Let’s talk about why your woodworking projects are not selling. This video is meant to help you sell woodworking projects online and locally. If you have a woodworking business, your goal is take make money woodworking. That is how businesses survive. You have to make a profit. To make a profit, you have to make sales. In this video, I give you 5 tips to help you sell your woodworking projects. To sell woodworking items, you have to get your woodworking projects seen by as many people as possible. If you are trying to make money woodworking, these 5 tips will help you get more sales. I want to encourage you to apply these 5 tricks to your woodworking business and let me know if you see an increase in sales.
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0:39 Lack of Marketing When Trying To Sell
2:25 Quality of Wood Finishes Matter
4:27 Quality of Your Work Hurts Sales
5:38 Pricing Your Woodwork For More Sales
6:58 Staging Woodworking Projects for Better Sales
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