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									  If you are like most entrepreneurs running your own
                      woodworking




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business, you likely have a certain type of project you
http://www.dhshardware.com prefer to work on This may be custom
furnishings, home decorative pieces, interior carpentry like stair rails and
moldings, cabinets, and more Most entrepreneurs will focus on a niche in
their home woodworking business and will not offer a complete line-up of
services to clients
 If this is your business strategy and you arenÂ’t as busy as you would like to
be, you may want to think about expanding your offerings The Benefits of a
Full Line-Up Most people will be looking for a woodworking business to help
them with a very specific need They may find you on the Internet, see one of
your fliers, and even hear about you through word of mouth
 If your marketing material doesnÂ’t indicate that you have the capability to
meet their unique need, they likely will never call you up and discuss their
project with you You will find that by adjusting the wording on your marketing
material, website, and so forth so that your services are more open-ended, you
will be able to find more business Consider stating that there are no projects
too big or to small, and that you can help with any custom project
 Your Niche Now, back when you were starting your woodworking business,
you likely had some dreams about being the best stair craftsman in the area or
turning out the finest dining table in the region This can absolutely still be the
case, and you can include verbiage on your marketing material that says what
you specialize in However, until your woodworking business reaches that
point where you are getting more work in that specific niche than you can
handle, picking up other woodworking jobs outside of your niche will help you
to pay the bills
 When the Phone Rings If you have ever called a small company and made an
inquiry into some work you need done, you likely have at one point been
turned off by the person answering the phone not seeming interested in your
job You may have heard a phrase like, “Well, I could do it, but… ” If you
are truly interested in getting more clients for your woodworking business, you
will want to approach each and every call you take with an open and positive
mindset
 It may not be a project in your niche, but it is a paying project Keep in mind
that if you arenÂ’t eager and excited about the project, that client on the other
end of the line likely will take his or her project to someone who is    Article
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