How to Run a Successful Handmade Business & KEEP Your Day Job

I love helping my fellow crafty peeps out. I always feel a deep sense of accomplishment whenever one of you dear readers lets me know how much this blog has taught and motivated you to press on and become more successful in your life and business. I appreciate you and I practically end up on cloud nine every time I hear that you return that appreciation.

I love offering you guise help and advice and recommendations based on my own business and personal experiences. However, sometimes my response needs to be much longer than a single blog post, LinkedIn comment, or Twitter response. When I’m asked, “How do you do it all?” It’s hard for me to correctly answer in just a few sentences.

So I wrote an eBook.

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… an it’s available on Amazon for your kindle or e-reader right now for $3.99.

In this book I go through the beginning steps of setting up your business (deciding what to make, and who to sell it to), how to promote those products to increase your sales, and how to manage your time so you can still do all of the other things that are just as important.

I set the price lower than a cup of coffee, because I really want all of you guise to read this book. In fact, I want to give a PDF version away to one of you for FREE.

Share this link (http://www.amazon.com/Successful-Handmade-Business-KEEP-ebook/dp/B00BCQCTKU/) on the following platforms, and receive an entry to win each time you share:

– Post on Facebook +1 (can be repeated daily for additional entries)
– Post on Twitter +1 (can be repeated daily for additional entries)
– Pin to Pinterest +1
– Post to your blog +1
– Post to Wanelo +1

Please leave a comment with your links/usernames to prove how many times you’ve entered. Contest is open until midnight on February 19th, winner will be announced on the 20th.

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10 thoughts on “How to Run a Successful Handmade Business & KEEP Your Day Job

  1. Jennifer Leigh Cuddeback February 11, 2013 at 3:28 pm Reply

    Shared you on FB! Sounds like a pretty neat thing!

  2. Dawn Whitehand February 12, 2013 at 8:33 am Reply

    Hey Megan … great idea… tweeted twitter.com/dawnwhitehand and Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DawnWhitehandVisualArtist

    cheers and good luck with it :-)

  3. studiocherie February 12, 2013 at 10:01 am Reply

    I recommended it to my facebook friends – posted the amazon link there. Congratulations!

  4. […] Last Monday I offered you all a chance to win a PDF copy of my latest eBook for free. The lucky winner has been selected, and will be sent her free eBook later today. (Congratulations Wendy Mueller! Thanks for entering!) […]

  5. […] This group (also the kind of people who view the glass as half full, as you have probably guessed), think of their day job like this: it’s an opportunity to make money while still being able to work on building their business in their spare time. This group knows that while operating a business while working full time may be hard, it is still entirely possible. […]

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