Sell Your Artworks In One of These Websites

You want to take the step, you are going to sell your art. Get out of that dusty studio into the wide world.

Having a Hard Time Selling Your Artworks? Below Are a Few InterestingWebsites

Internet, Content, Portal, Search, Laptop, ConceptThere are several websites where you can sell art, from online galleries to auction sites. In some cases you have to pay a commission per sold work, in other cases it is free.

When you sell your work on international websites, keep in mind that you also have to be able to ship internationally.

Marketplace

The most obvious, but possibly not the most desirable website (because the visitors are mostly bargain hunters) is Marktplaats. Nevertheless, with Martplaats you have a wide range and you can sell your art for free.

Catawiki

You can auction products, including art, on Catawiki. Here you also have a wide range. However, the bevel costs are 15.1% (including VAT), so you do pay a bit for the service.

Redbubble

You can offer your own art on Redbubble. On this website, they use a basic price, which means that Redbubble earns some money per sold item.

Saatchi

Saatchi is one of the most famous online galleries where you can sell your own work. As an artist, you get 65% of the sales amount and that is quite nice for such a well-known gallery.

Etsy

Various products are sold on Etsy. Here they use (small) amounts when withdrawing, selling, and paying for sold products.

Send Art

When you sell your work on international websites (for example Saatchi), keep in mind that you also have to be able to ship internationally. This can cost enormously and your art sales suddenly become less attractive!

Selling Art Through Your Own Website

You can use one of the aforementioned platforms, but you can also sell your modern art through your own website.

It is best to use WordPress. This is a system with which you can easily set up your own website. If you want to change a few things about the site, you will have to learn CSS and possibly a little PHP.
If you like that, it is definitely worth it, if not, then give it up.

Also, make sure you photograph your paintings well. A good image is half the battle, so investing in a photo camera is worth it.

Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

After creating (or having made) your website, you must ensure that you can be found in Google, otherwise, people will never come to your website.

One of the ways to do this is to get people to link to your website as I did above to the WordPress link website (and all other links).

That is not easy, because how do you get such a link on another website? You can do this by blogging yourself on your own website and hoping that someone will link to it, but the most common way for the smaller websites is to create an invitee blog for an additional site.

Final Thoughts…

As an artist, you have invested so much time creating your art. While taking breaks in between, playing your favorite game onĀ 1xbet, you know you want to profit from it too. With these sites provided above, you can now start monetizing your hard work. Sell your art online now.