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Hi! My name is Mallory Whitfield.

​I believe in supporting small businesses, independent designers & artists, and people & organizations who are working to make the world a better place. I believe that one person can make a difference and that everyone can be that person. I love helping small businesses grow and inspiring #BadassCreatives to dream and do bigger.

I started blogging in 2001 and I began running my own business and selling at craft shows in 2004. I even wrote a book about it. I've also run my own e-commerce store in the past, so I’ve been on both sides of the fence as a handmade, indie biz owner. By day, I work at one of the top digital marketing agencies in New Orleans, FSC Interactive. I am passionate about teaching and empowering other creative business owners.

I can provide in-depth training & strategy on blogging, SEO (search engine optimization), WordPress, affiliate marketing, social media marketing (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or Pinterest), email marketing, personal branding in a digital world and more.

I am available for speaking engagements at your next conference or workshop. And if you need a dose of entertaining performance art at your event? I can do that too.​ Contact me!

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HOW TO MAKE MONEY AT CRAFT SHOWS


I’ve been selling my handmade goods, along with work by other artists, at all sorts of craft shows, festivals and art markets since 2004. I’ve learned a lot along the way, and now I’m ready to share it with you!

In my book, I cover the basics of getting started selling at craft fairs, as well as how to design a great looking booth, how to give outstanding customer service & sell more and even how to find and create additional events at which to sell your handmade work.

Mallory Whitfield: How to Make Money at Craft Shows: Art Market and Craft Fair Tips & Tricks

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