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Tag Archives: Craft Marketing

October 26 Mercer Collective

Where: Mercer Warehouse – Entrance on 104 St by Roast – 10359-104 Street, Edmonton, AB To find us, we’re on the corner of 104 St and 104 Ave – look for the big R – go in those doors and head downstairs on your right. Trick or Treat! On October 26, first 100 guests get […]

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What NOT To Do When Selling Online: Part 2

I’ve touched on this subject before in What Not To Do When Selling Online but I just see so many instances in online sales where a seller just… fell flat. Didn’t hit the mark. Failed to close the deal. Left the customer high and dry. The awful cliches can go on forever but the bottom […]

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Sweet Sundays: Love Charm Necklace

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, this super sweet Bottle Necklace by Rozzie would make a sweet gift. Handmade in Calgary, and featuring the word “love” done in wire, this necklace would be sure to please you sweetheart! Source: etsy.com via Jasmin on Pinterest

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After the Craft Show: How Do You Stay In Contact?

  The show is over, you had a great day, you’re all packed up and ready to leave. Now what? How do you stay in contact with all those customers and potential customers after the show? How do they get in contact with you? How do they find you to buy more items? How do […]

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I’ve got an Interest in Pinterest

If you haven’t gone on Pinterest yet, you are missing out. Not only is it the mecca for DIY ideas, but it is a great way to have your products marketed. I created an Alberta Craft Alert Pinterest board to use on our website. Within seconds the products I pinned were already being re-pinned by […]

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I only sell at craft sales or Etsy – Do I need a logo?

Ah logos – ever since companies figured out that brand awareness=sales, logos have adorned everything from product to websites. But what does it do for the average artisan selling their fine goods at a craft sale? A clear, well designed logo can quickly describe what you have to offer. If a craft sale is having […]

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