So, you’ve started a hobby and you have hand crafted products you want to sell. You are taking your products to local craft fairs and flea markets. You are selling in local consignment shops, and that’s good, but you’re tired of giving someone between 30% and 40% to sell your product. What’s the next logical step? The next logical step is to sell your product on line.
This is what I have done with my sea glass and sea pottery jewelry. I have followed the steps as outlined above and I am now selling jewelry on etsy. Etsy makes sense for any hand crafter. It makes sense because they have a great interface set up where you can post your products that is easy to follow. It is inexpensive to set up, you pay 20 cents to list an item for four months. Your customers can pay you directly … Read more