Online Marketing Basics for Artists Class at WAS-H!


Watercolor Art Society-Houston

1601 West Alabama

Houston, TX  77006
713 942-9966

Saturday & Sunday, February 15 & 16; 9:00 am – 1 pm

Susan Giannantonio, instructor

$100, $90 ($10 off) if you register at least 2 weeks before class
Questions?  Click here: Email Contact
An introduction to photography & editing, archiving your painting history, marketing your work, watermarks (securing your work online), SEO (Search Engine Optimization, or how to be “found” online”).  We will look at the tremendous wealth of artwork now available to view online.  We will look at examples of free or low-cost ways to archive and market your artwork: Etsy, Blogs, Facebook, Pinterest, Flickr, LinkedIn and more.

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4 thoughts on “Online Marketing Basics for Artists Class at WAS-H!”

  1. I loved this class! Susan’s warm hearted and honest approach to marketing yourself online was a total delight. Deep-seated resistance to computers in general were wiped away this weekend and Susan introduced me to a whole new world out there with limitless possibilities. Old-fashioned marketing methods BE-GONE! Thank you so so much Susan!

  2. Susan did a great job demonstrating how to leverage online tools to showcase our artwork. She shared lots of great information, answered everyone’s questions and shared her own experiences with the tools. A top class instructor and a true delight. Thank you Susan!

  3. Susan did a great job in this lecture, demonstration and follow-along class. The tips and information were valuable and the result of years of experience. I set up and loaded a complete Flickr page and have already had feedback and invitations from other members, just two days after the class.

  4. Susan was an ideal teacher for the class. She admits to being a bit of a nerd so she is able to use both sides of her brain. That being, she has the knack to bring down the computer talk to a beginner’s level. She spent the first day exposing us to many internet sites useful to artists. The second day she took us step by step to set up a Flickr page for our own work. She even showed us how easy it would be to create our own web page. Susan is so generous with her knowledge and I learned so much!

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