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Category: Craft Business
The first real shock for a non-techie, didn't grow up being video taped individual was having to watch rare footage of myself. I must have a little Amish blood in me because I really don't like watching video of myself, it freaks me out a little bit.
Many of the magazines I read include a feature that highlights the contributors to the magazine. Contributors can be regulars used by the magazine every issue or more free-lance and even as a one time only submission.
Today's post comes from my own personal experience this past Halloween. I'm not a huge fan of Halloween, but I decided to turn on our porch light and provide candy for the neighborhood ghosts and goblins this year.
Time is money and you need to make some hard decisions about how much time you are going to spend blogging and how you are going to profit from this time spent.
I've been working selling my wares at weekly markets for the past 4 years, and I always have other crafts people asking me for some tips and tricks to do them.
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!
Part of pricing your crafts for sale is establishing your labor costs. Maria Nerius offers some guidance on how to set your wage.
Youve got your studio ready for taping a video! Whats next? Time to figure out exactly what you want to video tape! Starting with an outline helps.
Vacation! Hopefully everyone gets at least one vacation a year even if its what they call a home vacation where you have time off work, but enjoy your local community as a tourist.
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