Country Living: Crafting a Business: Make Money Doing What You Love
by Kathie Fitzgerald
Home-based businesses are a common starting point for many entrepreneurs. Find out how to make that dream become a reality from those who already made it happen. In in-depth profiles, this book provides practical information on what it takes to get started, develop a saleable product, organize a company, market your goods, manage the finances and handle staffing.
Selling Your Crafts Online: With Etsy, eBay, and Pinterest
by Michael Miller
Miller provides step-by-step guidance for succeeding in the world's biggest online crafts marketplaces and attracting new customers where millions of them already hang out. He offers crafts-specific tips and advice on everything from creating listings to getting a fair price, processing payments to providing outstanding service.
Starting an Etsy Business for Dummies
by Allison Strine
This book offers expert advice for artists and entrepreneurs looking to build an online craft business from scratch. It includes information on setting up your online shop, writing compelling item descriptions, photographing your work, engaging the Etsy community, understanding fees and finding your muse when it takes a holiday.
The Handmade Marketplace
by Kari Chapin
For crafters who have more confidence running a sewing machine than setting up a Web site, this book breaks down and makes sense of the global possibilities for marketing and selling crafts.