Your Artist Website has an events calendar which you can use to promote your upcoming appearances and events (e.g. art fairs, tradeshows, etc.)
But wait... who's actually going to stop by your website and check your calendar on a regular basis? Aside from your mom and dad... probably no one.
If a tree falls in the woods and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound? If you post something on your calendar and no one stops by to look, what's the point?
Actually... what's the point of posting anything on your website if no one is around to take a look?
Here's the answer...
In case you missed it on one of our previous pages, everything that you upload to your website also gets uploaded to FineArtAmerica.com... simultaneously.
So... when you post an event onto your website calendar... you're also posting it onto FineArtAmerica's calendar.
Why is that important? FineArtAmerica.com gets millions of visitors each month from art collectors all over the world. Those millions of visitors can now see your events!
Really? Yes - really. FineArtAmerica.com has a unique geo-location algorithm that automatically detects the geographical location of each visitor and then instantly tailors the website content to suit that location.
If you're a visitor from New York... you'll see upcoming events near New York. If you're a visitor from Los Angeles, you'll see upcoming events near Los Angeles.
Take a look at the FAA events calendar, and you'll see the algorithm in action.
What does this mean for you? If you're planning an appearence in Boston, for example, all you need to do is upload the event announcement to your Artist Website. The event will then instantly appear on the FAA calendar, as well... and anytime one of FAA's millions of Boston visitors stops by... they'll see your event prominently displayed at the top of their calendar thanks to the geo-location algorithm. No other artist website can do this!
But wait... it's even better. Each week, FAA sends out an e-mail newsletter to hundreds of thousands of subscribers. The newsletter includes a list of upcoming events within the next month. The newsletter also uses the exact same geo-location algorithm to determine the location of the newsletter recipient. What does this mean? If the newsletter recipient happens to live near Boston... your event is going to appear in his newsletter... right at the top!
No other artist website can do this!