Thursday , 31 July 2014

Craft Show Tips

How to Get Post Craft Show Sales

Having a successful craft show experience means more than simply making a lot of money over the weekend (though that's great too!) Another factor to strive for besides immediate sales is directing your visitors and buyers to buy again from you later, either in person, or from your website or marketplace site. Read More »

A Great Big Craft Show Checklist

Last week I wrote about my best tips for selling at craft shows and promised to provide this big checklist of items to consider taking with you to a show. While not every item on the list is a must, I hope it will be helpful to have a list for all the aspects of your booth to take care of, including you! Read More »

Craft Show Manager – Now Available!

Keeping track of your finances at a craft show can be complicated. That’s why we’ve been working the past month developing the ultimate craft show solution to make your craft show season go so much more smoother! Read More »

Diversifying Your Handmade Business – Trade Shows

Dinah Coops launched her line of modern, hand silkscreened home and personal accessories in 2007 and already has several tradeshows under her belt. This Q & A will give you a sneak peek at the tradeshow panel discussion featured at this years School House Craft conference happening this September in Seattle! Read More »

Should you sell at craft fairs?

Yes! You should sell at a craft fair. There is no better way in the world to learn more about your target market and your customers. You have instant feedback as you watch your customers browse your products. Who stops by? Who lingers? Who buys? Read More »

Craft Show Manager

Keeping track of your finances at a craft show can be complicated. That’s why we’ve been working the past month developing the ultimate craft show solution to make your craft show season go so much more smoother! Read More »

Why Etsy Sellers Should Exhibit at Trade Shows

One of the questions I hear most often is whether exhibiting at trade shows is still worthwhile. The answer is definitely. Attending one of the thousands of trade shows happening across the country every year is still the best way to meet new customers face-to-face and get your product on their radars. Read More »

Square Tested

While a woman was looking at my $6 coin purses, she said, “I love these! And I can afford one because I still have a little cash left.” I said, “I take credit cards!” She ended up buying about $34 worth of merchandise. Read More »