There are so many different tools available these days that you can use within your business to keep things organized. You can use post-it notes, a notebook or a planner, a digital system, or keep it all in your head. The number one thing is to find a system that works for YOU. We use Asana for our day-to-day everything in tandem with Trello, and today we wanted to share an awesome course that was created by Janet of Paper and Spark to help you to learn not only how to use Asana, but also how to use it to plan out all the things you could possibly need for your business.Read More
Today on the Blog, we are sharing about a brand new product making it's debut tomorrow, The Wedding Guide by Hope Johnson of The Little Blue Chair! Pre-Orders begin on Valentine's Day, and we are so excited this is finally out in the world after a long time of planning and creation. Read all of the incredible details below, as written by Hope!Read More
Customers and clients are at the center of every business and the most successful business owners strive not to simply acquire clients, but to create a loyal following that is committed to your brand and all that it represents.
I call this distinguished group of clients your “loyal league.”Read More
I don’t think there is an award for this — but this will be my fourth conference with the Society of Creative Founders! I feel pretty special to be returning again and sharing my love and expertise for marketing your creative business.
A lifelong learner, I can’t think of a better way to better yourself and your business than attending conference and retreat experiences such as this one!Read More
Next week on Wednesday, November 15th the incredible Kelly Parker Smith of Hello World Paper Co. will be walking everyone through a Five Step Marketing Plan for Shop Owners. As a preview as to what her webinar will include, she's written a content-packed post below. To join us on Wednesday for her free webinar, register here. Enjoy this Guest Post from Kelly!Read More
Carolyn Keating writes about what she's learned from a career in the wholesale business.
Carolyn Keating, from Wholesale For Creatives, helps product based businesses develop their wholesale and retail strategies. Her goal is to help creatives who dream about selling their products to stores set the foundation for a profitable wholesale business and learn the ins and outs of the industry.Read More