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The Artistry Studio & Mississippi Mayhem: Art, Trains and Online Carts - S05E01

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In this season of the podcast, I decided to try and start my own business. It's going to be a multimedia podcast studio and retail space.

And I'm doing it in an old 1930's train car!

One of the things I need to figure out is what I'm going to sell and what online shopping cart I want to use. So I meet with two artists here in Madison, WI to talk about the different cart options out there and ask why they are in the process of leaving Etsy?

Listen to the show:

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Show Links
Kaylin Deackman, The Artistry Studio - theartistrystudio.net

Heather Leanne, Mississippi Mayhem - Instagram @heatherleanne

Music for the podcast by Lorenzo's Music

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