Home Based Jewelry Business:
How to Get Publicity!


Looking for ways to publicize your home based jewelry business?
Get tips and sources for publicizing your home jewelry business online and offline.

How to Publicize Your
Home Jewelry Business Online

With a virtual sea of jewelry being sold online, getting your jewelry noticed online will take time and lots of effort.

Here are several ways to begin:

1. Write How-To Articles

Select one of your best designs and write jewelry making instructions for it. Now submit them to one of several online article submission sites. Here's one tip submission website.

2. Submit Content to Craft Websites

The principle of this tip is the same as number one above, but the website is a craft related website. You can find them by doing an online search.

However, Making-Beaded-Jewelry.com is such a site. Here, you can leave a jewelry making tip, share your experience selling jewelry, or share your handmade jewelry designs.

3. Write an E-Book and Give It Away

If you have a website, write an e-book about the materials - say the beads and gemstones - you use to make your jewelry. Include your website contact information in the footer of each page. Then offer it to your customers for free.


4. Write a Press Release

Get the word out about your home based jewelry business via a press release. Here's a website where you can submit a press release for free.

5. Social Networking

Social networking is fast becoming one of the best ways for most small businesses and individuals like jewelry artists to publicize their business. There are a lot of social networking sites and some are better than others. In her e-book, Social Networking: Sell Your Jewelry Online the New Way, Rena Klingenberg explains all the ins and outs of selling via social networks.

6. Use an Email Signature

Simply put your business contact information as a signature block in your emails.

How to Publicize Your
Home Based Jewelry Business Offline

Publicity for your home jewelry business does not begin and end online. Here are ways to publicize your jewelry business in more traditional ways offline.

  1. Wear Your Handmade Jewelry
  2. Get Business Cards and Other Stationary
  3. Teach a Class at a Local Community College or Bead Show
  4. Make Your Jewelry in Public
  5. Give Your Jewelry Away as Gifts to Friends
  6. Donate Your Jewelry to Charity Events

Be sure to make use of any or all of these valuable tips and sources for publicizing your home  jewelry business.

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