Sara Curtis | Surface Pattern Design, Sewing & Home
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The Immersion Course is OPEN!! Bonnie's teaching has helped me to become an expert in Adobe Illustrator. I've seen my art on products in Target, on children's wall art, and bolt fabric with large retailers. Starts at the beginning, but covers everything Bonnie knows about surface design from her 10+ years. Beginner designers, artists, creative business owners, retired creatives...this course is for you. It's the most generous and encouraging community I have ever been blessed to be part of.
How to Set Up a Sales Funnel for your Handmade Business - Made Urban
If your handmade business doesn't have a sales funnel, you're missing out on a lot of sales. On average 98% of shoppers will not buy, so you must give options aside from buy or don't buy if you want to boost sales. Here's how to do it...
How to Grow Your Etsy Shop’s Email List on Autopilot — Morgan Nield
SO email marketing. It’s one of those things that you know you should be doing (since everybody and their dog coins the phrase “the money is in the list”), but if you’ll permit me, I’m going to make a guess that it’s probably been at least 6 months since you last emailed your list (no judging here—we’ve all been there and I'm currently digging out of an email marketing rut myself). Your growth is probably feeling a little stagnant as well. Did you gain 20 subscribers last month? 10? 3? If ...
Upping your game: producing remarkable work — The Brand Stylist | Elevate your Brand
I’ve been thinking a lot recently about what it takes for a business to be remarkable. In this post we explored what being remarkable can do for you (spoiler alert: it’s the most powerful, sustainable and rewarding way to market your company) and here I mused on why being remarkable matters more