Let me introduce you to my favorite art biz blogs from around the web. I added them in no particular order but all of these fine folks can teach you a ton about how to sell art online and therefore change your life forever!

So go check them out, sign up to their newsletters (that's where you get most of the goodies), connect with them on social media and use their knowledge to get your creative web biz to the next level:

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ArtBizBlog.com

Aly2012-RAF-full-200wAlyson B. Stanfield is an art business consultant and author of I’d Rather Be in the Studio: The Artist’s No-Excuse Guide to Self-Promotion. She helps artists gain more recognition, organize their businesses, and sell more art.

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DesigningAnMBA.com

SONY DSCAs a designer/maker, your business has its own set of special needs. But at the same time, you can’t neglect the fact that it is a business. Whats standing in the way of you and success may not be your talent as a crafter, but rather your skills as a business person. Megan Auman want to help you change that.

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TheAbundantArtist.com

301286_10150786220150207_619421876_nCory Huff's goal is to teach artists to be empowered to take charge of their own art business, and to not let others dictate to them whether or not their work is good enough, commercial enough, or fits some pre-determined mold of what an art career should be.

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RedLemonClub.com

alexFounded by Alex Mathers the site aims to help creative people of all kinds gain the recognition and quality of life they deserve through various resources, tips and ideas centered around promotion, business, branding, productivity, attracting clients and more.

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FreshRag.com

freshRagDave Conrey is an artist and art director with many years experience working in print media. He says that the problem with most art, design and craft businesses is they operate under the same old principles as they always have, but the playing field has changed. It’s time to change our businesses as well. .

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EmptyEasel.com

EmptyEaselEE was founded by Dan Duhrkoop and is an online art magazine with practical advice, tips, and tutorials for creating and selling art online. Their business section has a huge collection of blog posts on marketing, SEO, advertising and general advice.

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MariaBrophy.com

Maria_at_Studio_9-07_copyMaria Brophy has successfully built up her husband Drew’s lifestyle art brand, bringing him the status of being the top licensed surf artist in history and now helps other artists build a succesful career as well. Her expertise lies in licensing, marketing and promoting art, which are the topics she most likes to blog about

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RightBrainBusinessPlan.com

jennlee-soul-portrait-sqJennifer Lee is a certified coach, artist, yogini and the author of the Right Brain Business Plan which includes practical yet playful illustrated worksheets and step-by-step instructions to guide you through all the pieces of building your business plan in an artist friendly, right brain kind of way.

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SteelToeImages.com

youtube_profileMarketing for photographers can get complicated. That’s why Angela Pointon decided to help independent talented visual artists run their businesses better, market them better, and create an amazing experience for each one of their clients.

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CreativeWebBiz.com

yamileAnd last but not least I will mention the blog you are reading right now. My name is Yamile Yemoonyah and like all the other wonderful people I introduced you to above, I want to help you sell art online. My specialty is building WordPress sites as well as online business coaching for creative folks.

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