WordPress.org is one of the most commonly used content management systems. In fact, 64 million websites run on WordPress as of 2019. It is favored for being open source, developer friendly, and having a large and growing community. If you aren't using WordPress, check out the article linked at the bottom of this post with ten reasons why you should consider making the switch.
You've chosen the perfect marketplace to sell your handmade creations. However, the traffic is lower than you expected, and the sales are non-existent. A common misconception with sellers is that joining a marketplace automatically means that you will be getting new customers on a regular basis. While it is true you may gain more exposure than you would on a stand alone website, this doesn't guarantee shoppers will buy from you. It's important to view a marketplace as simply one piece of the puzzle for the overall picture of your business. Here are five ways you can learn to thrive in an online marketplace:
You may have found your true passion in a traditional art medium. Whether it’s acrylic painting, drawing, sculpting, or even digital art, learning the basics of photography can greatly improve your skills in your chosen field of study.
My entrepreneur journey officially began in 2012 as a freelance photographer, but as most entrepreneurs would say, it’s in my blood. It wasn’t until 2015 that I decided to take the legal steps to form my first company, Penny Jarr Designs. The entrepreneur spark caught fire in 2016 when I officially launched the first version of SuperArtist HQ and DIYvinci. SuperArtist HQ eventually was shut down and I now own only DIYvinci and Penny Jarr Designs which has been renamed Penny Jarr Studio.