For months, pricing and value have been rattling around in my head. How do you value yourself as an artist? What message are sellers sending out with their prices? What should go into a price? How do you price different kinds of products?
It’s been on my mind since I first wrote An Artist’s Guide to Pricing last year, but it’s turned into a consuming obsession recently. So, I made some time over the last couple of weeks to come back and revisit what I wrote, and today, I’ve got an updated version of my pricing ebook for you!
The core message hasn’t changed; I’m still talking about the methodology and psychology of pricing, and offering practical tips for artists. I’m really excited about this new version, though, because I feel like this second look helped me find clearer ways to say things. In fact, I think version 2 is better than the original – it’s tighter, more informative, and better designed. And this time around, I’ve included ideas for pricing digital products and services, in addition to pricing for physical products.
In case you’re wondering, yep, it’s still free and the same copyright from the original applies – so long as you credit me and aren’t using it in a commercial endeavor, you can keep it, share it, print it. Tell your friends! And if you could link to the post, versus the download directly, that’d be awesome. Thank you!
To download a copy,
Much love goes out to the following artists for giving me permission to include their work in version 2: Dave Conrey, Ronica Jones, Erin Prais-Hintz, Kellie at 74 Lime Lane, Nic McPhee, and Julie from Farmer Julie.
Updated December 2013: After two years, this ebook has been retired. Thanks to the thousands who downloaded and enjoyed it!