Monday Marketing Minute #21 Testimonials for Your Art

Monday Marketing Minute Love your buyers and collectors? Do they love you and your art?  Focus on your existing customers by giving them some incentives for giving you a testimonial.

Also ask for testimonials and referrals. Give them a special URL or e-mail address to record positive experiences they had or how much they love and enjoy your artwork.

Testimonials are a great way to promote your art. Ask them to tell you how your art makes them feel. If you can get them to record a testimonial, that is even better.

Make Testimonials part of your 2011 Marketing Strategy.

Today it is easier than ever to drive buyers and collectors to your online sales venues with social media marketing. It’s your front door and what customers most often see. And it is mostly free, except for your time. You would be crazy not to take advantage of this venue for marketing today and put your best foot forward!

Remember, your website is a required destination for anyone to find you by searching through Google, Yahoo, Bing as well as those who hear about you by word of mouth. When you want to find out about something or someone today, don’t you use the Internet to search?

Action Steps:

1. Take a look at your marketing strategy as the year draws to a close.
2. Rethink social media.
3. Decide to Build a Blog or Build Your Existing Blog

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Monday Marketing Minute #21

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