Sharing documents, collaborating on posts, building on common visual inspiration — these are all tasks that can be done remotely using any of these tools.
Buy Nothing groups are hyperlocal groups, mostly on Facebook, centered around a gifting economy. These groups are great resource for crafters and artists. We take a look at a few of the ways crafters can make the most of their local groups.
Selling live on Facebook can be a fantastic way to create a personalized shopping experience for your customers. Here’s a guide to getting started.
Author Marjie Kemper created this helpful checklist to walk you creating a Facebook Group. Print it out and check off the boxes as you work through each step.
In this webinar, Stacey Trock gives you tips for communicating with customers in ways that are positive and efficient so you can overcome customer service challenges.
Join award-winning quilter Rebecca Bryan and Alissa Norton, a former video producer for Craftsy, for a webinar about the nuts and bolts of producing a top-notch online video class.
Acquiring a sale costs money. Even if you’re pounding the pavement with “free” marketing, you’re spending your precious time that even money can’t buy back. Learn to use Facebook ads the RIGHT way once and for all in this webinar.
Many craft business owners have experimented with Facebook Live and for some live video has become an integral part of their marketing strategies.
“We’re entering this new golden age of video,” Mark Zuckerburg recently told BuzzFeed News. “I wouldn’t be surprised if you fast forward five years and most of the content that people see on Facebook and are sharing on a day-to-day basis is video.”
Online groups offer a space to meet new customers, build relationships, and where people can form connections with each other.