How to Start a Creative Business on the Cheap, Even if You’re Really Really Busy


Have you always wanted to start a business but just don’t have the money for start-up costs and room for inventory?

Are you super creative and artsy and make beautiful paintings, drawings, graphic design or are just plain great with words?

Are you a stay at home mom or full-time worker who always dreamed of running your own business but just couldn’t find the time?

Do you currently run a clothing business that uses your art but are sick of storing all the shirts, making them and shipping them yourself?

What if I told you that there is a way to start a seemingly passive creative business that allowed you to focus on creating amazing imagery and engaging with your audience while someone else took care of the rest?

That’s right – no inventory, no huge start-up cost, no leaving the house to obtain supplies and ship items AND you just have to do what you love – make beautiful art and connect with people who love your art on social media.

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The website and shop checklist to double your sales

The website and shop checklist to double your sales

Did you know that making minor tweaks on your website can improve your sales by 200%?

The colors of your “add to cart” buttons, the navigation links on your website, where your contact information is shown.

These are only just a few things that may seem inconsequential at first.

But many studies and tests have been done to show that these website elements can make or break your bottom line.

Having a great website and shop are key to the success of your online creative business.

You just need to make sure you’re not missing out on any of these important website elements!

I’ve made for you an easy-to-use and concise checklist, so you can review your website and shop yourself!

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How to make your own logo for under $5

How to make your own logo for under $5

Are you starting a new business?

Or maybe you’re considering a rebranding.

You’ll probably want a new logo made but you’re worried it’s going to cost a lot of money.

I’ll show you how you can design your own logo and save thousands of dollars!

It’s really easy and you don’t need any skill and best of all, you can do this for under $5.

If you have an idea for your logo, you’ve got everything you need!

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A guide on product photography for your creative business

A guide on product photography for your creative business

Running an online business means that your customers can’t touch, feel, wear, use or smell your products.

While online commerce revenue is increasing year after year, it’s still challenging for people to shop online because of these drawbacks.

The few ways you can present your item to your customers is with your branding, website, product descriptions and product photos.

Amazing product photography is a necessity for any online creative business selling products.

Combine this with having an awesome website, and you’ve built yourself a very strong and solid foundation for success in your business online.

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How to create a cohesive product line

How to create a cohesive product line

Are you wondering how you can go from crafty hobby to professional business?

One way to do this is to create a product line that appears cohesive and united as a whole.

The benefit to you is you’ll learn:

  • how to make decisions when planning your product line – why this color instead of that, why this design instead of that
  • how to create your products in a streamlined and efficient manner

Why this matters:

You want to wow your customers, right?

You want them to think, “wow, she’s really good. She must be a professional. She probably does this full time.”

You don’t want to be seen as a garage sale shop selling anything and everything you’ve made.

A cohesive product line shows your customers you’ve put a lot of thought into your business. You’re in it for the long haul and they know they can trust you.

It gives your customers a reason to come to your shop.

Think about it: no one ever goes to a garage sale twice.

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