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My shop???

I posted awhile back and got some responses about my sho0p... :) Thanks everyone!!

My question now is: How does my shop look? How am I doing? My sales went up, but now they are pretty slow again...

Does anyone have any advise for me?

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Just read over this. Lol meant to say shop... Haha :)
Sales will always be up and down, just the flow of retail.
True Jacque.

I just feel very discouraged... :(
Do you pay for advertisement on Etsy? I highly recommend it. I have gotten a huge boost in sales from paying for ads.
Also don't just rely on Etsy, diversify and get involved in craft shows, seek out wholesale opportunities, hold a jewelry party, etc.
I did twice I think (referring to the ads). It didn't help me at all sales wise.... Just a handful of extra views.
I think your shop looks great, but I noticed all your titles are the same or very similar. I would add more descriptive keywords, such as the colors and styles.
Never thought of a jewelry party! That's a cool idea! Thanks!!!

I am going to try to get into a farmers market this summer! :)
Thanks Sherry! I'm trying to add more descriptive titles. That's the hardest thing for me besides descriptions and tags.

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