Are your handmade goods struggling to find buyers? Learn effective tactics to make that cash register ring.
Are your sales humming, but you’re operating in the red? Are you making high-quality items but can’t seem to move enough product? Is your current online store failing to attract customers?
With decades of experience as a master craftsman and educator, savvy marketer James Dillehay’s work has been featured in shops and galleries, at competitive shows, and online on Etsy and Amazon. Now he’s here to share how he cracked the code on what to charge, and how to package your merchandise for maximum profitability.
How to Price Crafts and Things You Make to Sell is a modern-day roadmap for rate-setting strategies in the competitive handmade-products industry. With oodles of real-world examples, Dillehay’s time-tested techniques will help you refine your presentation and understand your market to hit the monetary sweet spot. And by following his commonsense approach, the fruits of your labor will reach an excited audience eagerly clamoring for your next masterpiece.
In How to Price Crafts and Things You Make to Sell
, you’ll discover:
- Innovative ways to make your handcrafted wares stand out over other sellers
- Pricing strategies for crafts that make money
- How to set prices higher while keeping shoppers clicking that buy button
- Logical approaches to position “one-of-a-kind” items in the premium dollar range
- Tax secrets to help you maximize your home business deductions
- Methods for spotting trends to skyrocket profits, and much, much more!
How to Price Crafts and Things You Make to Sell is a no-nonsense guidebook for anyone looking to optimize their online venture. If you like straightforward direction, experience-based suggestions, and filling your coffers to overflowing, then you’ll love James Dillehay’s treasure trove of advice.Buy How to Price Crafts and Things You Make to Sell to earn what you deserve today!
What reviewers have said about James Dillehay's craft business guides...
"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
"Should be viewed as the blueprint for success in the crafts industry."
-- The Crafts Report
"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
"This new book is so useful, we can hardly stop using it long enough to review it. If you're considering establishing or improving a web presence, invest in this book."
-- The Crafts Fair Guide
"Everything you need to know is here, and it's applicable to any craft."
-- Whole Earth Catalog
"Quite an expert....Very informative. I wish we could keep you for the next three days."
-- Carol Duvall, HGTV, The Carol Duvall Show
"A useful compilation of 'insider information.'"
-- Woodshop News
"Dillehay knows the field -- I can't think of a more rewarding retirement pursuit."
-- Jack Smith, Syndicated Columnist: Senior Sense
"He knows the art side and the business side of making money with craftwork -- an informed guide indeed."
-- Southern California Senor Life
"Dillehay knows of what he writes because he's done it. A very handy and practical book."
-- Crafts N Things
"Helpful to anyone contemplating any crafts business."
"The first bit of sanity I've encountered since I began my business. It teaches me everything I need to know, over and over!"
-- Carole Baylus, Maryland
"Ideas and sound business advice on every page."
-- Arts & Crafts Show Guide
"Since reading James Dillehay's books, I have implemented many of the ideas. I have sold about 4 times what I sold in the equivalent time last year. I changed the color of the walls, the height of the tables, the displays, the hang cards, the pricing and more. So, IT WORKS!"
-- Julie Anderson, CostumeSalon.com