Internet Marketing for Artists

Cartoon: Him - I don't know whether to be a millionaire or an artist. Her - Can't you compromise? Become a millionaire artist or something?

Drawing by Hugh MacLeod

Last month I wrote a piece at Wishful Thinking called Why Artists and Creatives Have an Unfair Advantage at Internet Marketing, which generated a fair amount of buzz. So when it was my turn to be interviewed by John T. Unger for his Art Heroes Radio podcast, we took that as our cue.

Pop over to John’s place to listen to Why Artists Have an Unfair Advantage at Internet Marketing: a Conversation with Mark McGuinness. John was his usual laid-back and charming self, and we had a lot of fun talking about the opportunities for artists and creatives on the web right now – as well as the pitfalls and how to avoid them.

If you have any thoughts on the issues we discuss, please leave a comment over at Art Heroes Radio.

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