Maker’s Aid is a blog for people who make stuff online.
That includes affiliate marketers, bloggers, and niche website owners. And authors, coaches, and course creators who teach others their art and craft. And sellers of goods—be they their own or other people’s—on sites like eBay, Etsy, and Shopify. Last but not least, freelancers. Some create graphics or copy, others write code and ship apps.
The one thing that we all have in common, you ask?
We make our own bread, and we rely on the same skills, know-how, and tools to do it well and consistently. Maker’s Aid is here to help you figure them out, so that you can build, grow, scale, and run your online business without going crazy.
Jim Stonos, founder of Maker’s Aid and a maker of stuff online since 2007. Owner of an indie media company.
Craig Britton, a jack of all trades on writing-related topics with extensive experience in copywriting.
Want to get in touch? Say firstname.lastname@example.org.