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BarbecutieJunk
« on: October 07, 2013 05:18:09 PM »

I know that Etsy is great, because everyone knows about it, and checks it, and searches on there, and loves it.

But I just came across Store Envy, checking it out now, does anyone have advice, opinions, do's or don'ts for this place?

I think i'm just excited to try something new.
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Chris in VT
« Reply #1 on: October 08, 2013 04:25:24 AM »

My only question is, do your potential customers know it exists?
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There's NOTHING at a craft show, or on Etsy, anybody NEEDS. NOTHING.
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« Reply #2 on: October 08, 2013 10:27:38 AM »

My only question is, do your potential customers know it exists?

I think more sellers know about it than buyers.   I know several sellers who use it to for local sales.  That way their local customers who know of them and what they sell can see what they have for inventory.   So it's a cheap site for them to acquire more local sales without the fee's of having an actual store website or eBay or etsy.

Personally I did the math for one friend and figured it would cost me more to move my site there than to have my own website.   Not including paypal or authorize.net fee's.   So if your looking to drive traffic to your business sites that are more well known such as eBay or etsy might be the better route.  But if you have an established customer base then you could look at a site like storenvy, but it might be cheaper to get your own website.  I'm talking about the cost that storenvy charges to have your own URL domain for your store not their free version.
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