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Nicolette Tallmadge

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My name is Nicolette Tallmadge, I currently run my own hand crafted jewelry design business. I’ve been designing and selling jewelry for over 11 years. I got the idea about The Crafted Webmaster when I was working as a full time and freelance web designer. I created my first site in 1996 by learning HTML in a magazine and used that experience to get a job designing web sites for a living. While designing sites full time and on a freelance basis, I was also designing and selling my own handmade jewelry and used my web experience to promote myself online. During that time I helped many of my fellow artisans with setting up their own web sites and with advice on how to promote their business on the web. I now run my jewelry business full time and I’ve built The Crafted Webmaster so I can provide information to other fellow artists and craftsmen so they can learn how to promote their work on the Internet.

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Do you have a blog for your artwork? If so, you've probably already gone through the initial buildup stage, perhaps you've gotten some steady readers and traffic, maybe you're getting some comments on a regular basis, and now you've hit a... more

If you gather any type of information like names or email addresses on your art website, you'll need to make sure that you have a privacy policy on your website not only to assure your subscribers, but also to be fully compliant with privacy... more

As an artist, there are a number of different products and services that you use on a regular basis, everything from supplies, magazines, books, web hosting, or other services. Did you know that you could get income simply by recommending... more

If you have a website for your art, how much thought do you give to where your customers "land" or enter your website? Most people assume that the first page a customer sees on their website is the homepage. But many times that's not the... more

If you haven't yet heard of Foursquare, Facebook Places, or Gowalla, these services are a new type of social networking service called "location based social networking" that allows people to "check-in" to locations and share their... more

Marketing your art website through contests can be a great low cost way to get more people to your website and gain more visibility. However, you need to know how to do these contests right to be effective. In this show, we'll talk about the... more

Teaching art and various creative skills is also a great way to expose more people to your work and can be an additional source of income for your art business. And the Internet has never made it easier to teach people all over the world... more

Labor Day signals the official end of summer, which means that the holidays will be here before you can blink. If you're like most artists, the majority of your sales occur during the holiday gift buying season. So need to make sure that you're... more

If you're gathering the names and email addresses of the people that are visiting your art website, you're already ahead of the game. So how do you make the most of every name and every email address on that list? One of the biggest... more

There are a lot of things that can influence how visitors to your website interact and react to your website. One of these factors is the psychological phenomenon called "social proof", where new visitors get cues on how to behave on your... more

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