DERRICK SUTTON and his wife sell their artwork and jewelry in their Etsy store. After using simple internet marketing techniques to promote their work, they saw their Etsy sales increase dramatically. Based on these techniques, Derrick produced this guide to help other artists and crafters increase their success.
"Who will benefit from this book: Serious new and current Etsy shop owners.... Don't be surprised after reading and implementing the ideas in this book to learn that you have gained an entire new set of skills beyond optimizing your own Etsy shop and elevating your entire online presence." --spinningdaily.com"Author and online entrepreneur Derrick Sutton shares over 200 pages of his most useful and valuable secrets that will help you build a successful online presence for selling your crafts and artwork. It really can't get much better than that, unless he decided to knock on your door, come in, and do the work for you. With his easy-to-follow and incredibly detailed guide, though, this book is the next best thing." --Bead Design Studio"Derrick Sutton's book offers up helpful insight from a successful seller's point-of-view. Everything from virtual-world advertising and blogging to real-world packing and shipping is covered in easy-to-digest chuinks.." --Theresa D. Abelew, Art Jewelry magazine"From chapter one...every step you will make as an online craft seller is carefully considered.... [T]his book will be worth the price simply from the money saved using these tips alone.... How To Sell Your Crafts Online is like having a good friend "in the know" who's willing to share all their secrets of success and help get your Etsy shop up and running and on the way to a (hopefully!) meteoric rise!" --Arbee Cards blog"I found this book to be one that I would recommend current sellers to check out or those who are considering opening up an Etsy shop. Derrick has really done a great job on giving A to Z information on what it takes to set up a shop online, providing tips to help boost your sales, attract more customers, and really make your shop stand out from the rest." --Peacefully Knitting blog