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1  CRAFTY BUSINESS ADVICE / Selling Crafts on Etsy.com / You talked me into it! (new shop!) on: June 27, 2006 06:15:38 AM
I opened my Etsy shop this morning. I only have a few of my items listed but it's a start.
What do you think?
www.BaaBaaBlankies.etsy.com


I'm new to these boards too. You all are so talented! I can't wait to learn so much from you!
Thanks!
Barbara
www.baabaablankies.com
2  CRAFTY BUSINESS ADVICE / Crafty Business Discussion / Re: Questions for You clever folks with online stores:: on: June 27, 2006 04:45:00 AM
I have a suggestion on payment options. I used to have just paypal. My host, www.wahmshoppes.com, has a secure credit card collector built right in. I use propay.com to process my cards. It's very easy and the most affordable that I have found. You can also collect #'s at craft shows and over the phone and process them through Propay. 100% of my sales since have been with a credit card. I think it really boosts sales and looks more professional. I think it was like $59 for the year plus a % of your sales. Then you can transfer funds right into your bank account.

Wahmshoppes.com has a shopping cart built it with lots of different options. I'm sure there are better optimized carts out there but for $7 a month and a lot of link exchanges, advertising, it's pretty worth it.
I'm not very familiar with bandwidth either but I have never had a problem with it and I have a lot of drop ship items on my site as well as my own.
3  CRAFTY BUSINESS ADVICE / Crafty Business Discussion / Re: looking for labels on: June 27, 2006 04:33:53 AM
These are called hang tags. This site has some that they can die cut into different shapes and they are the most reasonable I have found. I just use business cards though. Printed front and back.
Hope this helps!

http://www.psprint.com

Barbara
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