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My free eBook, ‘Website Content for Artists’ will take you through the primary pages of your personal website. It’s tailored for people specifically in the arts industry.
- Visual artists
- Fine artists
- Decorative artists
- Independant bands
- Mime artists
- Creative writers
- Script writers
- Circus performers
- Sketch artists
If you’re an individual artist who wants to promote or sell your talents on the internet, then my free web content guide will help get your personal website started.
I’ve been learning and helping to create compelling websites since 1999. The web has changed so much over the last twenty years. More people connect across the Internet than ever before. There’s an estimated 3.8 billion users worldwide according to Internet World Stats.
That’s 3.8 billion users with whom you could share your art. Users search the web every second for information. Your website should not not just be visually attractive to draw attention, but content impressive to keep it.
An artist’s website needs to provide visitors with unique information not found anywhere else. So, make your website about you, but also your visitor.
Emerging authors and artists will benefit from this resource. My free web content guide for artists aims is to provide you with the know-how of establishing your site and what key information it needs to contain.
Free web content guide plus information architecture
In addition, my content guide will take you through the process of planning your site. It contains a step-by-step guide for planning what pages you want to use and their hierarchy, as well as the goals of the page and user experience.
You can print and use the guide for free during the planning stage of your site. If you’ve already published your website, you can use the guide to improve your structure.
A website is more than just words on a page about an idea or a blog with a theme. For artists, its an important extension of their workplace. It’s a part of your studio, your creative space open to the public.
Order your free copy of my web content guide for artists now. There is a limited print run. I can only hold them for a short time.