Mollie Makes

Where To Sell

There’s never been a broader variety of ways to get your makes out there, so the real challenge is deciding which are right for you.

First and foremost, think back to your audience – those customers you considered on page 8 who’ll love what you do. Where do they hang out, both online and offline? How do they like to shop? And how can you make your products easy for them to purchase?

You’ll also want to weigh up the products themselves and your profit margins, taking into account what makes the most practical and financial sense for where you’re at right now. Keeping all

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