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How to Start Building a Sustainable Shop on ETSY.

Don't get burnt or only get even, built your foundation and aim for your desired profit.
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Created by Zie Py
Last updated 2/2016
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This is not an "all you can eat" course, but rather a "gourmet" course, a short course on very specialized subject with only premium content. The course is about building the right mindset to start an Etsy shop. It is not a tutorial basic details on how to set up a shop, but more about finding your right reason in every aspect of the process. The content of the course will be full with INSIDER tips and tricks, do and dont's, with a hint of trade secrets. You will be having my shop as your case study and I will take you to a lot of tours inside Etsy.

At the end of the course, when you are ready to open your shop, you will get your personalized first shop critique to make sure that you start with the right foot. You will also be invited to a fall back support group to be with you on your "selling on Etsy" journey.

Who is the target audience?
  • This course is for open-minded newbies who want to grind smartly and to make it work on Etsy. No magic wand here, but simply setting the right foundation to setup a shop on Etsy to succeed. This course is probably not for you if you are a hobbyist or only want to get a small side earning.
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What Will I Learn?
Get to understand Etsy arena by datas.
Decide what's best to sell according to individual skills and interests.
Get to execute the best visual presentation according to individual products and capabilities.
Pay more attention to specific details in wording the products and it's placement to be able to entice buyers.
Have important basic strategies to run the Etsy shop once it's open.
Get continuous online support as long as needed.
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  • Basic Computer Skills.
  • Willingness to do all the work required.
Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 14 Lectures Collapse All 14 Lectures 45:25
Where to start.
3 Lectures 02:00

Intro and overview.

Preview 02:00

Understanding Datas.

What, Who and Where is Etsy.
2 pages

Find your mojo.

Authentic you.
2 pages
Deciding what to sell
2 Lectures 02:35

Tips and tricks to help you decide on your products.

Preview 02:35

Figure out your suitable pricing.

Pricing Strategy.
3 pages
Presentation... Presentation.. Presentation
4 Lectures 14:57

Visual presentation is King.

Preview 07:00

Don't sweat the small stuff but pay attention to details.

Time to get wordy.

Tell your story.

The shopfront.
2 pages

This Lecture will be updated from time to time as soon as Etsy publishes a new feature or more.

New Features From Etsy
Your shop is open... Now what?
4 Lectures 14:52

Let them know that your shop exist.

Shout out and check out your your neighborhood.

Do the business with eyes wide open.

Follow and Activate.

Beware and be prepare.

The good, the bad and the almost ugly.

Carry on Arranging and Adding
A Gift from me to you.
1 Lecture 02:01

Join the club and received personalized shop critique.

Club and Critique.
About the Instructor
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Artist, eCommerce Expert and Online Marketer.

An entrepreneur by blood and heart, I have been active online since the internet line was still making a lot of noise. With background in design and advertising, I am able to monetized my passion through multiple streams of income online. Ebay, Etsy and now Amazon are some of the few marketplaces that I've tried and tested first hand.

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