What is selling online is one of those questions that if we knew the answer, we could really cash in, right? Yes, no, maybe. Fads come and go. What is selling online today may not be so hot in a few months. The real question to ask is how to make your items stand out[…]
by Angee Robertson. A vital step in building your business foundation is documenting how certain tasks are performed whether by you or someone else. This may seem like an annoyance at first but you will thank me for it later. By completing this step, you will ensure that tasks are completed consistently and efficiently every[…]
Let’s say you have found stuff you want to make to sell. To be profitable, you can save money by buying your materials in bulk. Here are some sources for locating wholesalers: http://fleamarketzone.com/top-product-sources/ http://www.toptenwholesale.com http://Liquidatorsmarketplace.com Cut out the middle man by going direct to the manufacturer. Makers of craft supplies (and practically anything else made[…]
My problem solved through creativity and imagination By Brandy Boswell, Artist & Owner of Elegantly Haunted, www.ElegantlyHaunted.com – Hand painted Glassware for ALL Occasions!!! Today there are many ways your make your home, gift giving, and entertaining greener. One of the best methods is through purchasing products that are repurposed. However, it can be difficult[…]
Branding for your Craft Business by Chrisy Bossie Brand and brand management is the basis of your advertising and the way people remember you. When I sell my product I want the person that bought it to be able to remember the name “earthegy” years from now. I want that word to be famous. That[…]
Mobile merchant credit card processing will increase your sales at craft shows. Not all your potential buyers carry enough cash for those impulse purchases craft fairs are so well known for. So which portable credit card processing provider should you use? Since the boon in mobile phones, numerous services have emerged. Squareup com is probably[…]
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You’ve probably heard of billion dollar businesses that originated out of someone’s garage. Amazon.com began in Jeff Bezos garage. Amway, Apple, Disney, Google, Mattel, Microsoft, Dell and Nike all started from their founder’s homes. But how often do you hear about successful handmade businesses and how they scaled their small start up into global success? I[…]