Thanks guys. I am interested in how people tie the site into a post or video after something that was said in our last staff meeting. Also I may be running a piece on my mag site about FAA/Pixels artists and their work off the site (posts and vids) and it helps if they link back....
Abbie I'm really glad you posted this. Ever since ... da problem ... with my blog, I've really been dragging my feet getting back into it. I just popped over and was horrified to see that my last post was in July.
( smacking self in forehead)
Anywho ... not absolutely sure I've mentioned Fine Art America anywhere ... ? ... but everything I post is about the art ... and leads back to my Artist Website page.
I never name FAA/Pixels in my blog since I am trying to brand myself but I don't do anything that isn't tied back to my AW.
I do a travel blog. Every image directly links back to the image on my AW and then at the end of each post I do an "About the Photographer" section and show a piece of art in a setting or a few products.
I do a new Blog post on my website for every artwork that I create. In it, I talk about the materials, process, and inspiration for the artwork. I also include a link to my online store where they can purchase prints and products with the image.
Here's my New Orleans slide show. I have only done 3 of these so far. In the discription I link to a blog post that ties into the same subject and also to my AW. I have sold 8 of the image in it, some of those multiple times. My little ad comes at the end.
I have a blog site totally dedicated to fantasy artists at Fine Art America. I haven't written in it since Dec 2019 (bad me! - but plenty of reasons until this summer), but until then, I was pretty religious about posting work to it. I thought since it was a blog hosted on google, we'd get a fair amount of traffic.