Don’t put all your eggs in one basket! You’ve probably come to realize from this series that you have many ways to market and sell your woodworking and I only covered some of the ways. A quick review:• Business name• Business signage/...
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I'm 64; a self taught woodworker, that took my 3pc. suit and tie off almost 30 years ago and decided to make saw dust for a living. I retired my business in 2012 and spent the next year and a half in Greenwood, Delaware before moving to the Treasure coast of Florida. Spent almost 20 years in the Raleigh, NC area and 7 years in Myrtle Beach, SC. I now keep myself busy working on projects around the house and writing a book in my spare time.
-- John @ http://www.thehuffordfurnituregroup.com
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The internet has given us an entirely new opportunity for marketing and selling. It gives us the ability to reach millions of people around the world with a simple click of a button; to be able to sit behind a keyboard and reach out and touch e...
Galleries; Art galleries, craft galleries, co-op galleries can be another way to get your woodworking in front of the buying public. There are thousands of Galleries available to a woodworker. They may not be in your town, but guaranteed there...
I mentioned very early in my series that image is so important when it comes to marketing yourself and your business. Too many times a woodworker overlooks two very important factors when trying to market and sell their work. 1. Image; Th...
Shows; It doesn’t matter if you’re selling country crafts or high end one of a kind, custom made furniture; whether you’re selling at an outdoor craft festival, a juried show or a large indoor home show, the same principles apply. The biggest m...