10 Steps To Start Selling Your Craft Online

10 Steps to Start Selling Your Craft Online

Any accountant will tell you that the first of the year is a great time to start your new business. So if you’re new year’s resolution was to take your craft off the table and into the online world of virtual shops and social marketing, then you’ve come to the right place.
Over the next ten weeks here on Talk Tuesday’s, we’ll go step by step to selling your craft online.
Whether you’re an artist, woodworker, jewelry maker, quilter, writer, or other type of crafter, you can take your hobby out of your bedroom or shed and into the online market. Perhaps you’re already surfing the craft fairs and setting up tables – great.
For the past thirteen, I’ve enjoyed being both a craft vendor and a freelance writer. Over the course of my career I’ve assisted in the start-up of many types of businesses. With a B.A. in accounting, I have had the privilege of helping many successful clients take their talents and turn them into full-time businesses.
In the next ten weeks we’ll cover the following topics:
1. What’s Your Idea of Craft?
2. Plan and Purpose
3. inventing Your Style
4. Playing the Name Game
5. Going Solo?
6. Dotting Your I’s and crossing your T’s
7. Calling Your Customers
8. Opening Up Shop
9. Putting up the Banner
10. Making Your First Sale
Together we can support and encourage crafters of every type, level, and stage of their business career. I hope you’ll continue to join me on this journey of taking your craft beyond the table to the online market.
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Daughter of a dairy farmer, this crafty mom has a heart for all things handmade. When she's not writing or crafting, you can find her creating memories with her family.

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