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Get all the help you need for selling handmade goods online
There's been a revolution happening for some time now and there are now more and more artists and crafters cropping across the world who are giving the bigger chain stores a run for their money when it comes to market share in the retail sector. With craft markets, artisan fairs and online marketplaces for handmade goods becoming ubiquitous, there is a clear and passionate shift towards consuming local goods made by real people and neighbours.
With the advent of this new and exciting age of handmade and shopping local, some might be lost with some of the more technological aspects of becoming an artisan who makes their living (or a hobby income) from their craft. BrisStyle has introduced a new workshop to assist those who would like to set up an online shop but don't have the know-how. This is an easy beginner's class for anyone who wants to sell on the world's biggest handmade marketplace, Etsy.
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For just $35 you will set up your Etsy store and list an item with the expert knowledge of Sam from Jetta's Nest. Sam creates her own unique handmade wooden jewellery which is lovingly individually hand drawn to make each piece unique and special. She has been an Etsy advocate for over 6 years and has had huge success with the platform.