While Etsy is a wonderful tool, diversity and autonomy are huge factors for growth and success.
Do you feel like you have no idea where to begin when you hear…
“Building your own website”
“Running social promotions”
I’ve got your back.
Moving from Etsy to your own site means you keep more of the attention on yourself and more of your revenue in your pocket.
Using the resources below, handmakers just like you have…
Learned how to think like a business owner giving them more confidence in their decisions
Developed the skills to increase their brand presence
Improved their websites bringing in more traffic AND repeat customers
Increased their overall sales allowing them to stop worrying about finances
You are a talented maker
Your product is awesome but your sales are sluggish because you’re trying to piece a million things together at once and getting nowhere with any of it.
Can you relate?
You long for a biz-bestie and community of like minded makers who are invested in growing their business the same way you are invested in growing yours.
You see other makers in business experiencing success and wonder how they do it.
This is your official invite to join The Council, an exclusive monthly membership for handmade business owners that will change the way you do (and feel about) business.
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Check out these blog posts for tips on moving beyond Etsy
3 No-Lose Ways to Attract Your Target Customer
How Expressing Your Product’s True Value Gives You the Ability to Charge Your Worth
10 Times People Want to Hear from You
exclusive podcast episode
4 powerful things you can do to market your handmade business starting today! (not email marketing, anything having to do with Instagram or paid ads.)
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These podcast episodes will give you the information and inspiration you need to move beyond Etsy
Why You Need to Stop Leading with Discounts
Top Considerations for Paying to Advertise Your Handmade Business
Attracting Ideal Customers (a Lesson from Gilmore Girls)
Creative Life, Happy Life
Join the private community of handmade business owners dedicated to generating gainful self employment from their craft work.