A quick question for you...

As we settle in to the homestretch here in December, I've been thinking about everything I hope to accomplish in the New Year.

I'm curious - what do you hope your 2020 looks like?

I've been chatting with a few photographer/artist friends this week, and they all seem to have the same goals:

–Level up their art business
–Finally learn how to properly market their work
–Sell more than ever before 

If these are your goals, too, I'll tell you what I told them:

Launch your own online art gallery this month. Don't wait until the new year. Seriously. 

I've been seeing this model work incredibly well for both photographers and fine artists for years now, and yet many are still behind the curve! 

That’s why I wrote this blog post laying out exactly what the big deal is, and why I make a distinction between an everyday portfolio website like what you can get from Squarespace and a true, fully-featured art gallery website.

And why this month and not next month? Two reasons:

1) Any investments you make in your art business prior to January 1st can be deducted from your tax liability for the year! Always a welcome treat come tax season.

2) Art Storefronts happens to be running some serious holiday discounts right now. 

So, like I've been telling my friends...if you're planning on doubling down on your art business in 2020 anyways, there isn't a better, more affordable time to do it than right now.

Want to kick the tires and get a closer look at what you can do with a proper art gallery site? I'd recommend filling out this form today to set up a quick demo. You'll get the holiday deal should you decide to sign up.

That's all for now. Here's to a great finish to 2019 and an incredible start to 2020. 🍻


P.S. – If you end up talking to Art Storefronts, take it from me and ask them about Augmented Reality…it’s one of the most powerful features I’ve ever seen become available to artists and no one else has it yet!

Now I have a coach that keeps telling me 'go, go, go!' and pushes me to do the stuff that I need to do.

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