I just wanted to write a quick post to recommend an app I’ve been using for my Etsy shop – Vela.
Etsy apps are one of those things that:
1) I didn’t know existed until months after I opened my shop and
2) Keep forgetting they exist even now.
Etsy apps are not on your phone – they are desktop applications. (although some do have a mobile app that works with it).
You can find the list of Etsy approved apps here. Continue reading
Today I want to quickly write down some notes and discoveries on including a “SALE” category in your Etsy shop. I would highly recommend it!
Firstly, let’s begin with the obvious. Not every morning is perfect and if you read this and think “wow, that’s organised!” or “man I can’t even think straight before 12pm” you are not alone. I’m right there with you. This is my morning routine WHEN everything is going to plan, I’m caffeinated and on the ball!
Secondly – I don’t usually start this routine until after I’ve dropped my daughters at school. To me it’s infinitely harder to try and concentrate on admin work when I’ve got “mummy where is my homework?”, “mummy, she stole my identical white sock!” and “mummy, she’s just poured coco pops all over her pristine uniform!”
I walk the little
monsters angels to school and come back ready to Etsy. When it’s half term or school holidays I tend to either creep downstairs before they’re awake or allow morning TV and brekkie to give me some peace. It takes me around half an hour – 45 minutes to do this following list.
Hi everyone, I’m ashamed to admit it’s been 4 months since I last blogged and I’m well aware that I haven’t finished my social media schedule over Friday/The Weekend but being totally honest I haven’t even had the time to stick to it myself lately!
I’ve been wanting to write this blog post since last Christmas but for some reason I just kept putting it off. Anyway, October is here, winter is coming and as Etsy sellers we are getting our butts in gear for Christmas!
Here are some ways you can get your shop and yourself prepared and ready for the “rush”.