Small Business Saturday: Driftless

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Welcome to Small Business Saturday, a new feature here on CreativeIncome. Today we get to meet the creators of the independent magazine, Driftless. Leah and Shelly told us all about what it’s like to have full time jobs while creating Driftless and we’re excited to share with you their inspiring story so far! Q: Tell us […]

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Etsy Interview Series: Meet Sadie Solomon

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Welcome to our fairly new Etsy Interview Series! After attending Renegade Craft Fair Chicago in December 2014, I just HAD to get to know some of the wonderful designers! Lucky for you, I’ve spoken with many designers, Etsy shop owners, handmade business owners and more. Get ready to learn from the best folks! Today we […]

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How to Start An Etsy Shop: An Easy Guide

A Creative Income guest post by Jennifer Priest from Hydrangea Hippo! Everyone’s been telling you that you should sell your handmade goods on Etsy. What a compliment! But now it’s time to ask some important questions. Is Etsy a good fit for your business? How do you even get started? There’s also those articles you’ve […]

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Etsy Interview Series: Meet Jenna Richards

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After attending Renegade Craft Fair Chicago, I just HAD to get to know some of the wonderful designers! Lucky for you, I’ve spoken with many designers, Etsy shop owners, handmade business owners and more. Get ready to learn from the best folks! Today we get to meet Jenna Richards from My Old Kentucky Homespun! How […]

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Etsy Interview Series: Meet Katie Lukes

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After attending Renegade Craft Fair Chicago, I just HAD to get to know some of the wonderful designers! Lucky for you, I’ve spoken with many designers, Etsy shop owners, handmade business owners and more. Get ready to learn from the best folks! Today we get to meet Katie Lukes!  How did you get started with […]

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Why You Should Do Your Own Accounting and Learn Quickbooks (with a CPA’s help)

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Disclosure: I am not an accountant. You should seek advice from a qualified accountant on all financial decisions for your business. Being a creative, the last thing you probably want to do is get intimate with your bank statements and bury yourself in spreadsheets and stacks of receipts. We all know how important keeping on […]

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10 Biggest Mistakes a Craft Business Can Make

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There’s a lot that goes into your business, which means there are plenty of mistakes as well. After reading through some very informative articles, I’ve gathered a list of 10 mistakes that every business owner should avoid. If you’re planning to start a business or are already a creative business veteran, these are mistakes you […]

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Creating a Website

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As useful as the internet is, it can also be incredibly confusing, especially when it comes to creating websites. In the past, people needed to know HTML code to design a webpage, which if you’ve ever seen HTML code looks like gibberish. Thankfully, several companies have created user-friendly sites to help you create a website. […]

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