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In this week’s episode, I share the 8 best investments I made in my business in 2014. While the topic may seem oddly personal, I talk about why each investment added value to my business and what you might take away from the list to support your yarn-related business in 2015.
8 Best Investments I Made in My Business in 2014
1. (Improved) Web hosting
2. A (more reliable and faster) computer
3. Comfort tools
4. Monthly massage therapy
5. A (multi-functional and higher quality) tripod
6. (New) tools and training for business expansion
7. Conference (or face-to-face event) attendance
8. Time for networking with other solopreneurs
You can find show notes for today’s episode at http://creativeyarnentrepreneur.com/18.
I’d love to hear your feedback and questions. Leave a comment on the show notes, Tweet me at @cyeshow, or leave a message at 646-713-8973.
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I’m excited to share an interview with a fellow podcaster this week. Ijeoma Eleazu is a calligrapher who is also the host of the Etsy Conversations Podcast. You can also find Ijeoma on Facebook, Twitter, and BlogLovin. I discovered Ijeoma when she spoke on a panel at the Podcast Movement conference in August, and I invited her on the show to talk about selling on Etsy.
After the interview, I share my experience selling crochet and knitting patterns as instant downloads on Craftsy, Crochetville, Etsy, Kollabora, and Ravelry.
For more details, you can view the show notes at http://creativeyarnentrepreneur.com/9.
Contact me! Tweet me at @cyeshow, or leave a message at 646-713-8973.
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