If you’re a handmade business owner with a shop on Etsy, you could be worried that your shop is stuck in a rut.
You’ve read blog posts, articles on Pinterest, but your sales are not coming in.
How do you find the support need??
You’ve started an Etsy shop.
You’ve perfected your SEO.
Now you’re at a dead end.
You have nothing to do and nowhere to go, except sit and wait for those sales to come rolling in.
But more often than not, they don’t come quite as fast as we’d like.
And then, one of those days when you have nothing to do, you stumble upon the magical little button that leads you into the great big world of “teams”.
So it was with me, and I’m taking the liberty to assume that I’m not alone.
A whole group of crafters and collectors gathered to share, discuss, critique and help one another’s shops.
While I readily admit there are benefits to teams, I just as quickly warn against the disadvantages and pitfalls.
I want you to enjoy your Etsy shop.
I want you to have that special light in your eyes when you tell everyone you know about your products.
I want it to be an endearing experience you’ll carry on for years and never once forget.
To assure that outcome, I hope you’ll keep reading.
We’re going to travel through the basics of teams, how they can help your shop, as well as a few words of warnings.