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7 Tips For *Craft-tastic* Earning Potentials - Articles Surfing
How many people have talents? How many people get paid for those talents? See, that is the difference. Talents are not the problem, money for the talents is. Probably millions of us around the world have that problem.
Nevertheless I remember as a young child I would see my mother cook, clean, sew, decorate, and just about everything else. She could make clothes and take some things we took for granted and make them look like her own creation.
Wow, my mother had it going on. I think now if my mother would have had some of the opportunities we have today she could have been what Martha Stewart is to the world of Crafts today. Simply put a craft is just something made by hand or an artistic product created that requires some degree of tactic.
That would leave one to believe that crafts consist of a wide range of things from writing to making grandmas pies. You know the one with the family's secret recipe that could make you millions if you would sell the recipe.
I will give you 7 easy tips for craft-tastic success. It's simple and easy.
Tip#1: Know what your craft is. Make sure it is perfected or nearly perfect.
Tip#2: Don*t copy others. Be unique. If your product is similar to someone else*s, add something that separates it from others.
Tip#3: Present your craft as if it's in a class all by itself.
Tip#4: Know what your craft is worth. Find out by searching the internet and other places. Check your local craft shops or flea markets.
Tip#5: Don*t sell yourself short. At times people don*t buy which makes you think, *I need to lower my prices*. Not a good idea. Good crafts will always have buyers. That is why it's important to do your research so you are not selling too high or too low.
Tip#6: There is a place online for just about every craft known to man. I'll give an example: online auctions and e-commerce sites.
Tip#7: Get family and friends excited. They will tell others about your craft especially if you offer them something for free. Find out who you will advertise to. It could make or break your earning potential.
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