Friday, September 9, 2016

Selling Your Cards



Show Notes and Links

  • Think outside of the box as to WHERE you can sell your cards
  • Identify the needs of WHO will be buying them
  • Set yourself APART from the competition
  • Make EXTRA money because of the extra attention to detail
  • FOCUS on your photographs and presentation
Oak Creek Print Works for jackets and sleeves

An example of a portion of the set up I used for selling my cards through open houses in my home.


22 comments:

  1. Welcome back Suzanne you are still Amazing! Great podcast and excellent marketing refresher.

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    1. LOL That's me! The Amazing Suzanne! LOL

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  2. Even though I don't sell my cards, your advice was very interesting ... your tips make for more attractive cards whether they are to be sold or given away. People do appreciate the beauty of a handmade card. Thanks, Suzy!

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    1. Linnea, you are SO RIGHT!!! It makes the world of difference regardless of the WHY behind the making of the card.

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  3. What a great podcast. I really thiink you guys nailed it!!

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  4. I will follow these tips. I know them in my head but my hands just don't want to add stuff...lol.

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  5. I love all of these tips. Please excuse me for being a bit sliw todat, bit which product do tou use as a sleeve for your cards? I didn't see an A2 sleeve. Are you using a different size or is it called something else? Thanks for the info!

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    1. YEAH! So glad you did! Here is the direct link to the jackets I was referring to. http://www.oakcreekprintworks.com/a2-clear-card-jacket The sleeve is this one http://www.oakcreekprintworks.com/a2-protective-closure-clear-notecard-sleeve Hope these help!

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  6. Wow!!! Did not think about the sleeves

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  7. Wow!!! Did not think about the sleeves

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    1. See! You learn something new every day! LOL Hugs!

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  8. Loved this one too. Thanks for the link to Oak Creek Print Works.

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    1. You are more than welcome! They are GREAT! I have been using them for ages!

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