The About Section in Your Shop
Your About section is where you can share the story of your business. Shoppers can learn more about your creative process and any collaborators you have.
Add a Shop Video, upload up to five photos that show off your workspace or demo your process, and share your shop story.
About Section Basics
Buyers can find your About section by clicking the About link near the top of your shop homepage or by scrolling down your shop homepage.
If your shop isn't open to the public, you’ll need to open your shop first.
The Etsy community values openness and clarity. We encourage you to tell the story of your business by sharing information about the members and process behind your Etsy shop. This helps to highlight what you do.
Sum up your shop in one sentence. What are you and your shop about?
Here's your chance to really connect with the community! You can discuss how your business was founded, what impact it has had on your life, and what you see for its future. You can use up to 5,000 characters, so we encourage you to share as many great facts and stories about your shop as you can!
Here, you can upload a video to give shoppers an inside look at your process, your workspace, your materials, or any other aspect of your shop that you'd like to highlight. To learn more about Shop Video, take a look at this Help article.
Provide shoppers an even closer look at your business by uploading photos. These could include everything from your creative process to your studio layout. Images can be .jpg, .png, or .gif files up to 2MB. You can upload photos of any dimension you like, but your photos will be cropped to display at 760 x 468 pixels.
Links Around the Web
You can add links to your Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, website, or blog by clicking on the dropdown menu, selecting where you’re linking to, and adding the link.
Keep in mind that you cannot provide links that direct your buyers to purchase the same items you have for sale on Etsy through another site. You can review these policies here.
Shop members is where you can list anyone directly employed by you involved in making your items or running your shop. This is essential to representing yourself in the marketplace.
Any production partners you’ve indicated you work with will show here. A production partner is anyone (who’s not a part of your Etsy shop) who helps you physically produce your items.
Note: This section can't be edited in the Edit shop tool.
If you add a partner to any of your listings, your partner’s business name or descriptive title will appear, along with their location and your About your partner description.