How to build a loyal following on social media

Unlock a Profitable Handmade Business
in Just 12 Weeks Without Using Etsy
or Social Media


This workshop is for anyone who makes and sells a handmade or physical product, including jewelry designers, artists, paper designers, bath & body product makers  and more!

What You'll Discover

The #1 mistake people make with Etsy & social media that causes shops to FLOP

 The secret to making it with your handmade shop so it's no longer just a hobby

How to make sales in your handmade shop with ease so you can finally get to 6-figures


  1. Kathryn says:

    I am so glad to read this! I’ve gotten a lot of advice about keeping a low profile personally so I won’t scare off potential buyers. But it’s hard to do that, and I don’t want to get into a situation where I feel like people would reject my brand if they knew the real me, disabilities and all. It also does a disservice to the disability community for people to “pass” as non-disabled to succeed, or for me to hide my struggles working towards success.

    • Kathryn says:

      I thought of something else. I don’t at all want to imply that a person’s value depends on their productivity–but there are so many other stereotypes that it’s good to break them publicly. Autistics have no empathy and don’t care about anyone else? Yeah, right, look at my reviews on Etsy where my customers rave about how well I take care of them.

      • Mei says:

        Hey Kathryn! I’m glad you found this helpful. A lot of advice out there is outdated and may not apply to independent, creative businesses.

        When I said you have a voice and your people are waiting for you to stand up – that’s exactly how to show the world that your typical stereotypes are not true. People need to know, but so few are being who they truly are!

        You have nothing to lose :)

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