Each day, Etsy selects and features about 300 Etsy products on its front page out of the 9+ million handmade, vintage, and supply items on Etsy. If this was a simple lottery – your odds would be 1 in 30,000 of making the front page daily!
Obviously, the odds are against you, but we’ve noticed something unique . . . many sellers beat these odds almost daily and make the front page consistently-gaining the benefits of free promotion, a large audience being introduced to their shop, and increased sales.
The Handmadeology team was curious. What makes these sellers beat the odds so consistently and make the front page almost daily? What can we learn from them to increase your likelihood of making the front page?
We’ve all heard the commentary in the Etsy community before:
“Only use ______ type of backgrounds in your photos.”
“Take your pictures at an angle – or straight on.”
“Use props with your products – or don’t use props.”
“Use a model in the photo – or don’t put a human in the picture.”
The Handmadeology team is tired of “rumors of front page success” and have sought out the truth in the matter!
For the past few months, we’ve been doing research. . . . lots and lots of research, data gathering, graph making, analyzing data, asking questions, interpreting data—all in the quest for truth about what type of product photos make the front page.
We’re almost done with the analysis and are putting the finishing touches on a special report edition of the Handmadeology Magazine—which will be called “The Naked Truth About How to Make Etsy’s Front Page”!
This report will tell you 10 ways you can statistically increase your chances of making the front page and other interesting never before revealed front page facts-offered through the Handmadeologybiz Etsy shop. The numbers don’t lie – we know how to make the front page and how these sellers make the front page consistently!
Sign up below to be informed when this Handmadeology Magazine Special Report will be released. You will also receive a 20% off coupon good at time of check out. (It will be between 30 and 35 pages long packed full of easy to interpret graphs, examples of these 10 variables that make the front page, and practical suggestions to improve your product photos.