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The hardest part of being a professional artist is to convince your customers buy your product/s, turn their interest into action, and sustain the momentum of popularity among your followers. Although making your art sellable is literally a not-so-simple task, if you stick into some best practices, it is neither a hard job. This is a brief coverage on how to keep your art portfolio job-friendly. Read on and if you found any helpful idea/s unmentioned in the entry, shy not to make a comment.
Set your objective
Narrow down on your audience, your artwork, skills and nature of recognition you deserve. Set your objective by answering:
• Who are my actual audiences?
• What are their preferences?
• Which resources do I have to cater to their requirements?
• Which sort of reaction would I receive?
The better you know of your objective, better is the likelihood that your portfolio will be suitable for monetization and that there would be least additions of unfocused content.
Channelize your content for discover-ability
Maximize your art’s accessibility for your target audience. To ensure your work is discover-able to your followers, to-be employers, and clients, learn how to market your skills. Read Things You can do NOW to Start Becoming Popular for Your Artwork to learn how Facebook account, TouchTalent Profile, and guest blogging can earn you fame. Keep a hard copy of your portfolio and online website so that potential audience can anytime access your work.
Ensure your portfolio is fresh
Art is an evolving topic, and artists are always at the treat of becoming outdated with new ideas, technology, and skills coming in the market. If you want to professionally make a sellable impact, it is important your portfolio is not old. Feature your newest artwork, to ensure you create an ideal impact.
Maintain a consistency between your resume and portfolio
Your resume is the literal proof of your credibility while a portfolio is a practical validation of your expertise. Maintain a consistency between the content between your resume and portfolio. Mention name of clients you’ve worked for and the duties, besides testimonials.
Keep only finished content in your portfolio, feature artwork suitable for key audience, invite suggestions from critics.
An impressive portfolio is the glue to fame for a professional artist. Stick to the best practices to earn success