Helping craft sellers sell their crafts, via Etsy, Shopify, Craft Stalls or standalone websites etc.

Nowadays many artists and designers are using print on demand services to make and ship products for them.  With super-low start up costs, time-saving and easy connection to popular marketplace and website service, this new online selling system has become huge.

In this episode of the Craft Seller Success Podcast I am looking at how print on demand services work, how they can help your craft business, as well as the pros and cons that need to be considered.

As usual there is a full transcript on the Tin Teddy Blog - Selling your Designs Using On-Demand Services

There are so many types of sales and promotions around nowadays. Which might be useful for your craft selling business to try? What do you need to do to make the most of a promotion and how can you avoid the common pitfalls.

In this episode of the Craft Sellers Success Podcast I talk about sales, multibuys and other promotions, from the point of view of craft sellers, of course.

Listen to the podcast or read the full transcript on the Tin Teddy Blog.

Our packaging needs to do three things.  It should protect our lovely handmade items, it should present them in an attractive manner and it should help promote our brand.  In this episode of the podcast I look at all three of these requirements.  Plus lots about how to delight your customers with your packaging, whilst saving money and protecting the environment at the same time.  Lots of hints and tips in this one.

Links to products mentioned, and a full transcript are in the show notes on the Tin Teddy Blog - Packaging Your Craft Products.

Lots of hints and tips on preparing for a craft show or event.  What should you take with you, what do you need to know in advance and how much will it cost?  If you are thinking about selling your crafts at an event, this episode of the Craft Seller Success Podcast will help ensure your day goes well. 

Links, show notes and a full transcript on the Tin Teddy Blog. - Preparing for a Craft Stall or Craft Show

Help with planning and building a standalone craft selling shop using WordPress and the popular free plugin, WooCommerce.  Lots of handy hints.

Links to all mentioned plugins, themes and sites, plus a full transcript are on the Tin Teddy Blog - Craft Seller Success Podcast Episode 20 - Building a Standalone Craft Shop with WordPress and Woocommerce

Most craft sellers regularly feel that they just don't have enough hours in the day to do all that they would like.  Whilst no one can magic more hours, there are many tried and tested techniques that may help you get more from the hours you have.

In this episode I explore numerous techniques, tips and tools to help the busy craft seller get more done whilst still having time for yourself, family and friends.

Shownotes and a full transcript are on the Tin Teddy Blog - Time Management for Craft Sellers

It can be very distressing when your handmade craft shop isn't getting as many sales as you would like. 

In this episode of the Craft Seller Success Podcast I aim to help you work out where the problem may lie, and how to fix common issues.

There is a full transcription, and links to all sites mentioned, on the Tin Teddy Blog - Episode 17 - Help! My Craft Shop Isn't Getting Any Sales!

It can be hard to compete when you are a small craft seller.  In this episode of the Craft Seller Success Podcast I look at how becoming an expert in your niche can help boost your sales.  What is an "expert", and what is a "niche"?  Why would you want to be one... and how do you actually do so?

Full transcript and shownotes on the Tin Teddy Blog - An Expert In Your Niche

In this episode I look at 9 ways you can add value to your craft products to increase sales, and your profits.

Every year the craft selling niche is getting more crowded.  How do you stand out from the crowd?  How do you get people to buy your products?  

Adding value to your products can give you an edge over the competition, increase the perveived value of your products and really make a difference for your craft business.

Listen to the podcast or read the shownotes and full transcript at Tin Teddy Blog - 9 Ways To Add Value to Your Craft Products

This episode looks at branding.  Why it is useful, how to work out your own branding guidelines and ways to incorporate your branding into your craft business.

Even if your craft business is very small, you can still benefit from thinking a little about your branding.  And it needn't be an expensive or complicated subject to tackle - but it has the potential to really help your sales.

Shownotes and full transcript at Tin Teddy Blog - Branding for Craft Sellers

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