Selling Blueprint: 2 in 1 Combo: How To Sell On Etsy & Shopify & Keep Doing What You're Passionate About - Madison Booker - ebook

Attention fellow entrepreneurs!Are you looking for ways to make more money online?The problem at the moment is you end up spending money on new approaches that don't pan out.It would be good to earn some revenue online without having to pay an arm and a leg to get started.In this book bundle you will be guided through valuable step-by-step systems to launch your new online career and begin making real money.Inside you will learn:Selling Your Crafts Online:• Find out the best places to sell your crafts• Learn useful shipping and pricing strategies• Essential advertising strategies• Easy ways to deal with customersThe Beginner's Guide To Shopify:• The Essentials of Setting up a Shopify store front• How to customize Your Brand• How to launch your products• The ins and outs of shipping• Marketing your online store• Advanced tips to boost businessYou can take the information in these guides to build your own online career, or you can do what most people do and never take that first step in a new direction.The choice is yours.To read on click on Buy now!

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Selling Your Crafts Online:

A Complete Guide to the E-Commerce of Crafts and Starting a Business from Scratch


Text Copyright © 2016 Madison Booker

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Table of Contents


Figuring Out What to Sell

What are you best at?

Made to Order vs. Pre-Made



Where Should You Sell?


Your Own Site


Shipping Costs and Concerns



The Look of Your Shop




Pricing Strategy

Material Costs




How to get paid


Tags and Subsections

Social Media

Paid Listings

Coupons and Sales

Good Feedback

Dealing With Customers

Shop Policies



Are you tired of the 9-to-5 grind? Are you more of a creative person than a pencil pusher? Are you looking for a way to break out of the tedium of the office, actually enjoy your job, and bring joy to your life? It’s not just a pipe dream! Turning your creative hobby into a profitable small business is within your reach. This book will walk you through the ins-and-outs of setting up an online crafting business from scratch. You will find out where to sell your crafts, learn useful shipping and pricing strategies, as well as some advertising ideas, and ways to deal with customers. Don’t waste any more time behind a desk; read on and learn how to make a career out of your creativity, and build the life you’ve always wanted.

Figuring Out What to Sell

What are you best at?

It might be hard to figure out what craft you want to sell online. You probably have a lot of projects on the go; after all, creative people are always creating. Narrowing down your list of crafts to just one type can be hard. But remember, you’re trying to create quality items that other people will want to buy. You want your finished products to be as close to perfect as possible so you can feel confident when sending them to a buyer. You don’t want someone’s new scarf unravelling on them because you haven’t quite figured out how to finish a knitting project. Consider focusing on the craft that you have more or less mastered. Maybe you can knit really well! Maybe you’re a painter, or a woodworker; maybe you make dolls, or bags, or are really skilled at leathercraft. You know your own skills and passions, so your final product is up to you. Just make sure you can make a high quality item you feel comfortable mailing out to buyers. If you wouldn’t give it to a friend, don’t send it to a customer.

Don’t worry if you aren’t already a crafter. Online selling isn’t just for seasoned artists. A lot of crafts are actually pretty easy to pick up. Check out YouTube or Pinterest tutorials for basic ideas. Then you just have to make a few practice crafts with some cheap materials from a dollar store, and you’ll be ready to start selling in no time. If you have some innate design talent, finding something you can turn into a profitable craft won’t be hard at all.

Cross-stitch is a great example of a craft that is easy to pick up, really simple to customize, and popular among buyers. Embroidery is the same; if you have an eye for design, and the patience to stitch a beautiful piece, you could potentially make a lot of money per item. There are so many possibilities for crafts you can learn well, and learn fast.

A short list of popular crafts:

Cross-stitched pieces or patterns

Embroidered pieces or patterns

Custom painted wine glasses or coffee mugs


Screen printed clothing and accessories


Buttons and pins



Knitted clothing and accessories

Soap and other bath products

All these crafts are fairly easy to do (especially if you’re already the crafty type) and the materials are pretty cheap, too! All you need is a few tutorials and some practice and you’ll be ready to set up your own online craft shop.

Made to Order vs. Pre-Made

The time it will take you to make a single item is a crucial factor in deciding whether you’ll be making your items custom, or sending out pre-made ones. Many crafters make their items as orders come in so they can leave room for customization, and ensure that the item is “fresh” for the customer. You don’t really want to be sending buyers old crafts that you have kept in your closet for several months before shipping. The problem is, though, that some crafts take quite a long time to create. Say you’re selling elaborate embroidery projects that take you a month of spare time sewing to finish, but you have five orders already lined up. Telling that fifth buyer that they won’t be receiving their item for at least five months will most likely result in them cancelling their order. Look at the time it takes you to complete one item and decide from there whether you’ll be custom making your orders, or creating a stockpile of pre-made items.