When issue five launches in May we will officially be into the second year of publication for the My Craft Biz Magazine… It has been a phenomenal experience and learning curve for me, so today I thought we’d take a moment here on the blog to celebrate that achievement and look at what is next.
Starting to sell on Etsy, or your website can be an exciting time, but what you will notice over the coming months is a natural ebb and flow to how sales come in and that can feel a little bit like waiting for a bus – you wait for ages and then they all arrive at once!
The true trick to building sustainability with your income is to create a sales system that keeps those sales coming in regularly and with a higher average sale price each quarter.
But how do you do that?
Today I’m going to give you some quick tips on how to get started, so make sure your read right to the end!
Getting your products shipped safely and in the best time is our main concern after a sale, so planning ahead for busier times is never a bad thing... believe me things like third party staff shortages, postal strikes and even bad weather can cause delays that you might not expect. So we will be talking about shipping your products around the holidays and how to cope with it effectively. It's a live session, so feel free to ask questions and chip in with your top tips!
My Craft Biz eZine is a quarterly advice publication for Craft Businesses, brought to you by me, Sara Millis of My Indie Life Blog.
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