Top 10 Ways to Sell Your Digital Art

Sell your Digital Art

Are you a graphic designer? Perhaps you have landscape or animal photography you would like to sell online? The Internet can be a difficult place for entrepreneurs with digital art to sell because it is easy for people to download your work without paying for it. An image you upload on your site might be listed in Google Images. From there, a person could easily download it.  If you wish to sell digital art online, you need to find a safe and secure platform.  Here are the 10 platforms through which you can sell digital art:

1. PayLoadz: PayLoadz is at the top of the list because of its secure storage and delivery features.  To sell your art, all you need to do is upload the digital art files, and PayLoadz takes care of processing payments and delivering files to buyers.  Begin with a free account and, after you start making money, you can convert to a paid account that provides advanced features to grow and manage your sales.

2. Esty: Etsy is a marketplace for creative and handmade goods.  While the focus is on selling handicrafts and handmade products, you can sell your art using this service. Etsy charges a per-item listing fee plus a commission on each sale.

3. DeviantArt: DeviantArt is a community for artists to exhibit and promote their work.  The artwork on deviantArt is sold as prints and in the form of art gifts such mugs, calendars and greeting cards.

4. Imagekind: Imagekind offers unlimited uploads, a dedicated URL and a global audience to display your digital art.

5. Redbubble: Redbubble is an art community and marketplace for wall arts and other art-based products such as T-shirts, stickers and calendars.

6. Zazzle: Zazzle is an e-commerce store with a designer twist.  Zazzle allows designers, photographers and artists to upload their work and earn royalties when their work is sold as design elements on different products.

7. EBay: People who use eBay sell digital art, prints and original artwork.  Artists can set up their work for sale through the auction or fixed-price modes.

8. Renderosity: The Renderosity marketplace is open to anyone who sells high-end digital art.  The service is primarily focused on selling 3D art and graphics.

9. E-junkie: E-junkie is similar to PayLoadz regarding functionality.  The pricing, however, is based on the number of products and storage space.

10. Tradebit: Tradebit provides you with an open platform to publish your digital art and a tool for marketing.

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