Social Media for Makers

Etsy, Facebook, Pinterest, Tumblr, Twitter ... how do you know which platform works best to market your goods and services? 

Social media marketing can provide a useful avenue to boost sales that you make from your handmade crafts. This workshop will teach creative small business owners the skills to get their products out there and get found.

  • Social Media for Makers

    Collective Agency

    322 NW Sixth Ave, Suite 200, Portland
    Portland, OR

    Class topics will include:

    • How does social media reinforce your brand?
    • What are the key differences between social media platforms?
    • Which social media platform is the best one to use for my craft business?
    • What kind of advertising needs to be done? 
    • How do I stand out from the masses?
    Mon, October 15th, 2012

    7:00 pm - 8:30 pm PDT

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Teresa Coates

In addition to my creative work in quilting and sewing, I spend my days working for a trade magazine targeted to online retailers. As the communications person, I'm in charge of eight blogs and just as many Facebook accounts. I also write in my blog, and you can find me on Twitter and Linkedin, along with niche social networks. I write regularly about marketing online using social networks, email and self-hosted websites.

I've been sewing, by hand and machine, since I was a child and have focused on learning tried and true techniques. You can see some of my sewing projects on my Flickr page.

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Collective Agency

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