How Artist Megh Knappenberger Sold $200,000+ in Her First Year

023: How Artist Megh Knappenberger Sold $200,000+ in Her First Year

The day Megh Knappenberger decided to give her painting career a real shot, she had $0.28 in her business account – here's how she found a passionate niche of buyers and made it to $200k+ in her first year.

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[…] 023: How Artist Megh Knappenberger Sold $200,000+ in Her First Year 022: Doing Things That Don’t Sale 021: Mathieu Laca on Running a Print Giveaway Contest with ManyChat 020: Facebook Contests with ManyChat and Messenger 019: Art Marketing Playbook – Overtime 018: Facebook Messenger is the New Email 017: The Holiday Art Marketing Playbook 016: The New, Shocking Way to Build Your Email List (It’s Not) 015: Greatest Time Ever to Be an Artist? 014: The “Does My Art Suck?” Test – Part 2 013: The “Does My Art Suck?” Test – Part 1 012: How and When to Direct Message Content Curators on Instagram 011: Artists Are Start-Ups + Instagram Direct Messaging 010: Top 10 Reasons Artists Need to Be Using Instagram Stories 009: Learn What (and How) to Post on Facebook and Instagram 008: AOV and the “Shoot First Ask Questions Later” Technique 007: The Mothers Day Marketing Playbook 006: The Facebook Ad + Email Hybrid Sales Technique for Artists 005: Building Your Email List Offline with the “Fishbowl Technique” 004: Pivoting to Find Your Niche with Artist William K. Stidham 003: Not All Traffic Is Created Equal – An Intro to Facebook Traffic 002: Why Most Artists Fail at Facebook Ads 001: How to Combine Online and Offline Selling with Artist Kim Vergil 000: Introducing the Art Marketing Podcast […]

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