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Welcome to the Creative Yarn Entrepreneur!

Creative Yarn Entrepreneur, a weekly podcast for indies in the yarn industry. Find out more at creativeyarnentrepreneur.com.

If you’re a crochet or knitting author, blogger, designer, maker, podcaster, publisher, teacher, or tech editor; a yarn dyer or spinner; or the owner of any other small business based around yarn, you’ll find great ideas for launching, managing, and evolving your indie yarncrafts business, and tips for keeping your creative energy flowing!

You can listen to episodes of the Show here on the website, or on Google Play MusiciTunesStitcher, or TuneIn.

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4 thoughts on “Home

  1. Joanna

    Marie,
    I just recently discovered your podcast. I think it is a great source of information for people who want to yarn craft on a professional level.
    Thank you for sharing your knowledge and keep up with the good work.

    Reply
    1. cye_marie Post author

      Thanks for the kind words, Joanna, and I’m so glad you’re enjoying the show. If you have topics you’d like to hear addressed on the show, let me know!

      Reply
  2. Angela

    Enjoyed the show! I always learn something! I am a Craftsy affiliate, but not much luck, need to boost traffic to my blog.
    I have noticed a lot of designers are offering free pattern on their blogs with links to Ravelry or Etsy where a ad free version of the pattern can be purchased.
    I don’t have time to be looking for new advertisers so I prefer to just sell my patterns with a few free ones thrown in on the blog. I do think there’s something to the quote you get what you pay for. Thoughts?

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    1. cye_marie Post author

      Thanks for writing, Angela. I’m not sure I understand your exact question. In our current online model, many high quality things are offered for free to consumers and paid for by advertising. For example, I can read New York Times articles for free and they are supposedly one of the “better” newspapers, so I don’t assume that it is lower quality just because it is free. At the same time, each business owner has to choose income models that make sense for her own values and beliefs.

      As for the advertising, most ad networks will look for new advertisers on your behalf.

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