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Shop Owner Challenge Day 1: How to be a Successful 3D Printing Shop Owner on Shapeways


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I would never have thought to add the category as a tag, it's a bit counter intuitive. It's good to know thanks!
#1 Edrice (Homepage) on 2013-10-02 05:46 (Reply)
So happy to hear you found it useful, Edrice! Hope you find the rest of the content equally relevant as well :-).

Best,

Savannah
#1.1 Savannah on 2013-10-02 18:44 (Reply)
About a month ago I was finally able to do a lifestyle shoot with almost all of my pieces. I can't even describe what an amazing difference that made with the presentation of my jewelry. Slowly but surely getting pieces produced in different materials.

It would be awesome if you sometimes offered "maker" coupons that enabled us free shipping or a small discount when ordering samples to build up or photo inventory. :-)
#2 Sara (Homepage) on 2013-10-08 22:34 (Reply)
Hi Sara!

I could not agree more- great photographs make all the difference in the world!

We do occasionally offer maker discounts, typically surrounding the launch of a new material or changing of the seasons (we did a "summer white, strong and flexible" sale not long ago). Make sure you're subscribed to our newsletter and check back on the site periodically- we want to make it easy on you makers :-)!

Thanks for the great feedback!

Cheers,
S
#2.1 Savannah on 2013-10-09 19:08 (Reply)
You're right the is seems obvious to add more products but I'm glad to be reminded. I'm stoked to get my models on uploaded. Thanks!
#3 Mike Jenson (Homepage) on 2013-10-09 16:50 (Reply)

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