In this video, I’m going to be talking about why an Etsy shop is not a good long-term substitute for your own website.

Fox Den Decor is an example of an Etsy Seller using WordPress and WooCommerce for their eCommerce website.

In this video, I’m going to be talking about Search Engine Optimization. Also known as SEO and how you can measure your website’s SEO performance.

Adrian Martinus is an example of an Etsy Seller using Shopify for their eCommerce website.

Dani Barbe is an example of an Etsy Seller using Shopify for their eCommerce website.

In this step-by-step video, I show you how you can create a Stripe account and start accepting payments online with Stripe in less than 10 minutes!

Modern Maker Stamps is an example of an Etsy Seller using Squarespace for their eCommerce website.

Kalea’s Floral is an example of an Etsy Seller using WordPress and WooCommerce for their eCommerce website.

Mimi Green is an example of an Etsy Seller using WordPress and WooCommerce for their eCommerce website.

While Etsy is a good platform for basic selling, it doesn’t do much in the way of building your brand and controlling your own business. There’s a lot of things you lose out on by using a third-party platform, so these are some things I suggest you keep in mind when searching for an Etsy replacement.

If you are an Etsy artisan who is considering adding another channel to your retail empire, the following breakdown will be a great place to start!

Thinking about selling with your own website instead of Etsy? You’re in the right place! I’m going to break down some of the pros and cons for both right here.

When you are looking for ways to sell your handcrafted or handmade products outside of Etsy it can overwhelming. Discerning which option is the best fit for your situation and longterm goals is tough. That’s why I have curated what I consider the top 5 Etsy alternatives for artisans selling online in 2020.

One of the more common questions I get is, “Where can I find good quality images I can use on my website for free?” Luckily for all of us, there are more and more resources every day.

In this blog post, I will highlight some of the pros and cons of using WordPress so you can decide for yourself BEFORE you make any time commitments to trying it out.

One of the most common questions I get asked is, “Does my small business really need a website?” This post provides some insight to consider.