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A Guide To Selling Arts & Crafts Online

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Deciding to sell online can be a daunting undertaking for any designer or maker. With so much choice now out there it is hard to know where to begin.

What is the difference between Etsy and Folksy? Should I sell on my own website? How much money am I willing to spend?

These are just some questions we hope to answer in our threepart guide to selling arts and crafts online…

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Contents

etsyor In this section we look at sites where your crafts are searchable among lots of other makers such as Etsy. We tell you how to get your products noticed and other tips in getting buyers to your storefront.

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parttwo In section two we give you advice on setting up your own online shop. We look at hosts such as Big Cartel and Shopify and give tips on getting people to your new shop.

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part threeIn this final section we focus on how illustrators can turn their art into custom products. We look at sites such as Society6 which make gifts using your designs.

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Next: Part One – Etsy or Folksy

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