makinggoode
amplifying your artistic voice

why work with us

Why am i not bring heard?

The making world is crowded and competitive, and not only that the whole
retail world is crammed with items begging for attention and itching to be
bought. How do you ensure you are getting your work in front of the right
people and organisations so you are heard?

The answer is by using targeted, truthful marketing, representing you and
your work at your very best. 

You may feel you aren’t heeded as a maker and this is often because you
are not expressing yourself effectively. What do we mean by this?
    • You may be targeting your work at the wrong customer
    • You may be attending the wrong fairs
    • Your stands at fairs may not be representing you and ‘telling the story’ 
    • Your photography may be substandard
    • Your descriptions of your pieces may be too sparse or too wordy
    • Your website may be letting you down

To be heard you have to speak clearly.

All the time you need to be thinking the following:

What do I need to say about my work, and how do I need to show it, so a
person who has never seen it or held it understands it and you
immediately? This is the real skill and this is where Making Goode comes
in. Our whole approach is about getting you to ask and answer all these
difficult questions and then we use your answers to build you a stronger, 
more focussed brand. 

If you feel you are not being heard, then maybe now is the time to
find out why!

 
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why work with us

The making world is crowded and competitive, and makers not only have to stand out among their peers but also in a retail market saturated with mass-produced goods. How does a maker ensure they are getting their work in front of the right people and organisations so they are noticed? The answer is by using targeted, truthful marketing and the maker presenting themselves and their work consistently and to the best of their ability at all times.

TO BE HEARD YOU HAVE TO SPEAK CLEARLY

What does a maker need to say about their work, and how do they need to show it, so a person who encounters it for the first time understands it immediately? This is the real skill and this is where  Making Goode steps in. Our whole approach is about getting designer-makers to ask and answer  searching questions about what they do and why they do it. From this starting point of intense self-reflection we work alongside our makers to help them build stronger, more focussed businesses.

If you feel you are not being heard, then maybe now is the time to find out why!