Welcome to the Artist’s Eyeball launch party! Woo, streamers, balloons, cakes and small children peeing themselves with excitement (what, it could happen).

Pull up a chair, pour yourself a drink and have a slice of cake…

Gâteau mousse de Framboise
Creative Commons License photo credit: Rubyran

The Artist’s Eyeballs were quite insistent that they had never had a proper launch and that not enough people knew about them. When they heard that I was meant to be launching something at the end of November for Customer Love, they started tugging on my sleeve. Since I felt kind of bad that I’d launched them accidentally and then buggered off to Holland for a week, I gave in.

Besides, it meant I didn’t have to create something new – ssssh, don’t tell them!

Btw, this is what I’m doing instead of a Birthday sale because My Inner Businesswoman decided that 10 days before Christmas was a mind-bogglingly stupid time to try to sell anything that wasn’t Christmas related. Although if you do want to buy someone an Eyeball or a session of consulting as a Christmas present, rest assured that I will find a way of putting ribbon on it, even if I have to wear the ribbon myself.

A present for you

First of all, a fabulous freebie, wherein I demonstrate ‘stuff that I know’ and you get to think, ‘shit, I’m doing that wrong’ and rush off to your site to fix it. Even if you’re not in the market for an Artist’s Eyeball, I hope you’ll watch this 5 minute demonstration video and share it with your friends.

Huge thanks to Carol Nunan for bravely volunteering to be a guinea pig in exchange for a free Artist’s Eyeball.

Btw, this is why you should sign up for my newsletter. Last week I put a call-out to my newsletter peeps for volunteers and got a fantastic response – thanks so much to everyone who responded, I was hugely impressed at your willingness to volunteer. I’ve also picked a second victim, Julie Shackson: her site will feature in another demo video later in the week.

Why you should buy An Artist’s Eyeball

Well, because they’re awesome!

Of course I would say that, I’m their mama. However, I can report that the majority of people who’ve received one of these have been instantly fired up and usually started making changes to their websites straight away.

Kirsty cut right to the chase – what worked, what didn’t, what would make my sales page better. I felt encouraged & excited to have some concrete steps to make improvements. I was a bit afraid the critique might hurt, but Kirsty knows how to make you feel good about what you have, while helping you make it even better.

Melissa Dinwiddie from A Creative Life

The Artist’s Eyeball was an eye opener. Kirsty gently but firmly told me my sales page isn’t about ME but my CUSTOMERS.

LaVonne Ellis from The Complete Flake

What you get

You get a highly detailed written report that points out everything that I think you’re doing wrong on your website or blog. Lest this sounds too depressing for words, rest assured that I also enthuse about the stuff you’re doing well. You get a lot of eye and brain for your money: Full Eyeballs tend to be between 5 and 10 pages long, sometimes even more and even a Mini-Eyeball will usually contain several pages of suggestions.

Now I know this might not seem like the most exciting thing in the world to buy but holy cow, these are seriously useful. You get a nice big list of things to tackle and often a bit of longterm strategy thrown in for free. Instead of aimlessly going around in circles for months or years wondering why this internet lark isn’t working out for you, you get pointed in the right direction at last. You can also work through things at your own pace, confident that you’re making positive changes.

And if I can’t find anything to say about your site or you don’t find the report useful, I’ll give you a full refund.

Super-duper Special Offer

I highly recommend snagging one of the larger packages because they’re an amazingly sweet deal. In fact, I won’t be offering these prices ever again, this is an introductory offer only.

….Drumroll please….

Mini Eyeball – £20
The mini-Eyeballs are staying at £20 because that’s already ridiculously cheap and my Inner Businesswoman wasn’t having anything to do with a deal on these.

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Blog Eyeball (including up to 3 static pages) – £50, now only £35
The Blog Eyeball is down to £35, which is £15 off. That’s some kind of complicated percentage that I can’t work out because my maths guru, Colin Beveridge has gone on holiday to America. How inconsiderate!

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Full Artist’s Eyeball – £100, now only £50
A Full Artist’s Eyeball normally retails at £100 but for 3 days only I’m offering it at half price. £50 for an entire site analysis is crazy: I had to lock my Inner Businesswoman in the basement to get away with this.

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Full Eyeball with consulting – £160, now only £100
The Full Artist’s Eyeball with an extra brains consulting session is currently going for £100 instead of £160. That’s a full written website analysis plus 45 minutes of follow-up on Skype where you can delve deeper into what I’ve recommended. Total bargain.

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What if my site isn’t ready yet?

There is no expiry date: you can buy an Artist’s Eyeball now and use it later (thanks to Skaja for asking this question). Just make sure that you tell me on the order that you want to wait. It would also be helpful if you can give me a rough idea when you’re likely to need it, so that I can make a note to follow up with you.


You’ve only got three days to take advantage of this: the offer will close at 5pm GMT on Friday 3rd December 2010.

If you’re absolutely desperate for one but you can’t afford it with Christmas coming up, email me and we’ll sort something out. Please don’t be shy or embarrassed. I know what it’s like to need something when you’re skint and while I can’t lower the price any further, I’m happy to work out a payment plan with you. But you’ve got to brave enough to step up and ask.

Please note:
If there’s a high demand during this sale, it will take me longer than the usual 7 days to do your Eyeball.

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I am an artist & purveyor of obsessive projects based in Hebden Bridge, England. My work involves the accretion of large numbers of small objects - pins in fabric, knots in string or hundreds of envelopes - to make sculptures that deal with fragility, loss, repetition, obsession and time.

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