Craft Business

Learn tips and tricks for running your own creative business. Learn how to sell your crafts and how to start a craft business.

5 Basic Lessons of Marketing (Or, How To Win Some)

I could go on about search engine optimization, or how to take better… More

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5 Ways to Beat the Creative Blues

Learn to get through your creative blocks with these great craft business… More

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Pricing your Crafts by Multiplying

One method often used when pricing your work for sale is the multiplying… More

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Toil and Labor A Fair Wage

Part of pricing your crafts for sale is establishing your labor costs.… More

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Quick Photo Tips: Do What You Can With What…

You dont need a professional photography studio to get decent product… More

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Cashing In On Your Creativity: Get Your Designs…

Learn how to sell your craft designs in this great article by Maria… More

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Make Promotional Products a Priority for Your…

Once your crafty business is up and running, there are things you can do… More

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Lights, Camera, Action: How to Light Your Photos…

Whether you're having trouble lighting your photos or lighting your… More

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So You Want to Do Craft Shows

Doing craft shows can be fun and profitable! Thats how we got started at… More

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How to Take More Product Pictures in Less Time

Do you take pretty good product pictures, but feel like its taking up too… More

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How to Formulate an Effective Blog Post

Well here is my recipe for a fantastic blog post! I'm not sure who coined… More

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Learn Copyright Laws for Small Craft Business

Many people have turned their crafting hobby into a small business. This… More

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Online and Brick and Mortar Stores Are Basically…

I have a pretty solid ability to predict which online stores will succeed… More

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Your Market Counts in Pricing

Where you are selling your goods and who you're selling them to can play a… More

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Money Saving Tips for Craft Professionals

Whether youve been in business less than a year or 30 years, saving money… More

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