I can answer questions about starting, maintaining and marketing art and fashion related businesses for both e-commerce and brick-n-mortar retail situations. I can also cover selling your work on eBay, having an eBay store, promoting through blogs and social networking, as well as building your own retail website or portfolio.
I made costumes since I was little, started selling them on eBay 8 years ago, grew to an eBay store, created my own retail website ThreeMusesClothing.com in 2005, then opened my first storefront location in 2009. I started the business with one costume and now sell my own line plus many other brands in my store.
B.S. Magazine Journalism, University of FL, 2000
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Hi Amanda, Don't get too bogged down with the little things at first. Get your Esty shop open and running and if you actually start to turn a profit, then you'll want to look into turning it into a real
Hi Marv, When I first opened my boutique, I also had people pay through paypal when they came in the shop. I never had any problem with it being on the same IP address, but also there weren't a high number
Hi Connie, I actually just had some shirts printed myself. I went to a local shop after trying a few online places and not liking the feel of the shirt. I recommend finding a local place so you can do
Hi Amy, I saw your 2nd question about the pompoms so will answer them both here. You would definately benefit from starting on Etsy.com before you build you think about building your own website. That
Hi, You can get a listing at http://www.alibaba.com and that will put you in contact with people looking for what you offer. The other way to go is to search online for stores that carry similar items