One of my most helpful tools in the glass shop is my camera. It probably seems like the last tool to choose for working in stained glass but it is true! I have always taken pictures of my work. I do a lot of custom work and often enjoy keeping a client updated by letting[…]
by Angee Robertson A few days ago, in a conversation with a colleague, I was expressing to him a business venture I’m investigating. He asked me what steps I had taken to move forward and how soon I would be launching this idea. I told him I was in the fact-finding phase right now and[…]
Craftmarketer is getting a makeover during the next few days. We’ll be adding news, articles and resources for where to sell stuff you make and ideas for growing a thriving home business. Meanwhile, to view our former craft business site map, click here.
I found out the hard way, that if you use WordPress, your blog is vulnerable. Awhile back, I set up a blog using the WordPress via Fantastico module in my host’s cpanel. It makes for a very easy installation.I hadn’t posted to that blog in several months and then I got an email from one[…]
Etsy still rules as the biggest site for buying and selling crafts but as they grow, they run into a similar situation as eBay did. The larger a company becomes, the harder it is to satisfy hundreds of thousands of users. No matter what they do, they are going to have lots of unhappy members.[…]