Selling Online

Digital Art and Design
Here you will find articles about selling your artwork online. You will also learn about the many ways photos and web graphics are used by online businesses when creating eStores.

* Designing SVG Cut Files star

Add Graphics to Facebook iFrame Landing Page star
How to add graphics to your Facebook iframe landing page.

Advertising with the 125 x 125 Pixel Square Ad star
Many merchants on ArtFire, Etsy and other online marketplaces use the popular 125 x 125 pixel advertising square, sometimes called a button or banner, to advertise their businesses. Make your own.

Advertising with Web Banners star
One way that a small, cottage-based business can build their brand awareness for free, or at very little cost, is to use web banner graphics. So just where and how do you use these web banners?

ArtFire Gives You New Freedom When Selling Online star
We will take a closer look at some of the reasons why ArtFire, a new online marketplace, will surely become very popular.

ArtFire New Digital Category Listings star
Artfire has revamped their category landing pages with a new look and a new category scheme. Where does digital art fall within this new category scheme?

ArtFire – New Online Marketplace for Artists star
ArtFire strives to be not only an online e-commerce marketplace for selling handmade arts and crafts but an interactive craft community as well.

Branding Your ArtFire Studio star
One of the first things every new ArtFire member wants to do is to change the default ArtFire storefront to reflect the seller’s brand. ArtFire gives you several ways to “build your brand” on your store

Customizing Your ArtFire Store star
We will continue to work on customizing your ArtFire studio to match your company brand.

Decade of Digital Scrapbooking star
After a decade, digital scrapbooking is still popular. I idea of paying for a designer paper or embellishment only once and yet reuse it multiple projects is the best selling point. But I have noticed some changes in the industry over the past few years.

Digital Scrapbook Point of Purchase Packaging star
In this article, we will take a look at how to package and market digital scrapbooking products.

Digital Scrapbooking Business - the Product star
When it comes to selling digital scrapbooking products, there are a few tasks that you complete for each product that you sell. One of these tasks is packaging the product as a file that the customer can download from the online store.

Digital Scrapbooking Websites star
Over the past few years, we have seen an increase in the number of digital scrapbooking websites. One reason for this is the increase in popularity of digital and hybrid scrapbooking and crafts. These websites are a great resource for inspiration, fun activities and digital scrapbooking products.

DIY Online Stores and Web Designers star
Consider designing web graphics for DIY shopping cart programs as a freelance job.

Facebook Landing Page Graphics star
Make your own Facebook Landing Fan page graphics.

How to Sell Digital Products star
As a digital artist, one option for selling your artwork is as digital scrapbooking products. As you might imagine, it is very difficult to get a job as a digital scrapbook product designer, due to the competition. So, where else can you sell your digital products? What are your options?

How To Use Stixyboards star
How to collaborate with clients using a web-based whiteboard called Stixyboard. Online Marketplace for Handmade Artists star is a marketplace for the buying and selling of handmade art and crafts including digital art.

Illustrator Cleanup for Microstock Sites star
Are you interested in selling your vector images on microstock sites such as iStock (previously iStockphoto). iStock has an extensive online training manual, including a quiz, that will help you understand the guidelines for submitting your Illustrator artwork to iStock. Below is a summary.

Marketing Your Digital Art with ArtFire Kiosk star
Clicking on the ArtFire Kiosk tab is just like going to your ArtFire store, except your customer never leaves Facebook.

Options for Selling Digital Art Online star
Do you want to sell your digital art online. You have several options.

Photos, Graphics and eBay Auction Templates star
When selling online, the only way that your customer can see your product is by viewing pictures of the item on the web page. This is especially true for eBay auctions. We will take a look at a few decisions that you need to make when using photos and graphics with eBay auction templates.

Sell Digital Scraps - Finding Online Stores star
For the last year, I have been exploring how to sell digital scrap products online and I have learned quite a lot. But when I first started, I really would have liked to have all that information in one place. I hope that the next few articles will save you a little research time.

Selling Digital Art as Digital Downloads star
Process for selling your digital art as digital downloads can be broken down into three steps.

Selling Digital Scraps and Clipart star
I receive many email questions about how to get started selling digital art as digital scraps and clipart. Here are just a few of the most common questions.

Selling On Envato GraphicRiver star
GraphicRiver is a great and popular place for selling your artwork. Let's take a look at their guidelines for authors.

Selling Online at star
You can list up to 5 items on for no listing fees.

Selling Vectors to Microstock Sites star
In this tutorial, we will continue discussing how to clean up your Illustrator vector files for submission to microstock sites. Most of these sites have the same submission requirements and guidelines. Below is a summary of the most important issues.

Society 6 Print On Demand star
Recently, I opened a seller account on Society 6, to see how it works. This is a nice print on demand marketplace for selling surface pattern designs and other artwork.

Stixy Web-based Stixyboards star
Stixy web-based Stixyboards are a free and easy way to collaborate with your clients.

Templates and Commercial Digital Art star
One thing that can speed up your productivity as a graphic artist is the use of templates. Certain digital art projects just scream for the use of templates. Templates fall within two categories based on the production requirements for the final project.

Web Graphics for Craft Sites star
After a little research, I noticed that there is a strong trend toward specialized web graphics on craft related websites.

WebCards Send Form Thumbnail star
We will work on customizing the WebCards send form to work within a Facebook iframe which is only 510 px wide.

Your ArtFire Store - Open An Account star
Opening an ArtFire account for your new store is quick and easy. Here are the details.

Zazzle Print On Demand star
Print on demand is a very popular way to monetize your artwork and one of these print on demand websites is Zazzle.

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