Congratulations on deciding to take this step to get organized and ready to rock your art business!
...Blogging, marketing, customer lists, inventory lists, exhibit plans, receipts, sales, photo files, research, shipping policies, email templates, materials lists, suppliers, tax deductions, opportunities, web clippings, charity requests, email lists, newsletters, events, social media strategy, ideas, dreams, things other people are doing, types of chocolate...
I think we can all agree that being an artist today means spending lots of time keeping track of lots and lots of information.
Doesn't it seem like there is more information to keep track of all of the time? Do you feel overwhelmed by it all sometimes? Most of the time? There's a reason for that.
Doesn't it seem like more and more of your precious studio time is being taken away by running and marketing your business?
By the way, yes, you do own a business.
If you don't pay attention to your business, you won't sell your art.
You need a way to get organized.
Enter Successful Artists Use Evernote.
UPDATE: Fall 2014
My Evernote Guide: Successful Artists Use Evernote is currently available as a free report. Hop on over to www.artistgeek.com and grab you free reports—look for the button at the top of the right column.
In the meantime, I also HIGHLY recommend Brett Kelly's book called Evernote Essentials.
Click here to grab a copy and start using Evernote to simplify your life.
PS if you have any questions at all, click here to drop me a line
Evernote is a free online service that will keep all of your random notes backed up and easy to find from anywhere.