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Wednesday, May 11, 2016

How To Build A Successful Shop On Etsy

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Etsy is one of the most popular ways these days to sell the items you make (which makes perfect sense, as it is one of the most popular sites for people to visit when they are looking to purchase homemade items!), but in addition to the broad audience provided by Etsy, you will also have to face the broad competition this site brings with it - and for this reason, it is extremely important that you understand some of the things you can do to build a successful shop on Etsy if you would like to sell items on the site.

Carve your niche: A lot of people make the mistake, when they are getting into Etsy, of wanting to sell all sorts of different things - thinking that this will be fun for them, and that it will bring lots of different customers their way - but as with any business, the success of an Etsy business will be largely dependent upon repeat customers, and you will be unlikely to gain many repeat customers if no one has any clue exactly what you are selling!

Build a solid core: When it comes to successful online business, one of the staples is building positive seller ratings - and this is no different on Etsy than it is on any other site; if you want to gain new customers, you will want to make sure that you have good ratings from your current customers, so make sure you are treating your customers well - and make sure you are encouraging them to rate you as a seller!

Expand off-site: And once you have set up your shop and gained a few good ratings, consider expanding off-site - setting up websites through which you can promote your Etsy products and your Etsy store! Once you have done this, you will have a lot more control over your content, your message, and your search engine rankings - and soon, you will find that you are sending plenty of new customers to your Etsy page through these other websites you have taken the time to set up and cultivate.

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