What truly separates successful sellers to average (or less than average) ones:
- mindset (I am going to try and sell my craft vs. I am a business owner);
- they’re systematic/methodical;
- they go the extra (boring/annoying/harder) mile + they don’t settle for “yea, kinda”;
- they kicked the dollar store stigma out of the equation.
What you need to have in place before you even think about marketing your products:
- customer profile;
- branding: tangible and intangible;
- product collections;
- online shop.
Next step is to get traffic to your handmade shop.
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