If you walk into any retailer at the mall, you’ll find that almost all of them follow similar techniques when it comes to catching a shoppers eye, drawing them in and selling to them. Of course you don’t want to follow exactly what large retailers...
When you get a business card, what do you do with it? I appreciate a well-designed business card and know how much thought, time and money small businesses put into them so I would feel guilty if I just tossed them out. I actually have a reall.
Everyone and their mama has a cellphone and majority of those phones have a camera on them. Why not encourage craft fair shoppers to take that phone out and use the camera to market your business? Here are 3 clever ways:
How to get Craft Show Shoppers to Remember your Handmade Business
Do you remember the business name, website or where you placed the business card of the vendor you sat next to at your last craft fair? You spent hours with them and shoppers spend minutes with yo (Simple Business Card Website)
Although craft fairs are a more casual shopping setting, you still want to be sure you keep a professional vibe and represent your brand properly. Here are 5 things customers don’t want to hear or see at your craft show booth.
Organizers put a ton of work into planning and executing a craft fair and they’re relying on their vendors to help make it great. You’ve helped spread the word, created tons of amazing stock, showed up on time and were a peach to deal with.
When I bring my husband to Farmers’ Markets or craft shows that will have food vendors, I know we better have full wallets. Just the other day we made a quick trip to our local Farmers’ Market for 2 things and 2 things only.
5 Reasons you're Not Making More Money at Craft Fairs