This article is about how to price homemade craft items. It includes the most commonly used formulas for baseline, retail, and wholesale pricing as well as advice on everything from comparing the prices of similar items to the advantages of buying wholesale supplies.
This article is about how to start and maintain successful blogs for craft businesses. It includes blogging platform information as well as ideas for blog posts, features, and topics.
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A step-by-step guide on how you can make a profit selling your artwork on ebay as a self-representing artist.
Learn art marketing tips from successful artists with years of experience. Watch their video interviews. Decide what will work best for you.
Here are 7 basic things all artists and artisans must do in order to succeed at selling at arts and crafts festivals.
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How do you get fair financial compensation when someone plagiarises or steals your artwork or design? Follow a common process to deal with copyright infringement and take back control.
Learn how to start a handmade card business below! I've also included a few tips to help you set it up for success.
Every company that makes digital images, craft stamps, and other images uses an angel policy to keep their original artwork from being "stolen" by another party. Learn how these policies affect you as a crafter or professional maker.
What are the most popular and sellable themes in art? Which subjects sell the most art? Do you know? Are these questions important to an artist?
Do you love crafting with your Cricut machine? Do what you love and make some money doing it! In this article, we'll go over some fun products you can create to sell with your machine.
Artists have a bad habit of looking at other creative minds as competition, rather than colleagues. I'd love to help more artists learn from each other and helping each other grow.