Your Craft Business in the New Year

With the New Year now upon us, I thought I’d take a moment to share a blog I’ve found rather enlightening over the last few years.

When one gets serious about art, that business aspect almost always creeps in. To sustain our art (or obsession as it often is), selling our work becomes a necessity. Artists are usually business minded so it is very helpful to have a helping hand in that area.

The Craft Business Biz blog written by Terri Belford covers that one area of arts and crafts that most of us would prefer to think about as little as possible. It can be a bit heavy on the dramatic marketing in the way the blog is set up, but the advice is generally pretty good. For example, his post earlier this month on making your business stand out is just a short list of common sense things you can do to help boost your business. Terri only posts a few times each month so it’s not stuff you’ll be getting hit over the head with. But it is great to get those little reminders to think about improving your business on a regular basis.

The New Year should not be the only time you work on improving what you do, but it is a good place to start.

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One comment

  1. Hi, Ponderings,
    I wanted to thank you for the kind mention of my Craft Biz Blog. I have spent the majority of my career supporting the arts and helping artists and crafts people make a living so I appreciate your directing your readers to my blog. Please feel free to download the “13 Tips” on the right side of the page. It’s free and chock full of great tips to sell crafts.
    Terri

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