These are 5 Freebie options to choose from to get readers opting into your email list.
The things I blog about on my blog are lifestyle art and literature. As an art blogger who wants my readers to join my email list, It will be nice to have a freebie to give to the new contacts. That’s where the brainstorming comes in. As also a lifestyle blogger, I can easily come up with anything but, I wanted to represent Art as part of the blog — what’s another way than to incorporate art in my freebies?
Part of my audience are people artistic, budding artists and newcomers. I came up with these freebies to share with them and I’m sharing this with you.
Freebie ideas for art bloggers
1. Free printable art resources
Hey, lover of printable(s) and wallpaper!
This is the one I like to go for. Whether it’s wallpaper, gift wraps or colourful sheets, these are awesome freebies to give newcomers to a blog or to get people to opt-in for your emails.
They can range from
• colouring sheets
• designed drawing sheets /worksheets
and lots more
what’s another way than to incorporate art in my freebies?
2. Free colour palettes
Apart from Pinterest, colour palettes examples can also come from you. If you are a pro in choosing colours and matching them, that’s a freebie option you can carry out.
You can find more examples on my Pinterest
3. How to draw guide
They want to see how you draw trees, fruits, how you shade, light effects — ‘yes, how do you do that?’
This can come as
1. Free tutorials
2. A Guide (in PDF)
3. Free workshop
4. Free webinar
5. A free Ebook
6. Free review of their art
By knowing your audience, you know what best serves as a freebie. If I don’t want to bother learning how to draw but still appreciate art, well sorry, I don’t want that free stuff.
4. Blog launch starter kit (printable)
There are artists struggling to have a bomb website or blog. If you are a multi-niche blogger helping others to know the ins and outs of blogging and also an art blogger, then this is for you.
1. A blog starter checklist
2. Help with seo related questions
By knowing your audience, you know what best serves as a freebie.
5. Free tools for art and Graphic designs
To get readers to join your mailing list,
–sharing your favourite tools for designing some precepts from your favourite editing app is not a bad idea, this can also be in form of a resource library too…As far as it’s free😜
6. Discount in your art shop
A discount code for items in your art store is a good way to get people to join your email list. Tell them to sign up for the Newsletter to be given a discount code.
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