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How to write Facebook posts that’ll leave your audience clamouring for more

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How to write Facebook posts that'll leave your audience clamouring for more

Ever feel like you don’t get enough love from Facebook? When you take the time to write Facebook posts, and find the perfect images, that you just KNOW your audience would love! Sometimes you put your content out there and it feels like you’re getting nothing in return. Barely a measly little Like. So you […] Read more…

6 ways to increase your wholesale sales right now

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6 ways to increase your wholesale sales right now

As a wholesaler, you make money when your retail stockists buy your products. But, to increase wholesale sales in your business, you can’t sit back and twiddle your thumbs. You need to be proactive.  Time and time again, I hear brand owners and distributors complain that they don’t know how to get new wholesale stockists. AND […] Read more…

How to Price Your Products for Profitable Wholesale

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How to price your products for profitable wholesale

“How to price your products” is a question I get asked all the time, particularly when it comes to wholesale. Actually, I get asked this question in regards to retail a lot too. For those of you productpreneurs who are designing and manufacturing your own product invention, pricing can be a particularly troublesome beast! So […] Read more…

How to Wholesale – an Introvert’s Guide

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How to Wholesale - an Introvert's Guide

Do you want to wholesale your products – but the thought of cold calling put you in a cold sweat? “Cold calling” is picking up the phone and calling people you don’t know with the view to selling them something. I’m not sure about you, but when I first started my business the thought of […] Read more…

What’s in a brand (and does it really matter?)

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What's in a brand and does it really matter?

Great brands have always been defined by great products. But the product alone does not equal your brand. Over a hundred years ago, cattle farmers used branding irons to indicate which animals were theirs. As cattle moved across the country, it was easy to determine which farm they were from because each head of cattle […] Read more…