>Promoting Beaded Art on the Web

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Since I’ve opened my new Etsy shop, I’ve been busy promoting it.

I sent an email to my family & friends asking them to forward it.
I included the link to my shop in my email signatures.
I added the link to my EBSQ profile.
I posted bulletins on Myspace.
I posted it on Facebook.
I posted the link on Squidoo.
I posted a note on the Bead & Button Magazine forum.
I created a Flickr photo album just for my Etsy shop items.
And, I contributed to the Etsy forums a bit just to get my link out there.

Is there anything I’m forgetting???😮

After doing all that, I realized that Heart-A-Day commented on my beaded wolf artist trading card on Flickr! She said she featured my beaded ACEO on her Squidoo lens today! Check out Artist Trading Card Ideas:

beaded ACEO ATC artist trading card Etsy shop The Lone Beader bead embroidery wolf art(click to enlarge)

BTW, my artist trading cards are available for sale at The Lone Beader’s Gallery Shop, and I do ship overseas!!😉

A little self-promotion never hurts!
How do you promote your artwork??😀

5 thoughts on “>Promoting Beaded Art on the Web

  1. >Thanks, Gina! ATCs were originally created for trading amongst each other. Then, the idea became popular, and artists started selling them to the public (from what I have read). Now artists sell them to the highest bidder on Ebay! Kinda like baseball cards, I guess….😉

  2. >I love your ATCs Diane, but I thought Artist Trading Cards were supposed to be traded, not sold or given away? Still, I suppose rules are made to be broken!

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