A Good Round of Questions & Answers!
I love the way this group makes me think about my business processes and strategies and put them into actionable content for you. Here's the list of questions I cover in today's Q&A
I'm watching your videos it is clear that you have a lot of images and in some cases, they look as interesting as your limited edition art. How do you decide which pieces are your A roll and which are your B roll? Further, how do you decide which pieces you are going to print and show and which ones are going to just remain available in your catalog collection? This seems like a hit or miss task, I really like Survivor and I really would have thought that would have sold, certainly when you see it in person.
I am wondering how you decided which images to invest in for your art shows. Past sales? For someone who hasn't sold a ton of prints to notice sales trends, what advice do you have for choosing which images to investing?
Hi all, I just want to Sherry block I am having. While being gratefull to be a part of this group and learn about all these great things Jason has already taught, I have a hard time moving into the selling phase before I feel my work is "perfect" and ready to be sold at my standards. I'm currently at a stage where I don't know the steps to take from having an edited photo to printing it. And by printing it, I mean having the image as print ready as possible and knowing the best or preferred medium to print an image on to achieve the desired level of having a finished product. Any help here would be much appreciated. Mahalo.
When it comes to your website, how do you recommend optimizing it for the best experience? I know that you use Squarespace, but what plan are you using, as you do not use the shop option with it and therefore don't necessarily need to lower the transaction fees?
Do you have any advice for setting up your website in general so that your clients can see your best work, etc? Hope that makes sense....