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11 Smart Ways To Start Conversations During Craft Shows If you say nothing they think you aren't helpful, or not interested, and they may walk away.  So what should you do?http://www.craftmakerpro.com/business-tips/11-smart-ways-to-start-conversations-during-craft-shows/

Starting a conversation with your customers at a craft show is just so important and an art.The best way to persuade customers doesn't come through pushy sales but by building a relationship with them. Here are a few conversation starters to remember

Which products are best sellers at craft fairs and how can you make your handmade items, one of them?

If you're selling handmade products at craft shows, you're probably wondering; what sells best? Because, who doesn't want to make more money at an event?

A beginner's guide to pricing crafts for craft shows

A beginner's guide to pricing crafts for craft shows. Saving to show my first time vendors for the Jenks Church Craft Show November 2016

A lot of handmade vendors make this mistake. One simple step that will generate more sales and take advantage of your target market being right in front of you. | Made Urban

The Newsletter: A lot of handmade vendors make this mistake. One simple step that will generate more sales and take advantage of your target market being right in front of you.

There are a number of outside factors that determine whether a business will stand the test of time or not but what's important is that the owner is set up properly and maintains the passion and drive needed to push through the hard times. Here are a few reasons businesses shut down and what you can incorporate into your business practices.

There are a number of outside factors that determine whether a business will stand the test of time or not but what's important is that the owner is set up properly and maintains the passion and drive needed to push through the hard times. Here are a few

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. But one mistake at the end of the craft fair can put you on an organizer’s naughty list and make it really hard to get accepted to their next event. What’s that mistake you ask?

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.

Are you using this one simple and powerful method when planning out your products that helps set you apart from your competitors, make your display truly impactful and encourages shoppers to not just come over but also to buy?

Imagine you’re heading to a craft fair and are looking for a knitted scarf to go with your new cream winter jacket. You spot two vendors selling knitted goods.

From the perspective of an introvert, what steers me towards and away from buying. But these are all great points to keep in mind for increasing sales at your next craft fair, regardless of whether you're selling to an introvert or an extrovert.

This may seem like a bit of an odd topic to write on but I can tell you; being an introvert, who’s married to an extrovert, my thinking and rationale is quite different from his. Not all introverts are the same and they're often confused as being s

12 tips to help introverts sell at a craft show

12 tips to help introverts sell at a craft show - this is great. especially since introvert + anxiety can make for very exhausting days.

It's okay to be flexible with your handmade business but don't forego your profits to accommodate a customer.

Shoppers don’t head to a craft fair with the intention of insulting the artists. They’re usually just asking a question they see no harm in asking. So this article is not to shame anyone who’s uttered the words below to a v