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Start Your Own Arts and Crafts Business (Startup Series)
Do you dream of spending the day working on your favorite craft? Would you like to make money in the process? If youOCOre ready to take your crafting to the next level, your favorite hobby can become a fun, lucrative, homebased business. Hundreds of thousands of working artisans earn their entire income from the crafts they produce?selling on eBay, at their own online stor ...more
ebook, 147 pages
Published October 1st 2007 by Entrepreneur Press
(first published September 20th 2007)
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While I'm sure this book is crammed full of useful information, I felt that the page layout was very disorganized and left one feeling overwhelmed and bombarded. There are a few good checklists, but similar ones can be found in other books (such as the NOLO series). I was also disappointed to not see any mention of Etsy despite a 2007 publication year for this title.
This book mentioned some ideas I hadn't heard like giving out two business cards, one for the recipient and one to pass on. It also had good tips on where you can sell your crafts and how to promote your crafts.