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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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Facebook profile or page? The difference between the two is still a confusing concept for a lot of artists. What's the difference between a Facebook profile vs a page? Can you have only one? Can you have both? Is one better than the... more

Pinterest is now the 3rd most popular social network on the Internet, just below Facebook and Twitter and edging out LinkedIn. Because of the visual and art and design related nature of Pinterest, it is a natural fit for artists who want to use it... more

The Internet is awash with social networks these days. Everything from Facebook and Twitter to Pinterest, YouTube, and LinkedIn is a potential source to market your artwork. But how do you decide which is the right one for your... more

One of the most powerful tools that an artist should have in their marketing arsenal are photographs of their work. If used correctly, images of your artwork can help beat a path to your art website. In this episode, I'll talk about... more

Do you have a blog for your art business? Are you thinking about starting one? Well there are 5 things that you can do that will make your art blog a failure. In this episode I'll list these five mistakes and how you can avoid making them on... more

If you've been keeping up with the social networking scene for any length of time, then you may have heard of Google+ the newest entry by search engine giant Google. So what's the fuss all about? How is Google + any different than... more

Is your art business prepared for the mobile web? The purchase and use of smartphones is on the steady rise. People are using their iPhones, Android phones, Blackberrys to surf the internet, shop, check email, communicate on... more

All websites require a certain amount of upkeep to be effective. And as technology and the Internet itself changes, so does your art website. If you have a website to showcase and market your artwork you also have to make sure that it's also... more

Do you know what your art collectors and customer want from you? If you wish to market and sell your artwork successfully, it's important to be aware of what your customers and collectors are looking and what they expect from you. In this... more

One of the biggest dilemmas you'll run into when you're selling your artwork is coming up with a fair and honest pricing to charge. This is especially tricky if you're selling your artwork through multiple channels. In this show, I'll talk about... more

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