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Whether youve been in business less than a year or 30 years, saving money is always important for a successful bottom line. Saving money means you need to compare prices, services, and products carefully to get the most out of each dollar.
Mylene Hillam is the artist behind Mill Lane Studio. She is a designer for the craft and hobby industry specializing in mixed media, papercrafting and jewelry and she has a keen interest in Friendly Plastic and Resin.
Happy New Year! Its a time of celebrations, reflections, and a few resolutions for not only yourself, but your business. The start of a new year is a great time to review your business goals and to also take note of your successes!
I have a pretty solid ability to predict which online stores will succeed and which will fail largely based on one strong correlation. To explain, its important to first look at what its like to launch a brick-and-mortar retail store.
To Price or not To Price? That's the question. Do you spend the time pricing every item with a price tag or sticker or do you save time by just putting up a sign and fielding any questions in the booth. Maria offers her suggestions.
So first off, what does the 411 mean? I remember that little saying from middle school & that was like, so 15 years ago! Whoa, that makes me feel old. Weird.
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.
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.
Running your Etsy shop by yourself but wishing that you had some salespeople to sell your products for you? If so, listen up! You can turn your customers into salespeople (and you won't even have to pay them a salary)!
They sell licensed fabric with college logos, popular characters, and many more licensed designs, but I heard that someone got a cease and desist letter the other day? What's the story? Get an overview of what all this means from Maria Nerius.