⚠️ Final week to get FREE website setup and management for life – we will do all the work for you. Schedule a 10-minute intro call with the form below and we’ll give you a quick overview, show you how our augmented reality tool works, and fill you in on how we can help you get more traffic from collectors. If you like what you see, you can schedule a more in-depth demo for later.
You can upload as many images as you want into your photo galleries.
If you're like 99% of our members, you will be perfectly equipped with the amount of pages we specify here.
Most of our members never use more than 10-15 pages on any given website (and in most cases, far less than that). You can display tons of photos and products on your site, and host an extensive blog, with just a few "main" web pages.
For example, a "Store" is just one page (the categories and products within a store don't count as pages). A "Blog" is just one page (the blog posts within a Blog don't count as pages either).
The only reason you will need an extensive amount of pages is if your business sells other products or services and want to add pages to market them. You can worry about this later.
If you're an artist or photographer, you won't need more than 1-2 store pages. Typically, an artist will set up 1 store page to sell prints, and a separate store page for their original artwork.
Additional store pages allow you to create a very large art gallery with a vast portfolio of artists or photographers. More importantly, they allow you to set up different pricing so you can charge different prices for a different series of work (for print studios, this is used to have for different pricing for different artists).
No problem. We're built for enterprise level art stores. Just ask, and we'll give you a custom quote.
Your images are protected, frankly, by people who know how to protect website content and have been doing it for years.
We've got powerful features to help you manage your website over time:
Maybe you're new to Art Storefronts, or perhaps a friend referred you and told you about our amazing support. Make no mistake about it, our support is truly unrivaled.
Upon sign up, we automatically assign a dedicated support rep to help you with the onboarding process, if you need it. Our team members are extremely knowledgeable in eCommerce, marketing, SEO, and the art and printing businesses and can really add value. Aside from just helping you set up an online art store, we're going to give you ideas on how you can use Art Storefront to help grow your particular business.
This is what we are known for. Our incredible, patent-pending Art Storefront tool uses a proven method to help drive more sales of art on your website.
As a photographer, artist, or print studio -- selling prints is where the money is, and we're here to help you profit from it.
This allows your website visitors to upload their own photos and use the patent-pending Art Storefront, on your website, to purchase directly from you.
This is a critical feature for print studios, and a great opportunity to grow your business if you already make your own prints.
Such as "www.yoursite.com". It only takes 1-2 minutes to connect a custom domain with your Art Storefront, and we have step-by-step instructions to make it easy.
We've built features, and continue to develop more features that are specific to running and growing a photography/art business.
The first step in our process is to conduct a 5-10 minute introductory call to review the quality of your art, and see if Art Storefronts might be a good fit for you.
This introductory call is NOT a sales call. Our representatives are not authorized to sell you anything on this call, and you are not allowed to buy anything on this call. The purpose of this call is to give both sides a chance to see if it makes sense to explore Art Storefronts further.
If at any point you don't want us to call you, just say the word! Our representatives will add you to our “not a fit” list, which we treat very respectfully here at Art Storefronts.
This feature has been released for beta testing. This means it's possible that you might run into a bug. It also means this feature may still be a "work in progress" in terms of functionality -- so if you're expecting perfection, don't use this feature!
We encourage you to use this feature, because your usage will help us find and fix any bugs related to it. It will also help us to fully release this feature in a shorter period of time.
WARNING: If you plan to introduce any custom code in this area, you need to understand the risks involved. This is a courtesy reminder that Art Storefronts Technical Support is not equipped to troubleshoot custom code, and technical support for custom code is not covered by your license.
If you need help after implementing custom code, you will need to contact the web developer and/or person who implemented the custom code.