WordPress setup “Artbiz Style” on Artbiz hosting

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WordPress setup “Artbiz Style” on your existing hosting

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Custom WordPress Theme

Custom WordPress Theme can be added to either package

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Artbiz creates websites for artists and provides you with the skills to manage your own site.

Artbiz’s “WordPress Artist Themes” are clean, simple and elegant; designed specifically to enhance and showcase your work.

Benefit’s of having your art website setup Artbiz style:

  1. You don’t have to bother installing WordPress, I’ll do it for you.
  2. You don’t have to bother researching gallery plugins, or any other plugin: like SEO, or sitemaps, or contact forms, etc. I already have and will set them for you.
  3. You don’t have to worry about which hosting company to use because we use only proven and reliable hosting.
  4. You don’t have to worry about keeping your installation of WordPress and the plugins up to date and secure because I do that for you.
  5. You don’t have to worry about your theme becoming obsolete because theme updates are also included.
  6. You don’t have to worry where to start because Artbiz will point you in the right direction every step of the way.

Sign up with Artbiz to have your WordPress Fine Art website setup within 24 hours, then get back to your studio. I know that is where you’d rather be!

Have Specific needs? Contact me to discuss

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Blue Rhino Paintings SEO Example

I have been asked about SEO and to do it for clients, which I am happy to do, but before I take your hard earned dollars I would like to show you this example. 

Search engine optimization (SEO) is not that complicated. It involves focusing on one search term per page or post. Google wants to know that you are an expert on the topic you are writing about. To do that all you have to do is repeat your search term in key areas. But be careful; you still need to write with a natural voice so it doesn’t sound like you are stuffing in the search term too much.

Here’s an example…

Text that talks about this work.  An internal or external link for more info on Blue Rhino Paintings.  More text about why you do what you do.  Ask yourself why do you like rhino’s? Tell us about your experiences with blue rhinos that lead to creating a series of paintings.

Blue Rhino Paintings by Ricky Martin

Blue Rhino Paintings © Ricky Martin 2010, Watercolor on canvas 8×10 inches

Where would you like people to go next? Your contact page, a detailed blog post about one specific blue rhino. Provide a link to make it easy for people to move around your site.

If you have a gallery of this work, tag  each image blue rhino paintings


The screenshot below is of the WordPress editor with the keyword phrase highlighted.

Below is the report from WordPress SEO by Yoast for the above texts and images.

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About Kim Bruce

Design is Kim Bruce’s background; art, her passion; digital technologies, her tool. Kim is a visual problem solver who designs WordPress themes for fine art. Here at Artbiz.ca, she helps artists get and maintain an online presence using WordPress.

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