About the Beader

There have always been two sides to my creative beading process. On the one side, I love coming up with and making handmade treasures. I am always inspired with new ideas, and love the relaxing process of seeing a project go from start to finish. Beading is truly an addiction. It’s one I’ve been hooked on ever since I was a little girl, and haven’t managed to escape it since.

The other side of my creative process, however, is the marketing side. Since I stated selling my creations on Etsy in 2010, and then upgraded to my own web store a couple of years later, I have had a never ending thirst for learning about new promotional strategies and online marketing techniques.

I fell in love with blogging, social media, and online networking. I am always learning something new, and love taking my experiences and knowledge and passing them on to my fellow handmade entrepreneurs.

If you have any suggestions for a specific post, or would like to inquire in regards to offering a blog post, feel free to contact me via e-mail at contact@megansbeadeddesigns.com. I would love to hear from you!

Megan

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Comments: 2

  1. MaryAngel Wheeler October 29, 2013 at 4:07 pm Reply

    I read your comments about being a beader/business and I had to chuckle a bit. All you say is true, however, it is YOUR choice to do these things. I don’t want to go through all the online hassles. I will do my work and try to connect with a business here in town that is an artist’s coop. I need to build my inventory first before I actually rent space. But I found a new little shop with low rental space, so I can start there before I move up. See if I get a following.
    My other love is theater and I’d really like to be beading costumes, but that’s a whole other nut. I absolutely LOVE you “negative space” pieces, especially the rectangular one.
    Thanks for you remarks & ideas. Awhile ago I wrote a piece for a friend who was going to use it in a magazine. It was about my journey to becoming a bag lady. If I can find it, I will forward it along. Thanks for your comments & info.
    MaryAngela

    • Megan October 29, 2013 at 5:27 pm Reply

      Good luck with your venture MaryAngel! Let us know how it goes. 🙂

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