Friday, October 21, 2016

Build Your Crafting Community

Whether you are working toward your Dream Design Team, looking to earn some extra money or wanting to be an industry leader, it is all about building your own crafting community.  On today's podcast, we are going to show you how to build, grow and cultivate the loyalty of your followers.  We will also be discussing how our experts use social media to grow their communities and hear some fabulous tips from them when you are out promoting yourself.


Jessica Frost-Ballas - All the Sparkle
Kymona Tracey - Kreative Kymona
Laurel Beard - Paper Crafts by Laurel Beard
Lydia Fiedler - Community and Website Manager of Splitcoaststampers, blogger and moderator of Online Card Classes Crafty Chats
Marci Snee - Stamp Junkies Admin
Steph Ackerman - Stephanie Scraps

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"A crafting community is about having a venue for you to go to share ideas, encourage creativity and provide support to those around you." - Suzanne Moore

  1. Why do YOU need a crafting community?
  2. WHO do you need in your community?
  3. Build the foundation of your community
  4. Growing your community is about becoming more visible
  5. Cultivate loyalty
  6. If you get the chance, meet the people in your community

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  1. Suzanne - I have learned more in your 4 podcasts than I could have ever imagined. You have answered questions that have lingered for me and ones that would have come up in the future. Please keep up this valuable resource. Your experience and that of your crafting community are invaluable to card crafters like me.

    1. Thank you so much for the kind words!!! I never know if it is just my mom and I listening to them and this just warms my heart!!!!!!

  2. Another winner! So informative and there was a ton of useful information!

    1. Score for winner number two! Thank you, Terri!

  3. Such a great podcast. They are just the right length and full of information that is SO useful!