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I was looking at my recent sales on Zazzle and noticing how many “3rd party referrals” there have been!  Wow!  Thanks so much for helping spread the word!

As rewarding as it is to earn an income with my artistic talents and skills, it is even more rewarding knowing that others are also benefitting financially by promoting my work.  (For any non-Zazzlers reading this, Zazzle will pay a 15% sales commission on sales generated by members’ referrals, in addition to paying royalties to the artist.)

An interesting side effect is the sudden feeling of being less alone.  Often in freelance art, artists work alone, and there are times when one might think, “It’s. Just. Me.”   But, how could I possibly feel that way when I have an entire team of fantastic promoters, most of whom are complete strangers somewhere in cyberspace but help to promote my work anyway?

I’ve often joked that “by this time next year, I’ll be bigger than Warhol.”  At this rate, perhaps someday I will be stating with astonishment, “Omg! I was kidding when I said that! I never expected this to actually happen!”

Thank you, again, Zazzlers.  And thanks to my clients and customers, too.  Your efforts allow me to do what I do.  Please know that you are always appreciated.

 

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When I originally added art and photos to a shop on zazzle.com, it was mostly for my existing art patrons to order prints of familiar images. So, descriptions and titles were often vague or even absent, since it never occurred to me that better titles and descriptions would be better for search engines (and better for new patrons). Somehow, in spite of not being easily searchable, new customers still found the designs… and loved the artwork and photography.  They were also quick to make suggestions for store modifications.

The most frequent (and virtually only) suggestion has been to improve titles and descriptions.  It has taken some time, but I have finally started tackling the task of updating titles, descriptions, and tags in the zazzle store.  So, customers should begin to notice that it is much easier to find specific types of images in a store search and via search engines.

And, when that is finished, there will be a ton of new art and photos to add.  Meanwhile, stop by the soulbearing zazzle store to check out images you might have missed.

If you prefer original art, have a look at soulbearing.com— that site is being updated soon too.  And, there are several new art paintings on the way.  They should be posted within the next several days.

original abstract art painting

original abstract art painting, $1475

While you’re shopping (one last shameless plug), have a look at this week’s eBay auctions.  A portion of this month’s proceeds goes to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

framed 4 & 5 leaf clovers

framed 4 & 5 leaf clovers, $20


I don’t know who all of you are, but I appreciate each one of you.

If you’ve been promoting items from soulbearing.com or from the soulbearing store on zazzle.com, let me know.

If you’d like, post the link to your blog or page promoting merchandise from the soulbearing store; I’d love to see it.

If you’d rather remain anonymous, that’s ok, too.

Either way, I’ll try to keep providing you with fabulous images and art, with much gratitude for my global marketing team. 🙂

Pink Petals iPhone 4 Case by S.Lynnette

Pink Petals iPhone 4 Case by S.Lynnette

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