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#1 posted 02-09-2018 05:13 PM

The days of brick and mortar stores are numbered. I’d focus on selling via social media that gets propagated via sharing. You could get millions of views if it goes viral. There are several ways to determine pricing, cost of materials and labor multiplied by the markup necessary to make a profit, or starting with a price that sets the perceived value/market you’re looking for and seeing if you can produce the product for that while still making the necessary profit.

This may help you figure out pricing:

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