There’s always room for growth when it comes to marketing the business, whether you’re a beginning Etsy seller or a seasoned pro.
Engage in dialogue with your audience by reaching out to other merchants, bloggers, or creatives in your industry (as small as it may be for now).
Branding and Social Channels
Build your brand, have a logo and create consitency accross your materials of your brand, meaning use the same style, colors and elements. As far as social media ensure that every one of your channels is current, well-maintained, and presents a distinct picture of your brand and its look. Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest are the four most used social media sites for Etsy vendors.
Engage rather than sell … Work as a co-creator, not a marketer.
Engage with customers
Engage in dialogue, solicit criticism, and present remedies. Don’t just be a company.
You’ll require an additional kick to get things moving, particularly if you’re just getting started. Advertising is a fantastic approach to achieve this. Start with a single Facebook or Instagram ad, and then modify, adapt, and improve the outcomes.