The Maker Files Blog

Our blog for brands looking to create authentic connections with makers & DIYers

Ivy Decker

Ivy graduated Summa Cum Laude from The Ohio State University in May 2016 with a degree in English and dual minors in Professional Writing and Creative Writing. While in college, she gained editorial experience as Editor-in-Chief and senior staff member of The Sundial Humor Magazine. Additionally, she completed an editorial internship with Columbus, Ohio's (614) Magazine where she pitched and composed original articles as well as other editorial and copywriting tasks. Ivy also developed copywriting and marketing skills in her professional writing courses, which focused on writing for the "work world." Now that Ivy is truly part of that "work world" that everyone advised was coming, she's excited to use her writing background to develop the voice and values of the brands she represents, including ATA. In her free time, Ivy writes comedy, plays the ukulele, and hangs out with her cat, Rey.
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Recent Posts

How Cosplay Makers Discover New Products

In this blog post, we'll explain the most common ways cosplay makers discover new products to add to their tool kit as well as why that social proof is so important and necessary for the success of your brand.
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Posted by Ivy Decker on Feb 27, 2019

How Jewelry Makers Research Their Craft Online

In this post, we're discussing how jewelry makers research their craft online, as well as taking a look at what types of content they need and how your brand can get involved.
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Posted by Ivy Decker on Feb 13, 2019

Paper Crafters and Social Media

In this post, we'll explain the relationship between paper crafters and social media and give your brand some advice for jumping into the conversation as well.
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Posted by Ivy Decker on Feb 6, 2019

The Buyer's Journey For Fiber Artists

In this post, we'll explain what a common Buyer's Journey for fiber artists might look like and how your brand can use that journey as a guide to attracting and retaining new customers and brand supporters in the fiber art community.
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Posted by Ivy Decker on Jan 30, 2019