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

A simple shop audit can help you spot problems and improvements as well as helping you to understand your craft selling business better.

Here I talk about how I perform a shop audit, with a printable checklist that you can edit and adapt to suit your own business.

Listen to the podcast or read the full transcript and shownotes on the Tin Teddy Blog - A Shop Audit for Craft Sellers.

Scroll to the bottom of the blog post (from the above link) to find the checklist in multiple file formats.

Goal setting can really help your craft business.  In this episode I discuss how to set achievable goals, always with the craft seller in mind.  Learn about my personal goal setting technique, and how I am using it right now. 

Listen to the podcast or read the full transcript (and shownotes) on the Tin Teddy Blog - Goal Setting For Crafters

Christimas and the holiday season can be very busy times for many craft sellers.  This episode of the Craft Seller Success Podcast looks at ways to prepare now so as to make the busy period easier and more profitable.  Lots of hints and tips for both new and seasoned craft sellers.

Listen to the podcast or read the full transcript (and show notes) on the Tin Teddy Blog - Preparing for Christmas Time Craft Selling

Pinterest can really help a craft seller, both as a way of generating traffic and sales, and as a powerful research tool.

In this episode of the Craft Seller Success Podcast I talk about how a craft seller can get the most from Pinterest.  Lots of hints and tips.

Listen to the podcast or read the shownotes and full transcript at Tin Teddy Blog - Pinterest for Craft Sellers

Selling crafts online is more competitive than ever.  In this podcast I discuss 9 things that I believe can really help you boost your business,  encourage more visitors to your shop, and get more sales.

Listen to the podcast or read the shownotes and full transcript at Tin Teddy Blog - Selling Crafts Online, 9 Things You Must Do

Social Media is one of the most popular, and productive, ways to market handmade crafts.  It is also great for getting more traffic to your blog posts, building up a network of fans and followers and can even help you research your next crafty project.

In this episode I talk about how you can use social media to enhance your craft selling business.  In particular I look at deciding which social networks to use,  creating a strategy, and hints and tips on getting the most from social media.

Listen to the podcast or read the shownotes and full transcript at Tin Teddy Blog - Social Media for Craft Sellers 101

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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