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Artopium helps to promote artists in part through Artopium's Roving FestivalWould you like to know how to put just a little bit of effort into promoting your art and music and see really big results? You can just imagine how easy it is once you know a few simple methods that you can use over and over again and all it takes is spending a little time in front of your computer.

It's not enough to simply upload your media and image files to and wait for the sales to start rolling in. I must be honest, you will have to put a little bit more of an effort into it than that. But compared to the immense labor you would have to endure from more traditional methods of promotion, I'm sure you will find that promoting your art and music online is much easier. Just follow the steps outlined in this guide and you will quickly realize that a little effort will begin to bring enthusiasts to your work, and sales will begin once you have reached a wide enough audience. The more effort you decide to put into it the larger your audience will be and thus the more sales you'll make.

If all of this still sounds like a lot, you can relax in the knowledge that once you have created a big enough link popularity most of your work will be done for you by the search engines. Then you can just kick back and let the sales roll in!

Continue to the next section: Getting to Know Your Audience.

Table of Contents

  1. Getting Started: An Introduction
  2. You'll Do a Little Bit of Work
  3. Getting to Know Your Audience
  4. Protecting the Value of Your Work
  5. Understanding & Using Keywords
  6. Submit Your URL to the Search Engines & Directories
  7. Getting to Know Pay Per Click Advertising
  8. How to Increase Your Link Popularity
  9. Using the Peer to Peer Networks to Your Advantage
  10. Eliciting the Help of Friends & Family
  11. Using Offline Advertising to Compliment Your Online Efforts
  12. Summary