Here are some concrete tasks you can work on over the next few weeks that will bring more people to your shop and convert them into customers.
2020 is here! And with it, trade shows, business goals and events. Print this 2020 calendar, staple together, and start drafting your goals for next year!
WeCrochet is a new website and catalog from the company that owns Knit Picks. Dedicated to crochet, there are plans for magazines, books, and a podcast.
Creating a Facebook group for your business can be a great way to build community, giving your customers and fans a way to interact with each other and to learn from you. Here’s what you need to know to set one up successfully.
For many knitters too large of a stash can hamper creativity. Tinkknit is helping to solve that problem by creating an online marketplace where yarn lovers can sell their excess skeins and earn cash to support their hobby.
Which digital cutting machine should you buy? We review the most popular models from Silhouette and Cricut so you can choose the right one for your needs.
Setting up an Amazon Influencer page is a great way to share your favorite things with your followers, earn income from affiliate marketing, and share your affiliate links in your newsletter without breaking the Amazon Affiliate program terms of service. Find out how in this helpful post from Shannon Fraser.
Adding barcodes to product packaging can help craft business owners expand their reach. While some entrepreneurs run a successful craft business from their home, others will be looking to vend at retail stores and online giant Amazon. For this reason, they may eventually shop for proper barcodes.
At Freeman’s Creative in Durham, North Carolina customers can enjoy a whole variety of crafts in a warm, welcoming community.
Keep up with what’s happening in the yarn industry with the news update on fall 2019 happenings of note including acquisitions, closures, and events.,