Getting ready for Fall Craft Fair…New to Etsy….destash…and Marketing tip~

by dianegeisel on October 12, 2008

Amber and Copper Necklace

This lovely necklace is made from amber beads in various shades paired with purple crackle quartz all wrapped up in warm copper. The focal amber piece is over 50mm wide by 30mm tall with copper and silver findings. The necklace is over 22″ in length and is adjustable. The earrings are my gift to you and measure over 2 1/2″ in length with 2 amber beads and a divine piece of purple crackle quartz. Earrings have a copper French hook.

I have taken AnnaLee’s lead (my fellow eSMARts team leader) and considered adding a “Destash” category to my Etsy shop… began listing items tonight. Fellow jewelry artisans…feel free to check it out!!
MyGemStoneBox by Diane will be at the Fall Craft Fair and French Canadian Festival on October 25th (rain date 26th) in Rotary Park, Kennedy Drive Putnam. The festival begins at 10am and ends with River Fire at 5:30pm on the Quinebaug River. Here is the link to mapquest.
Come out and join us!
This just in…. I just sold my Peaceful Pendant tonight on Etsy!! Yah!!
Marketing tips:
Make customer service your top priority. This should be really obvious but sometimes it isn’t. There’s simply no substitute for the brand experience. If you can’t win battles like delivering on time and soothing customers’ ruffled feathers, you’ll lose the war. Remember, the path to profitability is paved with repeat customers. There are many ways to build repeat business, but you need to lay the groundwork from the minute you start writing your business plan. The goal is to sketch out a scheme that’ll create customers for life. If you can do that, you’re at least halfway to ensuring your business will be around for the long haul.

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Rose Works Jewelry October 17, 2008 at 10:34 pm

Loving the amber!

<b>JB Design Boutique</b> October 13, 2008 at 5:11 pm

Lovely work.

ChezChani October 13, 2008 at 2:53 pm

Ohhhh that piece is wonderful!!

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