The business side of blacksmithing explained.
With the rise of the Internet, the global community, and the means of transportation and technology, how is one to stand out among the crowds and start a blacksmithing business from scratch? I won't tell you that it's easy, but it's perfectly possible for those who put some effort into specific research targeted at customers who are into those things.
To start off, we'll talk about forged round bars. Then we talk about how to create a business out of your DIY Blacksmithing projects. After that, we'll go over platforms such as Facebook, Etsy, YouTube, and ads. We'll discuss how to maximize profits and efficiency in your shop and your business. We'll finish up with some extra information about metal railing, D2 steel, and hard cutting tool materials. Curious yet?
Then don't wait and start listening so you don't have to remain in the dark. Save yourself the time and learn from what worked for me. I will see you in the first chapter!
What members say
- Utilisateur anonyme
random and completely unhelpful
I am starting to transition from hobby smithing to creating a business. so I thought this would provide a few tips. I was mistaken. half the book was random and not even about blacksmithing the other half was explain the basic tools to get started. if you don't know what the tools he explained are you probably shouldn't be starting a buisness. and Something about being a blacksmith in a video game.... Why
The book is simple, easy to follow. The book gets straight to the point and lets you in on all the basics without adding too much techno-jargon. I love the forge work involved and have made two knives already. This book has given me enough information to follow my own style of knife-making without feeling I have to stick to the 'rules'.