Author: Dillehay James
Brand: Warm Snow Publishers
Edition: 2nd Sell Your Crafts Online ed.
Package Dimensions: 9x227x230
Number Of Pages: 124
Release Date: 10-08-2020
Details: Product Description
Are you bewildered about how to market your handmade products online? Discover step-by-step, how makers and artisans succeed selling on e-commerce sites working from home.
Has your online sales presence failed to produce the income you’re seeking? As an artisan featured in The Wall Street Journal, Yahoo Finance, and Entrepreneur Radio, marketing pro James Dillehay’s thirty years of experience has made him a master of turning small projects into six-figure enterprises. Now he’s here to teach you how to position your arts and crafts head-and-shoulders over the crowd of competitors.
Sell Your Crafts Online is a one-of-a-kind blueprint for finding success and generating profitable returns in the highly lucrative world of e-commerce. Between helpful how-to’s and checklists, Dillehay’s proven strategies will speed your landing your passion projects in every buyer’s shopping cart. By following his user-friendly approach, your hard work will reach wider audiences ready to invest in your talent.
In Sell Your Crafts Online, you’ll learn:
How to find crafts that make money from sewing, crochet, jewelry, quilting, soap making, candle making, dolls, beading, woodworking, polymer clay, art, and more
Pro tips for selling on Etsy, Amazon Handmade, eBay.com, with Shopify
Discover how to sell from Facebook shops, Instagram, and Pinterest
How to post your product listing on multiple channels at the same time
Methods for using SEO to draw in shoppers looking for products like yours
How to price your pieces online to earn top dollar
Ways to pitch to influencers so your products secure social media attention and much, much more!
Sell Your Crafts Online is the essential guidebook for anyone looking to take their handmade products business to the next level. If you are ready for expert advice from an experienced online seller, then you’ll love James Dillehay’s must-have manual.
Buy Sell Your Crafts Online to find more buyers for your creative products today!
“I am reading SELL CRAFTS ONLINE for the second time and its worth 3 times what i paid for it. Your books are the blueprint to selling online and anyone who has never sold online needs these, along with those who just want to increase exposure and sales opportunities.”
— John & Svitlana Malinina
“For those that want to take a truly aggresive approach, “Sell Your Craft Online” …. comes complete with over 500 different ideas, and if you still can not land sales after reading something like that you might as well call it a day and pack it in for good.”
“This book is choc full of great information and resources aimed at getting your craft business online and making it work once it’s there. I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in selling crafts or artwork online.”
— Mommacass, Palmyra, VA, Amazon.com
“James is by far the most qualified and talented marketer for the craft industry. His knowledge is only outweighed by his honest desire to help people.”
— Phoebe Welburn, Vice President, Welburn Gourd Farm
“James was a guest speaker on our Guerilla Marketing conference call and he blew me away with what he knows about selling online.”
— Jay Conrad Levinson, best-selling author Guerrilla Marketing, over 21 million copies sold in 38 languages
About the Author
James Dillehay is a craft artisan, former gallery owner, and author of fifteen books. He has sold his handmade products online at Etsy, Ebay, and Amazon, at competitive juried shows in the US, and to galleries and boutiques from Manhattan to the Grand Canyon. James developed and presented crafts marketing programs for the University of Alaska, Northern New Mexico Community College, Bootcamp for Artists and Craftspeople, The Learning Annex, and more. He has been interviewed in The Wall Street Journal Online, Yahoo Finance, Bottom Line Personal, Family Circle, The Crafts Report, Working Mothers, Entrepreneur Radio, HGTV’s The Carol Duvall Show, and mo