This Could Be The BEST Tool for Finding Freelance Art Jobs.

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I’m talking about none other than

There are droves of potential clients, and professional artists who have reviewed them via the site.

It’s like a loose union of artists looking out for other artists (which is the coolest thing ever, I might add– you’re not in this alone.)

I recently began pulling leads from this site and shooting off my portfolio to a few companies a day.

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As an artist looking for work, you have to be vigilante until you have a batch of returning clients that provide you with steady, well-paying work.

Even then, it’s wise to take at least 1-2 days a week to go “prospecting” for new ones.

In short, I highly recommend that you check out the site, and if you need a little extra help, I’ve put together this video to get you started on putting a portfolio together + a few other pointers.

Oh, here’s a simple marketing plan to help you get started:

And ┬álastly, here’s my Art Commission Specialist Course, where I show you everything I know about freelancing, including:

  • How to get Commissions (Private and Commercial)
  • Being Visible – Rising above the noise
  • Contracts
  • Agencies
  • Being too old to start?
  • Knowing what to charge
  • Knowing when you’re ready
  • Building an eye-catching portfolio
  • Dealing with (and mostly avoiding) bad clients
  • Forming a simple marketing schedule
  • And more…

That’s all for now! I wanted to keep it short and sweet so you can spend more time TAKING ACTION! (it’s the only way you’re going to see results.)

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