Friday, 30 August 2013

I LOVE YOUR FEEDBACK!!! Can i save my Craft Business?

 "Hi Kirsty,
just wanted to let you know that everything arrived savely.
Thanks a lot, the buttons are beautiful
Have a nice weekend" N

"Thank you - wooden spools have arrived safely and they are perfect for my needs.
Best wishes - P"

"Brilliant, you're a star!...thanks Kirsty" - ELK

"Shipped fast!! Loved all the extras included in the package. Perfect transaction!!"

"EXCELLENT. I was able to use these to create a patch for my pants -- it was exactly as described and arrived quickly! All the best - D"
(Yummy Brooches i have been making for a Gallery)
What is a girl to do?
Above are just tiny quick examples of the messages and feedback i get from my customers.
And do you know what? I take PRIDE in that. 
I take pride in the service that i do my best to offer. In the products i source and sell.
I think about YOU, my customers and i think about YOU my blog readers and FB Likers - even if you don't buy from me, seriously, i still want to engage with you and inspire you in your life and your craftiness.
I L.O.V.E my business.
But it is hard - (not gonna lie here) - its a struggle.
If you like my products and have had good service from me, do feel free to blog that. Tell your friends. FB 'LIKE' me. Its a wonderful thing to be able to share small business and support each other.
Do you sell products using PaperFish Supplies? Let me know... put a link in the comments.... a link on my FB page.
SHARING :) 
I THANK YOU for your lovely messages.
I APPRECIATE you x
It makes me think there IS a business worth saving here.


3 comments:

  1. I L.O.V.E. you and all your craftiness!!! As soon as my next pattern is out I shall be pimping your felt in my blog post xx

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    1. anything i can do for you, do let me know :)

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  2. If you’re able receive good feedbacks like those, I think there’s no reason for someone not to save their business. If anything, they should motivate you to produce more beautiful crafts, or even try and create a new addition that would please their current customers even more. That’s why it’s important for the entrepreneurs and to others to love what they do. Because if you love what you’re doing, it wouldn’t be hard for you to thrive, despite the ups and downs. Thanks for sharing!

    Clint Shaff @ Franchise Match

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