Build a community. Build Success.
If I had known this right from the start, I probably could have saved myself a lot of time and headache! Truth is, I waited far too long to start reaching out to people who were also crocheters, knitters, designers, bloggers…
Here’s one reality. Every success I have achieved has been the result of a relationship. That is why I’m sharing this mini-series with you. Because I know that when you start expanding your network, you too will find success. Last week we talked about the why and the how. This week we’ll focus on different ways you can potentially collaborate with the new connections you made last week as a result of my challenge to you!
- Eight ways to potentially work with designers and bloggers
- Ideas for the “email pitch”
- My bonus tips!
Now if you haven’t done so already, click on that play button at the top of the page to hear this week’s show!
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Links & Resources
Here are the eight ways you can potentially work with designers and bloggers. I challenge you this week to choose one and “pitch” it to one of your new connections!
- Round Up Posts
- CAL/KAL (Crochet-along/Knit-along)
- Blog or podcast interview
- Coordinate an info post to pull tips from many people
- Offer your services for social media
- Offer to pattern test
- Offer to share their stuff
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