Social Platform For Artists

. September 9, 2009 . 0 Comments

A few years back, a new online art matchmaker site called BoundlessGallery.com popped onto the cultural scene allowing artists and art seekers a worldwide a place to connect. Now, the company has spun off an innovative online “social platform” for artists worldwide that is designed to help connect artists and their works with the ideal consumers who want them. It is called TheArtistFinder.com and it is free to join and just being launched to the market this month.

“We see the online marketplace changing from the old guard of big one-stop shops like eBay and Amazon, to a new order where the actual site you buy from matters less than finding the perfect product,” says BoundlessGallery.com/TheArtistFinder.com President Luke Terpstra. “We exist to support original artists online.”

The truth is most artists use multiple online venues to promote their work and a site like TheArtistFinder.com helps support artists’ success wherever they can find it. Instead of trying to fight against all the options artists have and use, TheArtistFinder.com helps embrace all of them and provides very useful hub where artists can send potential customers to all of their sites.

It is a simple and easy site to bridge the gap between all of an artist’s web locations and can be used to synchronize ALL of that together for free. On TheArtistFinder.com, members are allowed to list all their online stores where their works are listed, as well as their social network profiles. This allows artists to take all their links from all the art sites they may have their works posted; Boundless, Esty, Yessy, etc. AND all their social network profiles like MySpace and Facebook, and now replace them with just ONE link to a new hub: www.TheArtistFinder.com

Art lovers looking to find that perfect art piece are able to browse the sites for free as well linking to multiple art sales venues. Artists are able to list their works for sale and simply pay a percentage commission when works are sold through either the BoundlessGallery.com or TheArtistFinder.com sites.

Created by Mr. Todd Brabender, who is 41 years old and a former media person himself, is the kind of PR guy journalists hate to love — but love nevertheless. An old-fashioned press agent with newfangled powers, he blasts emails far and wide from the basement of his flagstoned mid-American home. First sucessful product campaigns … now art and artists seeking commercial exposure, on what Brabender calls a “Social Platform”.

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