“Etsy has removed those barriers to make their online presence even stronger than before.” Nancy Alexander
Anderson, SC (PRWEB) April 01, 2016
Since its inception, Etsy has provided a platform for stay-at-home artisans to earn a living selling their handmade crafts. But some of the site’s policies have been preventing their long-time sellers from operating effectively without violating the rules.
As of March 17, 2016, Etsy has removed those barriers to make their online presence even stronger than before.
As an update of Nancy's "Etsy Intensives" training, she is holding a webinar on Tuesday, April 5, at 8 pm, eastern time. The webinar will cover everything from Etsy's new policy update to all the changes you need to know in order to optimize your own Etsy shop. For more information on this webinar: http://www.LadybugWreaths.com/etsy.
One of Etsy’s biggest features is informing shoppers about how an item is made and who made it. The new standards provide the transparency that conscientious shoppers appreciate.
According to Etsy, “…we are going back to Etsy’s roots, before we made things muddy with our policies. We want to give Etsy’s community of artisans' autonomy to work and create in ways that support the lives they want to build.”
Personal interactions between buyers and sellers have always been a core feature of the craft site that features unique handmade items. The new changes that have recently been implemented will enhance those relationships.
Whether critics agree with the new changes or find them bothersome, Etsy appears to have its clientele’s best interest at heart.
For more information on how to sell on Etsy and how the new changes affect artisan's shops, visit http://LadybugWreaths.com/etsy.
About Nancy Alexander:
As a world-renowned wreath designer, teacher, coach, published author and public speaker, Nancy Alexander is the CEO of Ladybug Wreaths, a successful online business.
Nancy has quite a large following of ladies who want to learn how to grow profitable online businesses while raising children, stepping into retirement or dealing with the ravages of a chronic illness. Nancy has fought and is overcoming a life-long battle with celiac disease and fibromyalgia.
Nancy creates how-to videos as well as instructional books which teach students her own style of wreath design. Nancy's designs are unique, one-of-a-kind, high-end works of art. Nancy's followers love her down to earth teaching style as well as her slow, soft-spoken way of teaching.
Videos filmed by Nancy on YouTube have received almost three million views, as they're watched by people wanting to learn how to tie a "Nancy bow", design a seasonal wreath, or just learn all that Nancy has to share about success.
To keep up with the latest trends and changes in the craft world, follow Nancy Alexander at http://Facebook.com/groups/GrowWithNancy