Promoting your work
To improve exposure and sales, Redbubble have a couple of different ways to help spread the word about your excellent designs.
Social Media and linking to other websites
Redbubble make it easy for people to share your work with their friends via the ‘share’ button on each design page. This can drive traffic to your designs via Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and Google Plus.
To keep your own social network in the loop with your Redbubble activity, you can also directly link your profile to your Facebook account. This allows automatic posting to your timeline when you add a new work, add a work to ‘favourites’, start following someone, or comment on a design.
You can also add links to your profile page for various other websites - Flickr, Behance, Instagram, Dribbble etc. - by entering these URLs in your ‘Link to Other Sites’ page.
Tagging your work and adding descriptions
Customers may not be able to find your work if it’s not tagged correctly. Ensuring that you’ve got accurate and comprehensive keywords associated with your designs is an excellent way of increasing traffic to your designs, as well as improving the quality of this traffic.
General terms such as ‘cat’ are useful, however you can also get more relevant traffic by entering more specific search terms. We have some more detailed information on tagging on our ‘Tagging your Work’ article.
As people will also find your designs via Google, it’s important to have a description on your work to improve your search engine results for relevant keywords.
If you’d like to share your work on your own website, we have sales widgets that you can embed in the page. You simply have to add the pre-generated HTML code into your own site.
You can access the code via your ‘Account Settings’ page by clicking ‘Promote’.
Help from the Redbubble Community.
If you’d like some more information from fellow Redbubble members, you can check out our Sales and Marketing forum.
The Redbubble Blog also has some great information for designers.
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