Jen Huhta wrote:Hi! I’m brand new here, this is my first reply. I’m hopping in here because I’ve spent a lot of time researching and implementing this very thing with my own Etsy fibre arts store. So much time in fact I’m in the process of leaving Etsy and opening my own independent storefront site as I’ve had it. But that’s another rant!
For photos you want the first one on a white background. Yes it’s boring but a) it allows your product to be easily seen when people are scrolling and b) Etsy is developing a photo recognition component to its search. And showing up in the search is the key component to Etsy success.
You’ll want to make sure you research SEO to death and have good longtail keyword titles with matching tags. There are Canadian Etsy Facebook groups where you can learn more if you need to.
Use as many of the 10 photo spaces as you can, it helps your search rank. Fill them with the styled photos.
Renewing listings no long helps.
If you’re not promoting yourself on social media (Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook) you need to be. Not paid advertising but posting in relevant groups, etc. There are several fibre marketplace groups.
Hope these are helpful!
Joshua Parke wrote:
Here's a man, Dr. Morse, that has over 40 years of experience helping people learn how to cleanse their body so they can heal. I picked a video and jumped it forward to the bit on scoliosis, if you search his channel you'll find other videos on the topic. I've listened to quite a few of his videos throughout the years and I've heard a lot of stories of people he's worked with whose skeletal structures aligned as they should.
Q&A - 380 - Scoliosis.......
Dale Hodgins wrote:And I thought Liberace was ga_ ... I mean colorful. Yes, colorful and insightful. :-)
Phil Tkachuk wrote:
I have two different generators: one from The Silver Edge - my main unit - which seems to make a very consistent 1 litre batch at a time - and I am still on the original rods, plus one from Atlas Nova that runs from a single 9-volt battery that I can also power from a small 9-12 volt solar panel (as it only draws micro-amps to make a nice small 8 oz batch) for prepping/disaster/power-outage use. Both units take 3 1/2 to 4 hours to make a batch and have proven reliable. Remember, use only Distilled Water only!!!
Gail Gardner wrote: Now I have to figure out solar in a hurry.