I have started selling Vinyl Decals in my Etsy Shop and on my website. Don’t worry I am not going in the custom-vinyl-everything direction. These are decals that I made for myself and decided to put them up for sale. You can find them in the Fun Stuff section in The Steady
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See this logo right here:
I made that all by myself in less than 10 minutes with the help of DesignEvo!
Starting up your
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HOORAY! The 2017 Calendar Daily Simplified Planner, 2017 Dapperdesk Leather Planner, and the entire Fall Collection are now available at EmilyLey.com!
Just a few of our favorite new products:
Simplified Planner Accessories
This beautiful new Happy Stripe Pen is the perfect companion for your Simplified Planner and a staple for your desk
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You finally made some sales in your Etsy shop! But wait…no one is leaving you any reviews. Having a 5-star rating is a great way to bring in new customers. Scroll down for some tips on how to get more of your customers to leave you a great review.
If you thought making some
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If you missed it check out Lesson 7 here!
Lesson 8 wraps up this years Etsy Holiday Boot Camp! They covered a lot of stuff and now we should all be prepared for the holiday shopping season, right? lol
Lesson 8 covers customer service. Be friendly and build up your fan base. Make sure
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Check out Lesson 6 if you missed it!
Lesson 7 is about shipping your items out on time and anticipating your buyers needs and wants. Provide as much information as possible into your item description and the Policies section of your shop.
Add processing time to your listings. Digital items do not have processing
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Check out Lesson 5 if you missed it!
Lesson 6 is about getting the word out to your customers this Holiday Season. There are many ways to do this via your blog, website, advertising or using social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, etc. In Etsy’s email they focused on using Facebook.
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Check out Lesson 4 if you missed it!
Lesson 5 is about using your product descriptions to your advantage. During the holidays is when Etsy receives most of its traffic. Buyers are searching for the items they want. This is the time that you want to make sure your title, tags, descriptions and keywords
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If you missed it, read my post for Lesson 3.
Lesson 4 is about refreshing your photos and brand for the holidays. The email newsletter covers 3 different topics:
1. Styling: Does your product make a great gift, decoration or holiday party favor? Thoughtfully arrange your photos to create a mood and context that
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If you missed it…read my post for Lesson 2.
Lesson 3 is all about preparing your shop for the Holidays. Giving it a little touch-up to make your customers get the festive vibe!
The 4 areas that were specifically mentioned in the email are:
1. Shop Announcement: What information is your Shop Announcement broadcasting?
Continue reading Lesson 3: Spruce Up Your Shop #EtsyHolidayBootCamp