Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Put one foot in front of the other

First, I'll tell a little about myself and then, the business.  I am a SAHM/WAHM mother to three little girls who are just the best part of my day ..well most of the time LOL. If you are a parent you'll understand what I mean ;)  My husband and I started the engraving business and named it after our girls:  3Princesses Engraving.  There was a lot of things that I wanted to create for them that I couldn't find or that I would need a professional grade machine to create.  And well, for my husband the appeal of lasers, woodworking and creating geekery was what got him inspired.

I just wanted to start out and get something written.  I kind of have this song in my head hence the title "put one foot in front of the other".  I think it is the Christmas TV special "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town." but who knows it was a wiki answer LOL.  It seems that navigating a new business is a tricky feat.  I figure if I keep on putting one foot forward I'll eventually get the business going. I read articles, get advice from others but everyone seems to have a different perspective or ways to get noticed.   I figure I'll do what I can handle in terms of the social networking part .. I think facebook and blogging.  (I've never really got involved in those sites mainly because I'm rather shy and never had anything of interest to report LOL)

I was hoping that a good product would speak for itself but I have become afraid that word of mouth might take a little time.  And how do I get to prove my product is good if no one knows the business exists?  So here I am blogging about the business.   I really enjoy creating and I guess have something of interest to say!

I guess the new news is that we finally got the website up www.3princessesengraving.com; and the two stores on Etsy:http://www.etsy.com/shop/3princessesengraving and Ebay: http://stores.shop.ebay.ca/3Princesses-Engraving.   I would love to get any feedback anyone might have.  I'm off to create some wall art - Cheers!

2 comments:

  1. Good luck with your blog! Looking forward to read more about your business.

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