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  1. Alejandra says:

    Good tips here, thanks for sharing, will continue to read more on your blog

  2. I watched this video and your lengthier presentation and open discussion on pitching to bloggers. I do plan on contacting bloggers in the near future; I have been told that compiling an email client list is key to growing an online business…I am starting to participate at craft fairs and hope to begin to compile a list but don’t have my own domain or web site as yet…is that essential for following up with the client list or can I do without for now? (I have the ETSY site and a Facebook page in addition to other social media sites but have not been posting consistently as it is a big time commitment as you point out and I have been concentrating on refining my shop aesthetic and expanding/diversifying my inventory…there are just not enough hours in the day!)

    • Mei says:

      Hi Laurel! Not sure if you received my email on your comment but I thought to share this here in case anyone has similar questions as you. That way they can benefit from my answer as well!
      You can definitely do without a website when you start to build your email list. I do agree that it’s key to growing your business! Social media can come and go, but your email list stays with you because it’s yours.
      It’s good that you have at least your Facebook and Etsy site set up. Until you can find the time to do more marketing in those areas, focus on your craft fairs and build that email list! Good luck Laurel, keep me updated on your progress!

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