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Hey, I’m John. I’m a painter and a programmer. I used to make websites for my artist friends (you’ve probably seen some of them) and, after a while, I took what I learned and made a platform for artists to use to create their own websites. It’s called xhbtr.

xhbtr is designed just for artists. Everyone who uses it is an artist. There are no coffee shops or vintage boutiques using xhbtr. They can’t. It wouldn’t work. The only things you can do are display bodies of work, put up a CV, put up a contact page, and then link to those different pages. And xhbtr makes those things super, super easy.

If you’re curious, you can read more about it and see some examples on the home page: xhbtr.com. You can sign up for a free trial from there, too.

Here’s a discount code for for readers of Contemporary Art Daily: daily-summer. That code will work through the end of August. (After that, xhbtr will cost the normal price of $15 per month.)

Feel free to shoot me an email if you have any questions! I’m john@xhbtr.com

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