Nearly every day I get messages from enthusiasts imploring, “I want to start a Ball Python business. How did you do it?” So here’s my origin story. (Your results may vary).
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Place yourself right where the chaos of art meets the discipline of science.
Chatting about the Ball Python market, upcoming projects and the future or our business with Joe and Melissa on the From the Ground Up Podcast.
We’ve all seen the selling shenanigans that go on in the industry. Here’s how to get in the right frame of mind and end the lies that so many are telling themselves about the market.
Social media has made connecting both dramatically easier and harder. Its easy to be seen, but in a world where everyone has a megaphone, its very hard to be heard.
For anyone who has thought about Ball Pythons as an industry or breeding business, there’s an ah-ha moment. “This is a huge pyramid scheme!” and “My customers will be my competition!” Yikes!
This article will be six parts long and each part I’ll release separately, then combine into a whole. This is what I believe about our industry (specifically BPs) and even more importantly, this is how I operate my business. If you agree, join me to create something special for all of us!
Stand back people, there’s a new generation of Ball Python enthusiasts and they just don’t understand why people still work with Spiders.
Investing in a big time Ball Python project requires courage, but even more critical is smarts and solid expectations. Before you spend the money, you should understand the risks and market forces involved.
Avoid these common mistakes and you’ll be well on your way to Ball Python success.
There’s a trend in the reptile business of private breeders auctioning off their animals. Could these bidding wars actually be hurting the industry?
The Ball Python industry is growing, and growing fast. If you want to get involved but don’t know where to start – here are the top 8 things to consider when building a collection.
Interview from Herp Daily Blog May 2010 Hello again reptile hobbyists around the globe! As you may have noticed, Herp Daily has been on a short hiatus due to time constraints on the part of our editors. Joining us today…
As the market matures, we face the inevitable reality that the genes we work with will eventually lose value. However, not all morphs are created equal. Some will retain value much longer than others based on a few key criteria.
Take these ten points into consideration and be well on your way to the reptile room of your dreams!