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The Merriweather Council podcast, hosted by Danielle Spurge, is all about celebrating the reality of gainful self employment through craft. This is a podcast for art and design entrepreneurs - makers, etsy sellers and shopify users! Featuring tips, insights, advice and tough love for handmade business owners in concise format. Focused on sharing realistic ideas and personal experiences with the nuances of handmade business in mind. If you are working to turn your crafty tendencies into profits, tune in every Tuesday and Thursday.
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Oct 24, 2019

Ever been scrolling Etsy or Instagram and felt annoyed by the other makers in your niche who are severely
underpricing their items and wonder how you could ever stand a chance
when people are so willing to sell so low?

It is very likely that you have.

I hear it so often, from so many people that they simply 'can't compete' and feel discouraged about it.

You likely know enough to spot a ridiculously low price in another shop,
so even if you aren't completely positive of someone else's costs, or
even of your OWN prices, you know enough to know when there is just no
possible way that a price THAT low is worth the work.

SO what to do about it? That's exactly what I'm talking about in today's episode.

I think the answer might surprise you!

For full show notes and links mentioned in this episode, visit merriweathercouncilblog.com/98

 

For more free handmade business advice, visit merriweathercouncilblog.com/podcast

 

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*This content is published by The Merriweather Council. The Merriweather Council is not affiliated with Etsy Inc. Etsy is a trademark of Etsy Inc. We write about Etsy, from our own experiences, not for Etsy.

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