How to find the right product to sell on Etsy?
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How to find the right product to sell on Etsy?

Practical course to "aim" your idea to a product niche that is in demand and profitable on Etsy!
4.8 (6 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
25 students enrolled
Created by Mikus Losans
Last updated 5/2017
English
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Includes:
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • 5 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Students will have an Etsy product idea that is profitable and competitive.
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Requirements
  • Have a will to start an Etsy shop without an idea
  • Or have an idea for their handmade/author product
  • Or have a ready made product, which is already selling elsewhere
Description

Life's too short to invest time in products that nobody wants!

So we have created a course for the first step you have to do when starting an Etsy shop. Which is finding out what is in demand on Etsy, what kind of product niches there are and which are profitable. What are the products that people are buying, and define what is the product I have to make to be competitive and be able to achieve my financial goals! 

This course is created by 3 authors - 2 very successful Etsy shop owners  and 1 entrepreneur/mentor, who knows how to translate their 6 year experience on Etsy into actionable steps that students are willing and able to complete! 

Edite Klidzeja
Laila Masa
Mikus Losans

The course have been created based on a 1 year experience of organizing physical in-class courses on starting an Etsy Business. We have had around 200 graduates and 6 seasons (in every 2 months). In these physical courses we were able to learn every season and improve the course in next seasons. 

Course Consists of 3 main parts:
1. Defining your goal;
2. Doing market research;
3. Defining your product and it's uniqueness;

In the end of the course you will define a product that you want to create and that is profitable and in demand. You will also have feedback from course creators about your product that you have found. 

Who is the target audience?
  • Person, who want to earn extra income with a small Etsy business
  • Person, who want to build an Etsy business to quit a day job and be free
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Curriculum For This Course
14 Lectures
01:56:35
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How to find the right product to sell on Etsy?
14 Lectures 01:43:35

Defining Goals
03:24

Intro before market research
05:16


How to find product niche (Google keywords)
12:32

Supply and profitability intro
05:45

Profitability
10:52

CraftCount as a tool
01:45

Attractiveness number for niche evaluation
03:25

Walk you through, Market research
34:32

Identifying most popular products in the category
03:44

Define YOUR product and Its uniqueness
01:11

Shop tittle and stuff
08:23

Outro and pre-opening your shop
02:24
About the Instructor
Mikus Losans
4.8 Average rating
6 Reviews
25 Students
1 Course
Etsy Business Accelerator creator

Mikus is an entrepreneur and co-founder of a Business incubator, helping young entrepreneurs to start businesses, and building entrepreneurship support ecosystem for 5 years already. Since 2016. Mikus has created a Business miniaccelerator, which organize 1-2 month mentoring/networking courses on Etsy. Mikus has busines experiece since 2007, creating an advertising company for advertising in schools, after that created a board game called Time For Business.