Looking for a fast, easy, and fun way to brand yourself? Why not consider using Instagram for business? This free and fun photo app lets you promote your creative business and give customers a glimpse into your life, all from your phone.
Thinking about opening up a store for your indie business? Lyn and Jeremy Hooley of Replica Chicago shared some tips with IndieMade about how to know whether you're ready for a brick and mortar shop, and how they made it happen.
Did you know that IndieMade allows you to import all of your Etsy shop listings into your IndieMade store? Read on if you also sell on Etsy and would like to save yourself hours of copying listings and reuploading photos!
Blakely Bass, owner of Resident Apparel Gallery (RAG), has been supporting local indie businesses since 2002. Boasting designs from more than 120 San Francisco artists each month, RAG is keeping art and design alive.
Looking for ways to make your next craft show application a winner? We collected craft fair tips from show organizers around the country, to find out what makes them place an application in the "yes" or "no" pile. Visit our resource article to learn what you can do to boost your chances of getting accepted!
Indie business owner Brenda Olson creates fun and colorful cards and magnets featuring her original artwork. When she was searching for an online home for the many facets of her indie business — direct sales, wholesale, image licensing, and teaching, to name a few — she found just what she was looking for in IndieMade.
As a craft business owner, you may be looking to get your product in stores, and wholesale is one way to accomplish that. But is your business ready for wholesale? One craft business owner reviews Retail Readiness, a wholesale prep course led by a retail business expert.
IndieMade users now can make their products invisible with a single click — an especially useful feature for those artists who sell one-of-a-kind works on both their sites and at shows.