Note: Be sure to watch the 9-part companion video series at: https://vimeopro.com/user39282990/craft-business-workshop
It has never been easier to start a home based business using the Internet to sell what you make. A whole generation of young families are enjoying additional income because they've learned to make and sell from the comfort of their home. The potential is real and the impact on household budgets can be life changing.
But according to an April 2011 article in Inc. magazine, the average Etsy seller makes just $785 a year. You can do much much better!
In Craft Business Power the founders of Liberty Jane Clothing share their journey from startup to selling over a million dollars online. They started with a $39 sale on eBay in 2008 and today they lead a dynamic team and have a thriving online business that author Jim Cockrum has called "a virtual empire" (Free Marketing 101, Page 89).
If you're ready for a realistic 15 day plan for launching a profitable craft business that is easy to follow, filled with practical advice, and proven to work, this book is for you.
If you want to start or expand a craft business get Craft Business Power today!
Remember, we've created a free video companion course for you at: https://vimeopro.com/user39282990/craft-business-workshop
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book puts massive potential into the hands of a craft business owner. In it, you are introduced to a power-seller couple, Jason and Cinnamon Miles, who have been at it for a few years now. They have so many profitable branches of their company (Liberty Jane Clothing), it's simply unbelievable. They are on their way to becoming a million dollar company! So if anyone out there is wondering: Yes, a successful online craft business can certainly be built from home. You'll learn about the history behind their own online business, and see the stepping stones of how it was done. The book is split up between 15 days, just enough time to really boost your business. Each day you read about a new topic, tool, or angle on the subject, and it provides you with an action step, which can be done right away. Contrary to what I believed the book would be about, the Miles actually prefer eBay as their business platform, choosing auctions as the best method to sell their products. There are a few mentions of Etsy throughout, but the book would be much more beneficial to users who are ready to use eBay. Although the Miles' business strategies may not work for every type of craft business, the book can give anyone a new outlook on their products. Maybe you'll find the one thing that is lacking with your own product listings. Just making a single change in the right direction might surprise you with the outcome. "Craft Business Power" guides you to find the new step that you need to take TODAY.