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Thanks Jim! I am planning right now and listening to Earl Nightingale.
I have another question. I am pretty set on prices for prints and tiles. I am going to put a canvas 11X14 on facebook and thought to set it at a regular price of $85 and mark it to $70 if purchased by Friday. Does anybody have a take on that price. Are either of those too low?
Here's the canvas image
They host web sites. Their money comes from their monthly charge for hosting your site. They have different levels with graduated costs. I've not set up a payment system for my web site yet, but I believe their method lets you use PayPal, who does take around 3% of the costs for their cut. They may have other shopping cart possibilities, but I just have the customer contact me directly right now if they're interested in any I have posted. Hope this helps.
I am looking at FASO - do they take a cut when somebody buys a piece of your work?
Innova48 was really great. I came back with an idea to put together a book but felt it wasn't authentically right at this moment. I'm thinking to put together a Mother's day package. I could use some help. Here's my idea.
Blog 30 days from April 12-May 12th Mother's Day, like what Dorsey McHugh did and Deby did. I can blog in blogger and put on a FASO site. Put a piece a day on to sell. I have pieces ready. I would put it on Facebook.
Here are two questions. I am going to blog mothers. The pieces are flowers so they are perfect. Any ideas? Also, I thought about putting a photo of a mother and kiddo per day. I thought about having them hold a piece of art I created. Or maybe a heart with some of their own words on it. What do you guys think?
Most importantly, I don't have a platform - yet. I was wondering - I might get testimonials to help spread the word. Any ideas?
I'll be doing some adult classes too! Combining a bible study with it! The 8 hours will have a 30 min lunch, and two 15 snacks.. and lots of changing areas we work in :) thanks for your input!
Heather, not sure. I am a mom and would think it's a bargain, plus it looks like a lot of fun. My kiddo does a dance camp - 3-4 hours a day and we pay $250 (actually it's my nephew's gift to her). And summer dance classes are two hours per day, 8 weeks $250. So you might be low. I don't know your area but I am in Asheville, NC. Most parents are used to paying more. I would love to see what others say. And 8 hours is nice. Most summer camps are 4-6 hours. Summer is nuts for parents. Here's another thing to throw out. 8 hours a day might be long. Kids kinda get tired. But I would love to hear what others say. I wish I was young enough to attend!
8 hours :)
Hi Heather, how many hours per Monday? It's a good idea to do it per Monday.
Hey Jim, I loved so much. I will think of several, but I loved the idea of looking forward in your life, not backward. Dan, I think, mentioned something about thinking about your life as your movie. I am taking this after to write my script for my movie. Also he used a venn diagram with three circles with the center being his love, writing and in the other circles how he used things like live events and books and products to make money and funnel back to his writing. I am doing a similar one with Art in the middle. I am thinking of what I want to do that uses my talent, is authentic to me and makes money. Like maybe doing calendars, or 30 days for mother's day.
Deby, will do tonight.
$25 per Monday Each project is completed in the 8 hour class. Sign up for each monday rather than a month or something. I wonder how to get a higher rate without panicking parents not signing up???
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