Red Bubble Art Website

As an artist that is also a Stay Home Mom of two little girls and is also homeschooling them I find that selling my art online on websites like the Red Bubble Art website is the easiest way to do it. It allows me to have such a larger audience. To go to an art show of any significance I would have to drive 2 hours one way and then you would not be sure how successful the show would be. Don’t get me wrong, I do love the interaction with other artists but like many, my time is very tight.

As a result I have found selling my art on the Internet rather rewarding. With my two daughters we are all able to sit around the table for the better part of the day doing home school and creating art. My daughter Marianna is eight years old and loves to draw as well. My husband that has worked with website development has helped us girls out tremendously by setting up our blogs. If you wanted to see Marianna’s blog you could go to My other daughter Elizabeth is only two and although she has a website she is not working on it yet, lol.

So I have found the Internet a great place to sell my art. The websites that I get the most sales from is Etsy, Red Bubble and Ebay. In this article I wanted to share about the Red Bubble Art website.

I have been creating art for many years and now with the ease of the Internet I looked into how to sell online and many of the artists that were selling online had their work listed on the Red Bubble Art website.

To set up an account with Red Bubble is easy and free to do. As I am learning from my husband you always want to keep in mind how search engines index websites on the Internet. This is called SEO or search engine optimization and is very important. I wanted to make sure that I owned many of the important websites for marketing with my name, lanawynne. Websites like Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.

To get started on Red Bubble you just need to visit their website and create an account. This is like any other standard website requiring your personal information to get started.

Once you have your account set up I recommend that you go through all the options to complete your account as much as possible. You will do this by clicking on the MyBubble on the top tabular menu. After clicking there you will see a number of options down the right hand side of the page. They are listed as Edit Your Profile, Change Your Portrait, Edit Your Address, Connect with Facebook, etc… Taking the time to complete your account now will insure that you don’t start listing without your information being correct and complete.

Once you have the account set up it is time to start listing your work, which we will cover in the following article.

Article: Adding Your Art to the Red Bubble Art Website

Here is a YouTube video where we cover setting up your own Red Bubble Art Website Account

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February 7, 2011

Thank you very much for sharing this information! I had not heard about the red bubble yet and I will check it out right away! It is very inspiring to find such a nice family! ^u^

March 24, 2011

Kori Vincent @ 12:23 am #

I have bee following you for a while now. I really enjoy your work and we share the same art lifestyle and mom style.
My only question is why is red bubble different than any of the other hundreds of art sites out there. They all do SEO and operate about the same. There is just so much competition at them it seems like a waste of time. I do really well with just my website and EBay. I have tried everything else but, get sick of wasting my time. How many paintings have you sold at red bubble? Just wondering, Kori

April 22, 2011

AB @ 6:03 pm #

Have you had a lot of success using Red Bubble? And I also homeschool my kids, so I applaud you. It’s quite a job, but well worth it! :D

April 27, 2011

Chriss Pagani @ 4:58 pm #

I like the way Redbubble looks, and the quality of prints is outstanding. I see fewer sales from RB than from Cafepress or Zazzle, though. I don’t know if it’s the prices (some are a bit high) or what it is. Maybe it’s just me.

June 19, 2011
June 26, 2011

I love Redbubble for looking around and show mine. Never happen to sell. But community is great!

July 1, 2011
August 14, 2011

I joined REd Bubble NOW WHAT? I haven’t really spent much time there. I’m a member of FAA and I suppose the same options are available.

Love your work!

August 15, 2011
January 21, 2012

Angie @ 11:39 am #

I wanted to say thank you for this write up on Red Bubble. Their site has changed now but what a valuable post. I have seen your work on Red Bubble and it is wonderful. A unique style in some of the work. Great messages in them, positive emotions.

Thanks again

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