168 Is All You -- or Anyone Else -- Get.
168 is the number of hours in a week that each of has to make things happen. What you do in those hours makes is your key to success in every aspect of your life. Learning effective ways to allocate time with your family, tapping your spirituality, eating, sleeping, exercising, relaxing, and, of course, making art and getting it sold, puts you on the path to enjoying more success with less stress.
Highly effective people do serious planning. They strategize to find ways to break big goals into small easily executable tasks. By steadily completing small tasks, they achieve big things. The best use a variety of tools and techniques suited to them and the goals they have set, including:
Join art marketing and art business experts Barney Davey (artprintissues.com) and Jason Horejs (xanadugallery.com) as they discuss how planning and strategizing will help you accomplish more in your 168 hours.
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The impact and importance of social media cannot be easily dismissed. Social media has become a part of the everyday online life of millions of potential art buyers. It can be both a boon and a huge distraction and waste of time for artists. Learning how to assess and utilize social media is a critical skill.
Join art marketing and art business experts Barney Davey (artprintissues.com) and Jason Horejs (xanadugallery.com) as they discuss social media opportunities every artist should pursue and pitfalls artists should avoid.
Originally Aired September 10, 2013
Your website should be the hub of your digital identity. Your website will serve as a marketing tool and sales platform. Everything else you do online, your social media activity, blogging and email marketing revolve around your website. It's critical your site be a great reflection of you and your work.
Join Barney Davey (publisher of ArtPrintIssues.com) and Jason Horejs (owner, Xanadu Gallery and publisher of reddotblog.com) as they discuss principles and best practices for artists websites, including
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I also encourage you to watch interviews with the authors of the book – their insight into the life of the artist and the story of their process for writing the book is fascinating.
Charlie Rose Interview: http://www.charlierose.com/watch/60024444 (You have to go about 21 minutes into the video to get to their interview – otherwise you’ll be watching coverage of the 2012 primaries . . . and who would want to do that?!)
Diane Rehm Interview: http://thedianerehmshow.org/shows/2011-10-24/steven-naifeh-van-gogh-life
60 Minutes Segments (2 Parts): http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=7384904n (Part1) & http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=7384908n (Part2) – I couldn’t get the video to work in Chrome, so if it’s not working for you – you may need to open it in a different player and click around on the video box and progress bar (great website CBS!)
Blog Post Ideas from Barney Davey
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Barney Davey's New Book, Guerrilla Marketing For Artists
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