There are 2 types of handmade products you can sell.

 Reproducible and one-of-a-kind (OOAK). Reproducible products are where you make a prototype, and then basically copy it over and over again (this is what I do in my jewellery shop,

OOAK products are actually unique – you only ever make one that looks like it does, and it can’t be reproduced.

I generally encourage my students to sell reproducible products if their focus is online selling – and I outline exactly why that is in today’s video.

I’ll also cover all the challenges of selling OOAK items online, and discuss how you can make it more profitable.

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