You Tube and Salt Bars, What do you Know?

Have you ever viewed anything on You Tube?  

I’ll bet the large majority of us have, whether it was something funny that another person shared with you, performances of your favorite musicians, or to see something done, you’ll find it all there.  But have you ever used You Tube for your business?  If you haven’t, author of Filming Your Way to Success:  How to Use You Tube for Your Business, Kelli Whitley, urges you to get to it!  Her article is a veritable manual for learning what You Tube can do for your business and how to develop a business strategy using it.  You won’t want to miss this one.

If you have a hankering to make salt bars, then Amy Kalinchuk’s, Salt Bars, is for you.  She provides a formula and complete directions that will have you dying to start your own batch.  You really have to try it!

If you haven’t read, From the Ashes, by Lindalu Forseth, you owe it to yourself to do so.  It is both a difficult and poignant story of one soapmaker’s bad fortune and the results.  Although you will feel for Sue, you will cheer for her and her supporters, and it will make you think about what you would do in her position.

Are you using You Tube?  Do you make salt bars, or have you been wanting to but didn’t know how?  Has any calamity befallen you or have you thought about what could happen and taken steps to prevent or recover from it?  Let’s hear from you!

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2 Responses to “You Tube and Salt Bars, What do you Know?”
  1. Regina says:

    Hi! Had no luck finding Amy Kalinchuk’s recipe/ vid for making Salt Bars or Kelli Whitley’s two books mentioned. Can you add a link?

  2. SavonTalk says:

    Amy’s recipe is embodied in her article in the current issue of the magazine. You can find her videos at Crafte-revolution.com.

    The mention of Kelli Whitley is the title of the article she wrote for the Saponifier.

    You’ll have to get a copy–or better yet, subscribe!

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