From SEO to photography to advertising, find it all in this thorough index of resources for running your small business.
Help make a good shop great! Read this guide for personalizing your own class — including Etsy’s downloadable Shop Critique worksheet.
Are you ready to set goals for success in 2013? Before you begin, use this worksheet to review your achievements from the past year.
Test out the new Market Research tool and take a peek at strategies for pushing your products into higher price ranges.
Sometimes it requires extra money to take your business to the next level. Here are some ideas for sponsoring your growth.
As a seller, you’re a passionate small business owner, but there’s a good chance you’re probably not an accountant. And you shouldn’t have to be.
You’ve mastered the elementals of pricing your work. Now, take it to the next level by considering tiers, promotions, and wholesale.
Out of dismal facts and figures comes a pointed question which no artist can avoid.
From understanding your costs to using pricing strategies, there’s a lot to learn from Megan Auman and Tara Gentile in this May 15 workshop.
Thinking about rewarding your followers? Learn how to create and share coupon codes with your buyers, fans and friends, just in time for the holidays!
Before the holidays hit, and your shop is all abuzz with gift givers, consider digging a little deeper into your pricing process.
Two UK organisations courageously set out to change the perception of handmade goods. Now Etsy has an invitation for retail style guru, Mary Portas.
This guest post is by Amanda Steinberg, founder of DailyWorth.com. DailyWorth is a daily email about money for women — delivering practical tips, empowering ideas and the occasional kick in the pants. Put on your thick skin. It’s time to get down to business. As an entrepreneur, friends and family regularly approach me to share their… Continue reading
Welcome to the grand finale of Etsy’s Guide to Selling Vintage (read the first installment here). I hope Part 2 will be the Before Sunset to Part 1′s Before Sunrise. (My apologies to those of you who aren’t familiar with the Ethan Hawke canon.) In sharing these vintage-specific tips from the community, my hope… Continue reading