r ranson wrote:Right now, these are the sections I have. I can only put each item into one section. Because I usually don't carry many items, I kept the sections pretty broad, but it might be good to divide them up once I get to 30 or more items?
r ranson wrote:Would you like to play with this one?
Tereza Okava wrote:your rate might have plummeted over the past week or so while sales simultaneously increased because a lot of people were clicking through to check out the links you posted here (I know I did. Sorry, I didn't buy anything!!!).
Carla Burke wrote:
r ranson wrote:
Most importantly: Since most of my sales are wholesale and not through Etsy, I also have to be conscious not to hurt the sales of my wholesale customers. Undercutting their prices is only going to hurt me in the long term.
This is a VERY permie attitude! Keeping prices competitive is healthier for everyone, in the long run. I kinda feel a little guilty for getting my Cotswold wool now, instead if waiting till after the price change. Knowing it's a one-time thing (plus current events are hitting our wallets hard, too) is why I went ahead. Otherwise, I generally prefer to pay a price that makes both me *and* the seller happy.