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#1 posted 12-04-2008 07:58 PM

Put up fliers, hand out cards, etc… act locally.

Custom woodworking is very tricky to market in a non-local
context. Your website can save you a lot of money you might
otherwise spend on brochures.

If you are good at woodworking and want to work I suggest
using direct mail to generate interest from design professionals
and contractors. The website can be referenced in the
direct mailing.

You are almost sure to be disappointed if you expect anybody
to ever buy any woodworking from you based on stumbling
across your blog.

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