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In order to make your craft business successful, no matter what kind of business you are running, you need customers or an audience. To attract people, you need to get the word out. This part of networking is easy and should cost you little to nothing.
Put together great craft show displays with this handy checklist! Craft show ideas like this will help you to become the toast of every craft show by creating an engaging display that will attract customers. Before you know it, business will be booming!
Not sure whether to create your own craft blog or not? Check you this article for great ideas for creating your own craft blog to promote your ideas and creations and to drive traffic to your online shop. A blog is a great marketing resource!
This tip popped up many times during my search for great time management tips! I find it the truest of the true: Time management is a myth, a lie, a fairytale, and a guilt magnet.
You can have the best product in the world, but if no one knows about it, you're going to be sitting with unsold product stacking up! Part of selling your work online is promoting your product and one of the best ways is to use free social media.
Sold items from your online store will need to be shipped to the buyer. Have a plan before your open your online store. Maria Nerius gives you some topics to consider in this great article about maintaining your online craft store and shipping your crafts.
Well here is my recipe for a fantastic blog post! I'm not sure who coined the term 'Evergreen Blog Post', but it's a great way to describe a post that continually draws traffic to your site.
One method often used when pricing your work for sale is the multiplying method. Maria explores why sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't.
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