Here’s a random problem every Etsy seller eventually has: How many items are TOO many items??
What happens when your shop gets so big and BUSY that you feel lost in a sea of utter chaos?
With Etsy shops getting increasingly, um — GARGANTUAN (I saw a shop with over 3000 friggin’ items yesterday!)…
How do you know when it’s time to BREAK IT OFF and create another shop?
⇡ Sorry Etsy, I need some SPACE ⇡
If you’re adding lots of items to your Etsy shop, we all know you’re doing it for ONE reason and ONE reason only.
⇢ TRAFFIC. ⇠
Every shop owner eventually learns that MORE items mean MORE traffic (and usually more sales!)
But you can add FEWER items and get the SAME traffic.
*GASP* (yes, really!)
You just gotta add the RIGHT items. And you already have everything you need to learn exactly WHAT you should add when.
Yup, not kidding.
You are a badass and you can hack the shit out of your Etsy traffic.
Wanna watch me do it so you can try it yourself?
But she has A LOT of items…and she’s worried that taking some out will cause a MAJOR traffic dip.
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