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E Commerce: Getting the Most Out of The Etsy Platform

  • Point Arena Tech Center 185 Lake Street Point Arena, CA, 95468 United States (map)

E Commerce: Getting the Most Out of The Etsy Platform

Last year Etsy reported that small businesses selling on the platform contributed $4.7 billion to the economy. Now is the time to capture your slice of those in sales on Etsy! If you have a  product to sell or already owe an Etsy online store that isn’t getting the sales you want this workshop is for you. With customers everywhere embracing the convenience of shopping from their computer or smartphone, it’s time to think about your own e-commerce strategy.

Etsy expert and owner of Caspar Curiosities, Rachael Victoria Adams will be teaching you everything you need to know to make your Etsy store a success in this workshop in Point Arena. Be sure to sign up early as this workshop will fill up quickly.

What you will learn in this workshop:

  • How to open or update your Etsy online store

  • How to style photos for the best results

  • What keywords to drive traffic to your store

  • How to write content to attract audiences

  • What brings value to your unique store

This workshop is taught by:

Rachael Victoria Adams is the owner of Caspar Curiosities, an art gallery, and boutique in the rural village of Caspar, California. She has been selling art and antiques online since 1996 and e-commerce is a crucial aspect of the success of her business. She currently has thriving e-commerce shops on both Etsy and eBay, representing her physical store in Caspar. Rachael has mastered the ins and outs of these internet platforms, as well as adapted and grown with the progression of their technology. Learn more about Caspar Curiosities here.

Read more about this workshop on our blog.

Date & Time:

Wednesday, June 26th 12:00 - 3:00 PM

*Please note we ask all workshop attendees to be in the classroom and at their seats ten minutes prior to class.

Location:

Point Arena Tech Center 185 Lake St, Point Arena, CA 95468 (map)

Cost:
$60 General Admission
$50 Women in Business or Chamber members
$40 West Center Clients

Disclaimer:

In the event West BDC must cancel a workshop for any reason, all registered participants will be notified and 100% of the fee refunded.