I was born in Minnesota and grew up in California. I am a writer, designer, and I have a passion for photography. I also enjoy running, cooking, and listening to music. I’m married with two children and I love to travel. When I’m not writing, I’m probably hanging with my family or taking care of my dogs.
I’ve been a writer for about twenty years. I’ve been published in many places including the San Francisco Chronicle, the New York Times, and the LA Weekly. I’ve also written for USA Today, BusinessWeek, and The San Francisco Chronicle. I’ve had my stories published in the New York Times Magazine, LA Weekly, and the San Francisco Chronicle.
I am a graphic designer (and illustrator) by trade. My first comic was for a magazine called The Artist, and it was a collection of my favorite art from the ’70s. I also did a few short stories, mostly horror, for a magazine called the Thrill. I am the author of another graphic novel, so please visit my website www.nathancoy.com.
I’m a comic book writer, an artist, and a graphic designer. I’ve been published in the New York Times Magazine, LA Weekly, and the San Francisco Chronicle. I have been published in comics books, including a graphic novel, and I am working on an anthology for the San Francisco Chronicle. Check out my website at www.nathancoy.com. I make art and comics for fun.
I’m a graphic designer and a comic artist. I do a lot of art work for my own use, and I have a website, www.nathancoy.com.
Okay, so I’ll just get right to the point. While it’s nice to have your own website, you should be aware that Google will see that you are a professional artist, and will likely rank you higher in Google if you have a website. Don’t let that be the end of the story though, because that is not the end of the story.
Well, as I mentioned earlier, if you don’t have a website, then you are already on the way towards being a professional artist. You have the tools to create art, and as long as you are creative, you will likely rank higher in Google. But if you don’t have a website, you are still in trouble. Think about how long it took you to create the image above? A lot longer than it would take another professional artist to create the same image.
I had someone write to me last night saying that they wanted to make it their business to try to sell me a painting. And I was like “Why would you want to do that?” Because if you don’t have a website, then you can’t even rank your own art. You’re a nobody. Why would I want to give money to someone who doesn’t even have the skills to create the painting? That just seems like a waste.
No, it doesn’t. I’ve talked to a number of artists in the past who have said that they would sell their work to get their website to be ranked high in search results. So if you want to create art, you should at least be able to sell it for profit.
My point is the same. If you don’t have a website then you do not have a website. This also applies to your income. A lack of a website or even a website on your own will not make you a viable business in the long run either.