One HUGE thing I’ve learned the hard from creating my own handmade video tutorials and working with my students, is why some video tutorials don’t convert, i.e. they don’t sell.
Are you a crafter, artist, or maker? Do you sometimes fear the criticism people may have for your handmade products?
I hear you, because I used to have that same fear!
When you put so much time, effort, and love into your craft and put it out
4 Myths That Will Keep You from Creating Your First Video Craft Tutorial
Have you ever thought about creating a tutorial of you making your handmade craft to sell online?
Now many of us crafters, artists, and makers think about teaching o
Are you ready to Create Your Profitable Craft Business? Start here! This guide and workbook will help you turn your craft hobby into a profitable business in less than one week!
Here’s 6 Steps to Get Started Creating Your Profitable Craft B
Do you love creating, but maybe hate some of the tech you have to deal with in order to reach your customers online? Finding the right business tools as an artist or craft maker can make an incredible difference in your productivity, efficiency,
You’re missing out on sales if you’re not strategically choosing the right sales channels. Read on to find out the places you MUST be marketing your business in order to have a profitable AND sustainable craft or handmade business.
Whoo-wee! What an awesome experience! There’s so much planning involved and many things to remember to pack when attending an event as a vendor.
Whether you’re vending at your local Farmers’ Market, out of state Fiber Festival, or Craft Fair, you need to bring it when it comes to an attractive booth set-up! And if you have never had a booth before, it can be little hard to get started
Are you thinking about starting an online business by making and selling handmade crafts made from fiber, wool, sheep milk, sheepskins, or another fiber-related craft? Or maybe you already have an online store, but you want to make more money?
It’s turned to Autumn and winter is swiftly approaching here in Montana. It’s time to stack and tarp winter hay for the sheep, and get the Icelandic rams in with their designated breeding groups of ewes.