Eighty-two percent of Etsy sellers say they want to scale their businesses. A reliable way to do so? Selling Etsy patterns. Etsy patterns are digital templates for creating crafts. You can sell many categories of patterns on Etsy, and each comes with its unique audience.
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Think you have no chance of success on Amazon if you don’t run a full-time business? Good news: Over half of Amazon sellers run their business part-time—and 37% have full-time jobs. Maybe you want to build an online store that eventually frees you from your
Whether or not you like to read what people think of your products or services, consumers do. Nearly all American consumers, anyway — even when they’re shopping online. In 2018, a study by Power Reviews reported that 26% “consult reviews for every purchase they make
Before your product listings can sell on eBay, people need to be able to find them. That’s where eBay SEO can help. SEO, which stands for search engine optimization, is the practice of making your listings more appealing to the algorithms that determine which pages
We’ve always known product reviews are important for building customers’ trust, but research shows they’re now more important than ever. 81% of consumers say a company’s trustworthiness matters more in 2020 than it did in 2019. To build shoppers’ trust, they need to be able
In a 2018 report, Adthena discovered that Google Shopping ads drove 76.4 percent of retail search ad spend. With that in mind, here’s some good news: On April 21st, 2020, Google made Google Shopping free for merchants in the U.S. in response to COVID-19, and
An eMarketer survey found that ad spend on ecommerce is up nearly 40% since 2019 in the wake of the pandemic. Numbers don’t lie; everyone, including you, is fighting for consumer attention by investing more time and money. However, with new ecommerce stores being established
About two years ago, a Google executive used Google Shopping to look for a high-end Bluetooth headset. He found one merchant offering the product for much less than any of the other retailers, so he snatched it up. His delivery day came and went, and
Nate and Alysha Jackson used to be full-time public school teachers. Then they decided to start a side hustle with retail arbitrage on Amazon. They took $100, purchased items on clearance, and sold them on Amazon for a profit. And they kept on doing it.