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Many of you probably know about the wetcanvas.com site, but in case you don't I linked the main forums page below. Apologies if this has been linked before. Wetcanvas has been around a long time and I still go there when I have a legal concern or want to talk about non-ceramic art. Unfortunately their clay page means mostly polymer clay, and CAR does a lot better job of networking ceramic artists anyway, but, there is a ton of info like marketing and the daily angst of working that is discussed there often and in detail: http://www.wetcanvas.com/forums/index.php
Hi all; I have been doing craft fairs for a little while, and I have a decent product; my downfall is the selling point; I have tried to find older posts - for some reason, my "forum" now displays horribly like old HTML layout - which makes this impossible - but how do you engage customers, without running them off, but at the same time, acknowledging them and increasing sales? I always greet them, watch body language to see how to proceed next; I don't pounce on them if they are "just looking"...but I can't seem to find a way that works for me....any suggestions?