ARTBUTLER Blog

5 Signs Your Website is Outdated

We’ll show you 5 signs, which prove your gallery or artist website is still up-to-date.
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Art Fair Planning 3.0 – Interview with Setareh

The gallery Setareh has been using fairplanner by cura3D since autumn 2018. Christina Wigger is responsible for planning art fairs for the gallery and spoke to us about her tasks.
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GDPR Guide for Galleries

Our GDPR Guide for Galleries will help you to understand which measures to consider and implement.
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10 Tips to Manage Your Art Inventory

Are you thinking about professionally managing and documenting your art works, collection, or inheritance? A lot of questions may arise when dealing with professional art management, especially if you aren’t familiar with this topic.
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Sell more Art through your Website – Art Sales and the Power of Images

Imagine you could sell art 24/7. Your visitors could make out every detail, get an idea of work dimensions and obtain sufficient information on art works and artists. And your presence wouldn’t even be required. That’s all possible!
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Interview with the Artist Thorben Eggers

Our “User Stories” column features our clients giving an account of their experiences with our products in their daily working lives. Artist Thorben Eggers uses ARTBUTLER CLOUD, our online solution for art management and art presentation.
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Interview with collection trustee Nicola Bude

Our “User Stories” column features our clients giving an account of their experiences with our products in their daily working lives. Collection trustee Nicola Bude (M.A.) uses ARTBUTLER CLOUD, our online solution for art management and art presentation.
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Top 5 online marketing tips for galleries

In our five tips and specific examples, we’ll show you how to bring more visitors to your website, how to raise your artists’ profile, and how to sell more art using simple and inexpensive measures.
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How to sell art more easily

There are many ways to sell your art: in galleries, on art fairs, or via the internet. Selling art online offers numerous possibilities. You may use platforms such as Artnet, Artsy or social media platforms like Instagram or Facebook. When communicating directly with collectors, however, these channels also present some shortcomings. They don’t allow you to send exclusive and individual offers or exhibition previews to potential buyers.
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Social Media for galleries

Are you still satisfied with the number of people visiting your gallery? Or are your visitors becoming fewer and fewer? In this case, you are not alone.
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8 questions for Alex Schlesinger | Galerie Alex Schlesinger

Our “User Stories” column features our clients giving an account of their experiences with our products in their daily working lives.
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Stay independent from designers and programmers

What exactly does it mean to be independent from designers and programmers?
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8 questions for Klaus D. Bode | Galerie & Edition Bode

From the "Eight questions to..." section. Insights into the exciting and varied world of art business.
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Responsive Design for gallery websites

When we talk about “responsive” websites, we mean websites that automatically adapt themselves to any screen size – whether it’s a big desktop monitor or smaller smartphones and tablets. This means not only arranging the page to make it easy to read and browse on any device, but includes loading the right image for retina and other high-resolution displays.
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Make it easy for clients to get in touch

You enable collectors and anyone interested in art to quickly and easily start a dialogue through various tools on your website. This makes it easier for them to contact you.
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Image driven Websites

Your website focusses on what most interests your audience: images of your art works.
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