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Setting up Shop 8
Launching Your Shop 15
The Power of Keywords 19
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You’ll know where your buyers come from, what they’re interested in and how to create additional products they’ll want to buy. And making money online will never be easier once you’ve built that community of your own.
Plus, people are already searching for printables on Etsy! This means that you’ll be able to instantly tap into an evergrowing customer base that are active on the marketplace.
So even if you don’t launch your own marketing campaigns, chances are you’ll be able to start generating sales from Etsy’s existing traffic. Easy!
And finally, there are valuable tools that make it easy to create Etsy listings that stand out from the crowd. I’m talking about resources like https://www.MarmaLead.com that not only break down your existing Etsy listings to show you how to improve your outreach, but they grade your listings based on focus keywords, exposure and more!
When it comes to creating an Etsy shop, you’ll want to carefully choose a shop name, and customize your storefront so it clearly represents your brand.
This includes a high-quality shop banner, memorable logo and shop description/tagline, and of course, in-demand printable products.
Let’s get started:
Step 1: Create your Etsy Account: Head on over to https://Etsy.com and create your account.
Make sure to fill in all the profile and account areas, including your payment information, address and add a credit card to your account so that Etsy can charge you for each listing whenever it needs to be renewed.
You will also want to set your shop preferences including shop language, country and currency.
Next, make sure to set your shop name so it’s the exact same name as your blog (if you plan to create one, and I recommend you do!). The key is to be consistent across all platforms.
Your shop name can be between 4-20 characters and shouldn’t contain any spaces or special characters.
Whatever shop name you assign will also become your Etsy web address and will look something like this: keyword.etsy.com
Step 2: Add Your First Product
The next step will be to stock your shop with at least one printable product.
Note that you can’t create an Etsy shop without having at least one available product, so if you have yet to create your first printable offer, you’ll want to do that first and then return to your Etsy account to complete the process.
Each product listing can include up to 10 images and you’ll want to use every available space.
However, you don’t need to have all 10-graphics ready. When adding your first product listing, you can always start by just adding one image and then go back in and add additional images later.
Step 3: Complete Your Payment Settings
Set your payment preferences, including how you wish to be paid (Paypal, check or money order, etc.)
Then, set up billing. You’ll need to add a credit card to your account.
Step 4: Create your Brand Graphics
Now that you have a brand-new Etsy account, it’s time to customize your shop! The important thing is to make sure all your images look alike while highlighting the different products.
You want to build a cohesive, memorable brand. If you look at the top printable sellers on Etsy, we all use a set color scheme and they stick to it.
Not only does it look more professional, but it helps people begin to recognize your brand so when they see your pins or visit your blog, they know who you are and what you have to offer.
Creating your shop graphics doesn’t have to be difficult or time consuming. My personal “trick” is to create one set of templates using a resource like https://www.Canva.com and then re-use them over and over again, simply replacing the product snapshots with ones that represent the current product offered.
Note: It’s always best to create printables based on evergreen, time-tested markets, and then figure out a way to put your own unique twist on each product.
That way, you’re offering something fresh and new, while still sticking within those popular, established niches that are continuing to grow.Other Details
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[YES] Can be sold
[YES] Can be used for personal use
[YES] Can be packaged with other products
[YES] Can modify/change the sales letter
[YES] Can modify/change the main product
[YES] Can modify/change the graphics and ecover
[YES] Can be added into paid membership websites
[YES] Can put your name on the sales letter
[YES] Can be offered as a bonus
[YES] Can be used to build a list
[YES] Can print/publish offline
[YES] Can convey and sell Personal Use Rights
[YES] Can convey and sell Resale Rights
[YES] Can convey and sell Master Resale Rights
[NO] Can be given away for free
[NO] Can be added to free membership websites
[NO] Can convey and sell Private Label Rights