thanks Tatiana and Andrea!



Potter's Place, Andover, NH - named for a famous African-America magician who retired there.

 

Lise Winne

7 Months Ago

Our music was featured in an artist's work, but I don't have a video of my own work. Should I?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYOTJImbR88

 

Carmen Hathaway

7 Months Ago

 

A plexus dream unfolds.


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Chance Kafka

6 Months Ago



A timelapse of my latest painting with my own original piano music in the background.

 

John Emmett

6 Months Ago



Abstraction in the 21st century

 

David King

6 Months Ago

Okay, I joined the YouTube band wagon, just put together my channel and uploaded my first video, just a "tour" of one of one of my paintings. Far from polished, no editing, no high tech equipment just me pointing a camera at my painting and talking about it. For now that's as advanced as I'll get with it, I just don't want to spend a lot of time editing videos, maybe some day I'll start doing "live" painting videos.

 
 

Carmen Hathaway

6 Months Ago


 

Now see here...

 

Peggy Collins

5 Months Ago

Finally did a little video called 20 Cats with a selection of...well, 20 cats!



I didn't even know I could do this until recently...I clicked on one of my pictures on my PC, then "edit and create", and you can create a little movie with titles, then add music.

 

Gunter Nezhoda

5 Months Ago

 

Mario Carta

5 Months Ago

 
 

Delynn Addams

4 Months Ago

Interior Art News is artwork on print on demand, POD.
https://youtu.be/6Ns2fDW4-1E

 

Elena Gantchikova

4 Months Ago



 

Edward Fielding

4 Months Ago



Off topic but check out this cute guy at the bird feeder. Sadly the bird feeder is now packed away until hibernation time.

 

Edward Fielding

3 Months Ago



Come along and visit a real ghost town with me!

 

Edward Fielding

11 Days Ago



"The Loop" - relaxing, train watching in Chicago.

 

Peggy Collins

11 Days Ago

I decided to do a video of each month's uploads of new work from my website. Here is October's...

 

John Emmett

10 Days Ago

 

Mario Carta

10 Days Ago

The making of Cheetah The Huntress, a steel welded sculpture.

 
 

Matthias Hauser

10 Days Ago

Videos can be... See yourself!



Meet me: Matthias Hauser | Creating Art | Helping Artists

 

Stars on Art

8 Days Ago

FWIW, since Pinterest just recently allowed posting of videos, like the one I showed below, I wanted to see if they would allow it to be used as an ad for artwork. They did! But note that my description on the Youtube post, where I also uploaded it, says, "A selection of artwork of famous film actresses from the past and present. These are available as prints from starsonart.com and Fine Art America." Without that kind of marketing detail, I'm not sure they would have accepted it as a form of advertising.

Results so far: it's been up less than a day, but has shown as an ad on various Pinterest pages over 13,000 times, has been clicked on 73 times, and saved (reposted) by others to their own boards 22 times. The cost has been around $16. Since I only wanted the ad to show for 1 day, it will stop appearing after that. But for anyone who saved it to their own boards, the post will retain the link, which is a form on continual marketing. Will it lead to any sales? Who knows? But it's a way of experimenting.

 
 

My very first attempt. I still have a lot to learn and figure out, but I'm fairly happy with it.

 

Lonestar North

7 Days Ago

Newbie here... I hope this is the right place for me to upload a shameless self promotion video I made to promote my new FAA / Pixels pages. Any feed back criticism would be appreciated.





 

Lisa Kaiser

6 Days Ago

Watch me paint this snowperson in 40 seconds. Enjoy.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iN-wvz2Amt8

 

Mario Carta

6 Days Ago

 
 

Stars on Art

5 Days Ago

I'm still amazed at discovering how few slideshows of artwork are made and posted on Youtube, or anywhere! Considering that they're fairly easy to make, and if there's an ideal subject for a slideshow, it has to be artwork. Some basic figures:

The total number of people who use YouTube – 1,300,000,000.
300 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute!
Almost 5 billion videos are watched on YouTube every single day.
YouTube gets over 30 million visitors per day.

I just did a search of "art for sale slideshow" on Youtube, and there's only a few thousand, or maybe less. To confirm this, go to youtube and enter "art for sale" and "slideshow". Very few results. Although some of FAA's biggest competitors are running ads.

But what got my attention is that this topic, about marketing videos of artwork, can really be segmented into at least three main areas: slideshows, how to videos, and video gallery shows. Entering "art for sale", even with the quotation marks, on YT gets mostly the "how to" and "gallery shows," which are live videos of people in action. But for slideshows, there's hardly any.

IMO, this is a missed opportunity for artists to promote their work, and in a way that more and more people like, namely "to watch." Or as Peter Sellers explained, in one of my favorite comedies:
"I like to watch TV".

 

Mario Carta

3 Days Ago

 

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