Richardson, TX (PRWEB) July 21, 2010
myArtwork.com separates itself from the average online virtual gallery with tools that let art sellers market their work, communicate with potential customers, and get user feedback through comments, discussions and blogs.
The only fees charged by myArtwork.com are the final value fees for items that have sold. Not only can art lovers locate works worldwide, they can also take part in art discussions and be notified when their favorite artists host events or post new art.
"There really hasn't been anything like myArtwork.com before," said CEO Adam Spigel. “Artists, art collectors and gallery owners can quickly sign up to receive feedback about their art by uploading images and when they are ready, they simply list their inventory to start selling their work. When art is sold, buyers typically pay sellers through PayPal, much the same way Etsy and eBay work. For our painters and photographers who can't part with their original pieces, we help them streamline the reproduction process."
Mr. Spigel stated that his company understands the challenges of buying artwork from the Internet and has implemented different tools to protect buyers and sellers such as a feedback system. "Now art collectors have a way of purchasing beautiful works of art from those who control the process," he said.
With the success of online collaboration sites such as Facebook, Flickr, and YouTube, myArtwork.com has found its niche in the art world. Not only does myArtwork.com bring art buyers closer to those that sell art, it also provides artists, gallery owners and collectors links to their myArtwork.com blogs and artwork images to generate more exposure and increase their Google search engine ranking.
For more information, please visit: http://www.myartwork.com
myArtwork.com is the place for art, where you can discuss, buy or sell. The company helps people worldwide locate works of art, keep up with their favorite artists and make new art friends, along with providing event notification and a place to take part in art discussions. Sellers are given a set of tools to promote their artwork and art shows. Sellers can easily set up their own online store, guest-book and blogs. Sellers can also use the company’s email system to stay in touch with the admirers of their work. For additional information about myArtwork.com, please visit the company’s web site at http://www.myartwork.com.
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