Selling on ETSY takes a lot of hard work, but thanks to many successful sellers and the forums selling on ETSY has been easier with all the tips and advice they have dished out. I do have to say if it wasn’t for the forums I may be still trying to figure it out two years later. I have received some of the best advice on here.
Always remember that some advice may not work for you, but you never know unless you try. Having a business is about trial, error, and learning… really finding what works for you. I always try to remember why I’m here, it all started with a passion to create and now I want to share it with anyone I can. When I get down, I always go back to crafting and many times a new item.
My Top 3 Pieces of advice?
* Keep crafting and Keep listing. You can never have enough and what is not listed can not sell. You’ll find yourself relying less on renewing with more and more new items to list
* Go Outside the comfort zones. When I added vintage cabochon jewelry to my shop last year my sales started for me. Now I’m listing more new items, my flower line has taken off, and I’ll be adding vintage cocktail rings this week.
* Always room for improvement. There are always things you can do to improve your shop. Tweaks in your listings, new pictures, better tagging…
Happy Reading. Thank you guys!
My ETSY Recaps, Advice That Has Helped Me:
How the Four P’s Helped Me Hit 100 Sales
Promoting on a Low Budget:
Have You Refresh-ed Your Shop Lately:
Before You Relist Consider This:
My Favorite Threads From Sellers:
4 Years on ETSY Want to Know My Secrets
Homework is Not a Dirty Word
600 Sales and What I Have Learned:
So You Want to Be An ETSY Success Story:
Thanks Guys for all your encouragement. I love ETSY… and a lot of it is because of all the fun times I have here in the forums.