A Beginner's Guide to Selling Digital Art on Exchange Art: Tools
1. Choose the right tools for the right job.
When you're first starting out, it's recommended to start with Buy Now and Offers. These are the most straightforward ways to sell your art, and they don't require any bidding or auctioning. Once you have a few sales under your belt, you can start to experiment with Auctions and Editions.
Buy Now is a great option if you're confident in your pricing and you want to sell your art quickly. Offers are a good option if you're not sure what price collectors are willing to pay, or if you want to give buyers a chance to negotiate the price.
Auctions can be a great way to sell your art for a high price, but they can also be risky if you don't have a lot of collectors following you.
Editions are a good way to reach a wider audience and sell your art at a lower price point, once you become more known in the space.
2. Market your art and get involved in the community.
Once you've chosen the right tools, it's time to start marketing your art. Share your work on social media, and find others in the community to reach a wider audience. Making good promotional material is a great way to get your art noticed. Get involved in the Exchange Art community by following other artists, commenting on their work, and participating in discussions on social media!
3. Get people to follow you on Exchange Art.
When people follow you on Exchange Art, they'll be notified when you drop new pieces or schedule auctions. This is a great way to get your work in front of more people. Include a link to your Exchange Art profile on social media for more to easily find and follow you.
4. Use auctions when you're confident you have a number of collectors/eyes on you.
Auctions can be a great way to sell your art for a high price, but they're not for everyone. If you're not sure if you have enough collectors following you, it's best to start with Buy Now or Offers. If you’re not sure about pricing, it’s always good to see what other artists on Exchange Art are doing and talk to the community.
5. Use editions to reach a wider audience.
Editions are a great way to sell your art at a lower price point and reach a wider audience. This is a good option if you're confident in your art and you want to have a more accessible price point. Make sure to connect with your collectors and share on social media!
6. Use airdrops to incentivize collectors.
Airdrops are a way to give collectors free art. This is a great way to thank your collectors for their support, and it can also help you attract new collectors.
I hope this guide helps you sell your digital art on Exchange Art. As always, we are here to support you, so don't hesitate to contact us if you have questions.
Updated on: 14/07/2023