The Invisible Artists Club -- Helping Artists get Noticed

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Just Launched… a new website for artists who just want to get noticed. Author Craig Smith says "The Invisible Artists Club - It’s so easy to become a member. No one sees your work. So you don’t get spotted. So you don’t get shown. So none sees your work. Round it goes." This site shows artists how to break the cycle, become visible, be discovered.

One may hear of Struggling Artists and Starving Artists but mostly they are invisible artists.

The Invisible Artists Club strives to help artists who want to get recognised or to sell their work.

Craig Smith commented "If you still wake up expecting to hear the crunch of the Saatchi limousine on your drive then this site is not for you"    At the Invisible Artists Club we believe It is about working to being discovered. About not leaving it all to chance.

Based on the real life experiences of commercially successful artists and rationalised with the business knowledge of founder Craig Smith, this website / blog is quickly becoming an essential reference to artists needing to increase their online visibility.

Everyone looks online --- whether it’s a gallery looking for a new artists to show or collectors looking to buy work the first port of call is the web … Google recons that over 75% of art purchases are researched on line.

The aim of the club is simple … to make artists leave it. The Invisible Artist wants artists to become visible, successful, recognised.

The invisible Artist helps artists create an effective online presence and shows them how to drive visitors to it. In fact creating a website is the easy bit - Its creating the right “pointers” and getting people to look … now that’s the interesting bit.

Its not magic, there is no silver bullet, a lot of it is straightforward (and maybe sometimes a little boring) but it works. (and there are ex members to prove it)

But don’t read any more … Just take a look and decide … The Invisible Artists Club – the first steps to being discovered.


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