The Jewelryosophy 360 Podcast
By Jewelryosophy 360
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The Jewelryosophy 360 Podcast delivers actionable advice and insight from real jewelry makers who are actively growing their online businesses. They can be found on Etsy, Shopify, Amazon Handmade, as well as other handcrafted jewelry marketplace favorites. The show isn’t about helping you get rich overnight or about selling you a fancy jewelry business course, guru system, or bootcamp. We keep it real and share what it’s like for real jewelry business owners. No sugar-coating. Some are part-time and simply use jewelry as a creative outlet while others have made jewelry a full-time career. Jewelryosophy 360 is one of the fastest growing free communities where results-oriented jewelry makers can come to get and receive encouragement. Whether you are just starting your jewelry business or have been making and selling jewelry for years, Jewelryosophy 360 is your free resource for jewelry education, community, and tools. The Jewelryosophy 360 podcast, hosted by Ayana Miller, is an extension of that community. We bring you real jewelry business owners, instructors, tips, and insights to help you grow your jewelry business and explore your passion. You won’t find any self-proclaimed gurus or overnight success stories here. We only feature real-life jewelry makers who are at the bench and actively working on their jewelry passions. Be sure to check out Jewelryosophy360.com for guides, articles, and tutorials and start connecting with like-minded community members for free. It doesn’t matter whether you are a jewelry hobbyist, teacher, part-time jewelry business owner, or full-time goldsmith- the Jewelryosophy 360 Podcast will help you achieve your goals and fuel your jewelry making passions!
||CleanThe Jewelryosophy 360 Podcast 13: Selling Your Jewelry in West Elm and Beyond||Tisa lets us into her studio to talk about building a jewelry business!||8/4/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Jewelryosophy 360 Podcast 12: From Selling to Friends to Sold in Jewelry Stores||Cindy Liebels' journey as a jewelry maker||5/20/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Jewelryosophy 360 Podcast 11: Growing a Massive Following for Your Jewelry Biz||How to grow a following for your jewelry business and translate it into excited customers!||3/25/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Jewelryosophy 360 Podcast 10: Taking Calculated Risks In Your Jewelry Business||On today's show, we'll talk with Diana Gruber of Por La Luna and Craftsmen Unbound. Diana is a jewelry artist, designer, and business owner based out of Sacramento, California.||10/15/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Jewelryosophy 360 Podcast 9: Using Your Jewelry To Tell Your Unique Story||On today's show, we'll talk with Jeanette Caines of Jewelry Arts Inc.||10/15/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Jewelryosophy 360 Podcast 8: Promoting Your Jewelry Brand and Craft Fearlessly||Alysse and her co-founder launched Beads & Bubbly over a year ago with a goal to provide opportunities for creative women in their local communities.||6/30/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Jewelryosophy 360 Podcast 6: Turning Your Jewelry Education into a Jewelry Business||On today's show, we'll talk with Lisa Niven Kelly of Beaducation.com. Lisa is an award-wing artist, author, teacher, and entrepreneur based out of Northern California.||4/9/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Jewelryosophy 360 Podcast 7: Winning Strategies for Driving Jewelry Sales Through Social Media Marketing||Emma is an artist and painter who stumbled upon a new way to explore her creative passions through jewelry making. In addition to setting up a shop on Etsy, she has also found success in selling her jewelry in local stores, such as tattoo parlors!||3/26/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Jewelryosophy 360 Podcast 5: Finding Your Voice as a Jewelry Maker||On today's show, we'll talk with Gary Dawson of Gary Dawson Designs. Gary is a jewelry designer and goldsmith based out of Eugene, Ohio, with over 40 years of experience.||3/14/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Jewelryosophy 360 Podcast 4: Finding Jewelry Business Opportunities in the Maker Community||With experiences working as a bench jeweler, then working on a production floor, and now operating as an independent business owner, Erica shares a wealth of valuable information.||2/6/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Jewelryosophy 360 Podcast 3: Starting Two Jewelry Businesses Before the Age of 30||Alyssa started her first jewelry company, Rock Your Jewels, in college where she bought rings wholesale and sold at retail in places such as D.C., NY, and Maryland with the help of her sisters.||1/30/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Jewelryosophy 360 Podcast 2: Pitching Jewelry to Galleries, Setting Prices, and Creating a Digital Jewelry Portfolio||Nancy is a YouTube star, jewelry designer and instructor with an extensive background in various jewelry techniques including chasing and repozay, enameling, forging, and sawing.||1/16/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Jewelryosophy 360 Podcast 1: From Jewelry Student to a Jewelry Line||Emilie gained a deep understanding of the business of making jewelry after working for multiple jewelry brands as a production manager in New York City.||1/2/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
Short sweet and to the point.
I stumbled upon your cast and really enjoyed it! Keep making them, I would love to hear how it grows. It is nice to hear other women's experiences about breaking in to the jewelry business.
LOVE. After receiving a like from you on Instagram for one of my photos, I checked out the profile and saw they was a podcast. I am a huge fan of podcast and listen to many while I create. I listened to the first three episodes and I want more. I am a newbie dabbler in jewelry. Not sure where it will good but I love hearing everyone else's story and discovering their work. Keep it and I can't wait for more. Thanks!!!!
Thank you for this podcast! Your discussion of the industry in Australia is really interesting as a jeweler based in NYC. Totally different challenges.