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What is Your Day Rate?

pricing tips

I remember when I listed my very first item on Etsy…I was clueless about pricing. There are many factors that come into play when pricing your items, so knowing your product is crucial. You need to know how much it costs to make your item, how much time you spend making it, and how much it costs to ship. These are just a few things to keep in mind when filling out the price section of your listing. Read More »

From Unemployed to 7000 Etsy Sales

mud

“At one point, behind on bills, Mike had only $20 in his bank account. His unemployment benefits were dwindling and his credit cards were maxed out. But then, unexpectedly, he received a wholesale order.” Over the years have have featured Mike and his amazing pottery he sells in his shop Mudpuppy a few times, so I was naturally I was ... Read More »

Maximise Your Etsy Audience and Increase Your Sales

etsy tips

Hunting Handmade – is an online community focused on supporting, championing and inspiring the makers of the world. Hunting Handmade is responsible for one of the most successful Instagram accounts in the handmade space @etsyhunter. We feature the best of Etsy on a daily basis; assisting handmade entrepreneurs gain more exposure for their business. In addition to this we have ... Read More »

Rustic Magnetic Knife Rack

rustic knife holder

As you may have gathered from the first Handmadeology Home installment, I love all rustic decor! I just installed a magnetic knife holder in our kitchen, but I wanted to show you how to make one! Read More »

Get Your Handmade Business Listed!

50 off the handmade directory

We know that exposure is the number one thing that drives an online creative business. Without traffic, you will not have sales. We also know that most everyone is on a tight budget and there is not much money left to pay for advertising. Read More »

What to do when your Etsy shop stops growing

etsy shop failing

A thriving entrepreneurship is based on seasons, and we're failing to appreciate and utilize its natural rhythm. My treasured client (who enjoyed a soaring holiday season, only to crash-land in crickets) is clearly flying by the seat of her pants, as most of us tend to do. Read More »