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Help Us Help You Sell Furniturecomments (17) August 30th, 2010 in blogs
Now that news of Fine Woodworking's venture with CustomMade.com is out, we're brainstorming various ways to help budding pros and occasional dabblers sell their work through this great new channel. In the coming weeks, you'll see a brand-new blog dedicated to the topic of "going pro" and we'd like to know what types of topics you'd most like to see covered. So take a moment to post a comment here and let us know what you think and what you're after.
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Thinking about going pro and selling your woodwork? Or just want some advice on how to market your business and make it stand out in the marketplace? Well this blog’s for you.
A joint venture between Fine Woodworking and CustomMade, The Pro Shop will give you tips on selling custom furniture or just getting started in the business.
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