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Episode 64: Work with Red Heart as a Professional Crafter: An Interview with Carrie Leahew

Sharing is caring! Listen to the episode in the player, download the episode here, or subscribe on Google Play Music, iTunes, Stitcher, or TuneIn.  Carrie Leahew is the Senior Consumer Marketing Manager with Coats Crafts. She works most closely with Red Heart. We chatted at the 2016 Snap! conference about how professional crafters can work with Red …

Episode 27: Connecting with Your Mailing List and More with Vashti Braha

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Episode 5: How to Grow Your Facebook Following: An Interview with Lauren Brown from Daisy Cottage Designs

In this week’s episode, I interview Lauren Brown, the crochet designer, blogger, and maker from Daisy Cottage Designs (http://daisycottagedesigns.net) about how she grew her Facebook page from 2,300 to over 31,000 likes in 6 months. In that same period, her blog traffic doubled. You can find Lauren’s tips and more reasons you should share your business on Facebook in the show notes at http://creativeyarnentrepreneur.com/5.

Episode 4: 6 Ways to Engage with the Blogging Community

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This Week’s Episode:
Before I launched the Creative Yarn Entrepreneur Show, I sent out a survey to a few online friends for feedback on show topics. Kathy Kelly from the Crochetbird blog asked about ways to engage with blogging community. Thanks for the suggestion, Kathy! Here are my tips for engaging with other bloggers.

6 Ways to Engage with the Blogging Community

1) Commenting
2) Participating in challenges
3) Joining link parties & blog hops
4) Finding blogger groups
5) Attending blogger events and meetups
6) Connecting with bloggers on other forms of social media

Each of these different ways of engaging has its own benefits and challenges. Deciding which ways work best for you will depend on your goals.

You can find more details, including links to everything discussed in this episode, on the show notes for this episode at http://creativeyarnentrepreneur.com/4.