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  • Artists have a bad habit of looking at other creative minds as competition, rather than colleagues. I'd love to help more artists learn from each other and helping each other grow.

    How to Learn From Other Artists

    How to Learn From Other Artists

    by Leanore King2

  • How do you get fair financial compensation when someone plagiarises or steals your artwork or design? Follow a common process to deal with copyright infringement and take back control.

    What to Do About Online Art Theft & Plagiarism

    What to Do About Online Art Theft & Plagiarism

    by Suzanne Day29

  • Get the inside scoop on all the little known tricks of the trade for increasing sales and building repeat business. How to design and work a booth that rocks!

    Craft Fair Vendor Sales Tips and Booth Ideas

    Craft Fair Vendor Sales Tips and Booth Ideas

    by Christin Sander187

  • Amazon takes on Etsy with a new program that allows artists and crafters to sell their handmade items on the Amazon platform. Learn more and find out how to apply to get an invitation.

    Did You Get an Invitation to Amazon Handmade?

    Did You Get an Invitation to Amazon Handmade?

    by Christin Sander18

  • What are the most popular themes which sell art? Which subjects sell the most art? Do you know? Are these questions important to an artist?

    Top Ten Subjects for Art That Sells

    Top Ten Subjects for Art That Sells

    by John Dyhouse177

  • This article is about how to price homemade craft items. It includes the most commonly used formulas for baseline, retail, and wholesale pricing as well as advice on everything from comparing the prices of similar items to the advantages of buying wholesale supplies.

    How to Price Homemade Craft Items: Formulas and Other Considerations

    How to Price Homemade Craft Items: Formulas and Other Considerations

    by Rose Clearfield57

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