It will be easier to define your target. It gives you a corner, doesn’t it. Of course any mental map reflects. The personality of the individual who conceives it. Also his understanding and the direction of his questioning. You can deduce that the customers who will tend to like your art will be audacious. Extroverted people with a taste for originality. They can be dynamic business owners, designers, artists, people who love trendy places, etc. It may be relevant to target owners. Of boats, marinas, ports, sea travel enthusiasts, etc. Step 2: who to sell to? What do you think is the healthier approach: creating and adapting your art to potential buyers.
Start by defining the outlines of your potential customers
Having potential buyers find us? This is where the artist stands out from the micro-enterprise. Instead of Ghost Mannequin Effect adapting to your clientele. Most importantly, For instance, It’s about finding the clientele that will best suit your work. Make the complete portrait of your ideal buyer. Above all, Canva communication digital. Similarly, Categories and potential customers Start by defining the outlines of your potential customers. Above all, He individual. Most importantly, For instance, target gender age socio-professional category. Similarly, Activity location hobbies passions. In other words, The company: larger budgets, art collections, interior and exterior decoration of buildings, tax benefits. Most importantly, Generally these potential buyers invest in art for 3 reasons.
Determine the categories to which your ideal
The corporate collection the decoration of their workspace and corporate gifts. The professional (interior designers industrial design, architects, fashion designers home staging, real estate agents…) who will do Bj leads business with you to meet the expectations of their own customers. You have to see it as a professional partnership. Determine the categories to which your ideal client belongs. Sex, age, place of residence Revenue Occupation Interest hobby Where can they be found. Are they buying works (If yes, frequency, type, budget) 2. The survey. Here are some tips from the pros to help you better identify your ideal client. First, to know who likes your works, start from those who know you and where you have already bought a work.