New Studio Accounts & Studios Directory Released
ArtStation is excited to announce the release of a new Studio plan that enables studios to reach more companies and artists and build a strong brand presence on the platform.
The release of Studio accounts also comes with the introduction of a new Studios Directory, designed to connect outsource studios with companies looking to hire talent for upcoming projects.
As an introductory offer, Studio accounts are priced at just $15/month (billed yearly). Upgrade now and save!
Let the Work Come to You
So many companies around the world rely on ArtStation as their main source for finding creative talent.
Listing your studio on the Studios Directory makes it much easier to be discovered and get leads from employers who are actively looking.
The simple interface enables searchers to filter by company size, location, specialty, and keywords. From there, they can immediately explore your portfolio for more or message you directly.
Add and Manage Team Members
Make managing your Studio account easier by adding multiple admins. The team members you add can help to upload artwork or products, reply to messages, update website settings, and more.
All admins can seamlessly switch between accounts from the main dropdown menu without having to sign in and out each time.
Build Your Brand Presence
Having a Studio account on ArtStation can be both a valuable marketing and recruitment tool. It’s a great opportunity to share and connect on the industry’s leading hub for art and design.
Post artwork from your latest release, create blog posts on updates or opportunities, and interact with your fanbase and potential candidates.
How can I list my studio in the Studios Directory?
To be listed in the Studios Directory, you first need to have a Studio account. Then make sure to have “Appear in the Studios Directory” checked in your Settings.
However, you can update these settings at any time.
What’s the difference between a Plus/Pro account and a Studio account?
Plus and Pro accounts are intended for individual artists whereas Studio accounts are intended for studio organizations. Studio accounts include access to all the premium features in a Pro account, plus the ability to appear in the Studios Directory and being able to add multiple team members to the account.
See a comparison of all features for ArtStation subscriptions here.
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