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Nicolette Tallmadge

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My name is Nicolette Tallmadge, I currently run my own hand crafted jewelry design business. I’ve been designing and selling jewelry for over 11 years. I got the idea about The Crafted Webmaster when I was working as a full time and freelance web designer. I created my first site in 1996 by learning HTML in a magazine and used that experience to get a job designing web sites for a living. While designing sites full time and on a freelance basis, I was also designing and selling my own handmade jewelry and used my web experience to promote myself online. During that time I helped many of my fellow artisans with setting up their own web sites and with advice on how to promote their business on the web. I now run my jewelry business full time and I’ve built The Crafted Webmaster so I can provide information to other fellow artists and craftsmen so they can learn how to promote their work on the Internet.

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So you finally decided to take the plunge and start a blog for your art. But before you go to Blogger or Wordpress.com, take some time to do a little bit of planning before you begin. In this show, I'm going to talk about 5 things you must... more

If you're like a lot of other artists, craft shows account for a lot of your sales, especially during the upcoming holiday season. But did you know that that you can help increase your offline show sales by using the power of your... more

These days if you want to sell your artwork or market your crafts, having a presence online is no longer an option, it's now a must. So, if you're at ground zero, where do you begin? On today's show, I'll outline five steps to... more

The great thing about the Internet is that it allows you to meet new people and interact with potential customers and art buyers. But at the same time the Internet gives buyers, customers, and even outright strangers the ability to bad... more

If you're building your own website for the first time, there are certain things that you want to avoid. There's often a fine line between a website that looks professional and well-designed and one that looks unprofessional and... more

If you're an artist who also sells your work in a gallery, store, or some in some other wholesale arrangement, the decision on whether to sell from your website gets a bit sticky. A lot of gallery owners and retail shop owners don't look very... more

Unless you've been under a rock for the past couple years, you would have heard of blogs and blogging. You might be thinking "What's the big deal? Why should I bother with blogging?". If you're an artist promoting or selling your art online,... more

Whether you're building your website for the first time or you're redesigning a current site, one of the things you might consider doing is to hire a web designer to help you out. But how do you find a good web designer and how do... more

We all know that there's lots of ways you can market your website online...but don't forget that there are plenty of opportunities to market your website offline too! I'll tell you how on today's show.

Last week I discussed a number of different ways that Twitter can help you promote your art or craft business. This week, I'll talk about 5 easy ways to increase your followers.

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