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The Etsy Seller Podcast

English, Finance, 1 season, 57 episodes, 1 day, 14 hours, 27 minutes
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The Etsy Seller Podcast shares strategies to grow your Etsy shop and get more sales on Etsy. Each episode we talk with a full-time Etsy sellers about how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they grew their Etsy shop, and the mistakes they made as a beginner Etsy seller that you can avoid in your own journey. We hope to inspire you to start and run a successful Etsy business. This podcast is sponsored by EverBee. EverBee is a the best product analytics tool for Etsy sellers. Sign up for free at EverBee.io
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Consistency, Mindset, and Grit: The Keys to Building a Million Dollar E-commerce Store

Ever wondered how a digital marketer turned a side hustle into nearly a million-dollar Etsy business in just three years? Meet Christina, who started selling pet portraits on Etsy in 2021 and has since built a thriving print-on-demand business. Through hard work, dedication, and a strong mindset, she was able to quit her 9-to-5 job within a year and pursue her passion full-time.In this podcast episode, Christina shares her inspiring journey from struggling with various side hustles to finding success with print-on-demand on Etsy. She discusses the challenges she faced, the importance of having a strong "why," and the mindset shifts that helped her overcome fear and self-doubt. Christina also shares her experience as a digital nomad, traveling the world while running her business, and the gratitude she feels for the life she's created. Her story is a testament to the power of perseverance, focus, and delayed gratification in achieving one's dreams.------------Where to find ChristinaYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@c.u.onlineTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@c.u.online------------EVERBEE WEBSITE: https://everbee.io/ EVERBEE BLOG: https://everbee.io/etsy-seller-blog/ EVERBEE YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/@helloeverbee EVERBEE TIKTOK: tiktok.com/@everbee.io?lang=enEVERBEE INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/everbee.io/ JOIN OUR COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/416630082921388 
6/5/202433 minutes, 33 seconds
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From Red to Riches: A $130,000 E-commerce Success Story

How did a part-time Etsy seller make over $130,000 in less than a year and a half? By leveraging market research, optimizing her product listings, and maintaining a relentless work ethic, Salma, a personal trainer and Etsy seller, achieved remarkable success on the platform.In this episode I interview Salma, an Etsy seller who has made over $130,000 in her shop within a year and a half, all while working part-time. Salma shares her journey from initially struggling with her Etsy store to finding success through diligent market research and the use of tools like Everbee. She discusses the importance of continuously improving her products, learning from other successful sellers, and balancing her Etsy business with her full-time job as a personal trainer. Salma's story is a testament to the potential of e-commerce and the power of perseverance and strategic planning.------------Where to find Salma YouTube: https://youtube.com/@SalmasSideHustles?si=Y03VVTpaUT72r5C2------------EVERBEE WEBSITE: https://everbee.io/ EVERBEE BLOG: https://everbee.io/etsy-seller-blog/ EVERBEE YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/@helloeverbee EVERBEE TIKTOK: tiktok.com/@everbee.io?lang=enEVERBEE INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/everbee.io/ JOIN OUR COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/416630082921388 
5/23/202424 minutes, 13 seconds
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From Zero to 150+ in Sales in Months: Launching an Etsy shop While Balancing a 9 to 5

Curious about how an ecommerce seller leveraged online tools to skyrocket her Etsy sales in just six months? Andrea, a full-time competitive intelligence analyst, started her print-on-demand Etsy shop in August 2023 and quickly achieved over 150 sales, utilizing Everbee for market research and optimization.In this episode of the Etsy Seller Podcast, I chat with Andrea about her journey from launching a shop to achieving significant revenue while still maintaining her day job. Andrea discusses the challenges of balancing her corporate responsibilities with her growing online business and shares insights into how strategic use of the Everbee platform has been instrumental in her success. She also touches on her aspirations for future growth, the importance of focusing on proven strategies, and her dream of eventually transitioning to full-time entrepreneurship. This episode is packed with relatable challenges and actionable advice for anyone looking to make a mark in the ecommerce world.------------Where to find Andrea:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/andrea.newbern/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/andrea.newbern.92/------------EVERBEE WEBSITE: https://everbee.io/ EVERBEE BLOG: https://everbee.io/etsy-seller-blog/ EVERBEE YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/@helloeverbee EVERBEE TIKTOK: tiktok.com/@everbee.io?lang=enEVERBEE INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/everbee.io/ JOIN OUR COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/416630082921388 
5/14/202452 minutes, 3 seconds
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From Healthcare to E-Commerce: A Nurse's Guide to $300K in Sales

How do you achieve over 9,000 sales and $300,000 in revenue on Etsy? In this episode I chat with Briggette who discusses her journey from nurse and novice Etsy seller to a successful entrepreneur. Briggette shares her initial struggles and slow start, emphasizing the importance of persistence and resilience. She highlights the significance of being customer-centric and adapting her product offerings based on direct feedback and observed buying patterns.Briggette also discusses her plans to expand her brand beyond Etsy by targeting a specific lucrative niche on Shopify, aiming to build a more personalized connection with her customers. This episode not only sheds light on Briggette's successful strategies but also underscores the broader potential for Etsy sellers to scale their businesses and diversify their sales channels.------------Where to find Briggette:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stupideasypod/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDDlknDXRC3jM-XDgdmRfdQ------------EVERBEE WEBSITE: https://everbee.io/ EVERBEE BLOG: https://everbee.io/etsy-seller-blog/ EVERBEE YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/@helloeverbee EVERBEE TIKTOK: tiktok.com/@everbee.io?lang=enEVERBEE INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/everbee.io/ JOIN OUR COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/416630082921388 
5/8/202449 minutes, 9 seconds
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E-Commerce Growth: How to Skyrocket Your Sales with AI and Community

Can you leverage misspelled keywords to boost your Etsy sales? It turns out, yes you can!In this episode, we chat with Mesha, an Etsy seller who has increased her shop's visibility by utilizing commonly misspelled keywords. Mesha shares her unique strategy that has propelled her sales. Her story begins with creating hand-drawn art for her twin daughters, who wanted school supplies that reflected their identities. This personal project evolved as Mesha integrated her professional AutoCAD skills and AI technology to develop and market digital products.Mesha also explores the importance of identifying a niche that not only resonates on a personal level but also fulfills a market need. She highlights how tools like Everbee are instrumental in optimizing her Etsy listings and understanding market trends, further enhancing her business's success.------------Where to find MeshaInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/Cocoa_TwinsYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@CocoaTwinsOnYTFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/CocoaTwinsEtsy shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/CocoaTwinsWebsite: http://www.cocoatwins.com------------EVERBEE WEBSITE: https://everbee.io/ EVERBEE BLOG: https://everbee.io/etsy-seller-blog/ EVERBEE YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/@helloeverbee EVERBEE TIKTOK: tiktok.com/@everbee.io?lang=enEVERBEE INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/everbee.io/ JOIN OUR COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/416630082921388 
5/1/202451 minutes, 7 seconds
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Serial Entrepreneur to Etsy Pro: The Path to $10K in 3 Months

Can an entrepreneur bounce back after losing their business to a global pandemic? Absolutely, and Anouche's story is a testament to that.In this episode, we're joined by Anouche, an entrepreneur who turned the loss of her language school during COVID-19 into a new opportunity on Etsy. With $10,000 in revenue in the first 3 months and over 530 sales in 8 months, Anouche's journey is a powerful example of resilience and adaptability. She shared insights on the importance of niches, the Armenian community's impact on her business, and her future goals, including expanding to Shopify. Anouche's entrepreneurial wisdom and resilience are truly inspiring for anyone looking to start or grow their Etsy shop. Listeners can connect with her and explore her Etsy shop for further inspiration.------------Where to find AnoucheInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/timelessbohochic/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/timelessbohochicEtsy shop: https://timelessbohochic.etsy.comWebsite: https://linktr.ee/timelessbohochic------------EVERBEE WEBSITE: https://everbee.io/ EVERBEE BLOG: https://everbee.io/etsy-seller-blog/ EVERBEE YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/@helloeverbee EVERBEE TIKTOK: tiktok.com/@everbee.io?lang=enEVERBEE INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/everbee.io/ JOIN OUR COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/416630082921388 
4/24/202436 minutes, 33 seconds
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Turning $0.20 into Thousands: Building an E-Commerce Empire on Printables

Ever wondered how a creative passion can turn into a profitable Etsy business? Lindsay's story is a shining example of just that.In this episode, I chat with Lindsay, an Etsy seller who has mastered the art of selling printables and is now helping others do the same. From starting with physical party decorations to transitioning to digital products, Lindsay shares her journey of overcoming postpartum depression by diving into her creative passions. She emphasizes the ease of starting on Etsy and the importance of focusing on one niche to build a successful business. With her guidance, listeners can learn how to use their creative skills to generate passive income and make an impact.------------Where to find LindsayYouTube: www.youtube.com/@atouchoflaInstagram: www.instagram.com/atouchofla_partydecorationsFacebook: http://www.facebook.com/atouchoflaEtsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ATouchofLAWebsite: http://www.atouchofla.comGet the free checklist to get really clear on what to include in your Etsy printable listing: www.atouchofla.com/checklist------------EVERBEE WEBSITE: https://everbee.io/ EVERBEE BLOG: https://everbee.io/etsy-seller-blog/ EVERBEE YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/@helloeverbee EVERBEE TIKTOK: tiktok.com/@everbee.io?lang=enEVERBEE INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/everbee.io/ JOIN OUR COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/416630082921388 
4/16/202449 minutes, 20 seconds
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Transforming Etsy Research into Six-Figure Shopify Profits

How does a Shopify seller use Etsy to skyrocket his business? By leveraging the power of design validation and strategic brand building on Shopify.In this episode I had the pleasure of interviewing Adrian, an entrepreneur who has mastered the art of using Etsy for market research to fuel his Shopify success. Adrian's journey from real estate to e-commerce reveals the power of strategic moves and the value of mentorship. He shared his process of building and selling a six-figure print-on-demand business, emphasizing the importance of product validation and customer acquisition through organic social media, especially Instagram. His story is not just inspiring but also packed with actionable advice for e-commerce sellers looking to scale their businesses. ------------Where to find AdrianEcom Legends Academy: https://www.ecomlegendsacademy.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ecomlegendsacademy/Podcast links: https://linktr.ee/ecomlegendsacademy------------EVERBEE WEBSITE: https://everbee.io/ EVERBEE BLOG: https://everbee.io/etsy-seller-blog/ EVERBEE YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/@helloeverbee EVERBEE TIKTOK: tiktok.com/@everbee.io?lang=enEVERBEE INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/everbee.io/ JOIN OUR COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/416630082921388 
4/4/202451 minutes, 38 seconds
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An E-commerce Expert's Blueprint to Making $70k in 30 Days

How does an Etsy seller go from zero to multi-six-figure revenue? In this episode, I sit down with Kate Hayes, an Etsy expert who shares her remarkable journey from initial setbacks to crushing it with over $70,000 in sales in just 30 days.Kate's story is a chronicle of thoughtful strategy, unwavering faith, and business acumen. She discusses her early failures, the pivotal moment of re-entering the Etsy marketplace with a researched approach, and the savvy tactics that skyrocketed her Etsy store to impressive success. This episode isn't merely a tale of e-commerce triumph; it's about the fusion of personal values with professional goals, leveraging market trends, and crafting the entrepreneurial lifestyle of your dreams.------------Where to find KateYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@KateHayesInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/katehayes.coFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/people/Kate-Hayes-Etsy-Online-Business-Coach/100094368973476/Free Etsy Masterclass: https://www.kate-hayes.com/webinar-registration-page-1Free Digital Products Class: https://www.kate-hayes.com/dppreg------------EVERBEE WEBSITE: https://everbee.io/ EVERBEE BLOG: https://everbee.io/etsy-seller-blog/ EVERBEE YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/@helloeverbee EVERBEE TIKTOK: tiktok.com/@everbee.io?lang=enEVERBEE INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/everbee.io/ JOIN OUR COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/416630082921388 
3/29/202452 minutes, 59 seconds
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Million-Dollar Etsy Strategies: Building an E-commerce Business from the Ground Up

How does an Etsy seller go from zero to multi-million dollar revenue? In this episode, I sit down with Jesse, an Etsy powerhouse who shares his incredible ascent from humble beginnings to generating millions in sales.Jesse's story is a compelling tale of ingenuity, perseverance, and tactical mastery. He opens up about his initial struggles, the leap of faith into full-time entrepreneurship, and the innovative strategies that propelled his Etsy store to staggering heights. This episode isn't just about e-commerce success; it's about the relentless pursuit of a vision, mastering the marketplace, and building the life you've always desired.------------Where to find JesseYouTube: https://youtube.com/@jesseteachesInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/jesseteaches/Website: https://innercircleprints.com/Etsy course: https://youtu.be/5qquhw10T0s?si=odknJ_KkGW4TtgmF------------EVERBEE WEBSITE: https://everbee.io/ EVERBEE BLOG: https://everbee.io/etsy-seller-blog/ EVERBEE YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/@helloeverbee EVERBEE TIKTOK: tiktok.com/@everbee.io?lang=enEVERBEE INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/everbee.io/ JOIN OUR COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/416630082921388 
3/20/202454 minutes, 33 seconds
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Nailing It: Carpenter's Blueprint to $200K In E-commerce Profits

Ever wondered how a full-time carpenter turned his life around to become a wildly successful online entrepreneur? In this episode, we sit down with Ronnie McKenzie, who shares his incredible journey from the construction site to e-commerce stardom.Ronnie's story is a powerful blend of grit, hustle, and heart. He opens up about the early days of his career, the struggles of accumulating debt, and the breakthrough moments that led him to where he is today—a thriving print-on-demand business owner. His tale is not just about making money; it's about reshaping life to prioritize family, passion, and personal growth. ------------ Where to find RonnieYT: https://www.youtube.com/@RonnieMcKenzieCoaching Program: https://www.podhacks.co------------EVERBEE WEBSITE: https://everbee.io/EVERBEE BLOG: https://everbee.io/etsy-seller-blog/ EVERBEE YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/@helloeverbee EVERBEE TIKTOK: tiktok.com/@everbee.io?lang=en EVERBEE INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/everbee.io/JOIN OUR COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/416630082921388 
2/28/20241 hour, 27 minutes, 17 seconds
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From Struggling Artist to Million-Dollars in E-commerce Sales

Ever wondered how a landscape photographer can turn a passion for art into a thriving online business? In this episode I chat with Craig Alexander, who shares his transformative journey from struggling artist to e-commerce success.Craig's story is an inspiring mix of creativity, strategy, and determination. He delves into his early challenges, the repeated failures at art shows, and the pivotal tactics that catapulted his art sales to nearly $2 million in just over three years. This episode isn't just about selling photography; it's about crafting a life of freedom, creating art on your terms, and living the dream you've always envisioned. ------------Where to find Craig AlexanderWorkshop: https://www.craigalexanderacademy.com/japan-workshop-23-march-2024-craig-4 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/craigalexanderphotography/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@craigalexanderphotography4753 ------------EVERBEE WEBSITE: https://everbee.io/ EVERBEE BLOG: https://everbee.io/etsy-seller-blog/ EVERBEE YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/@helloeverbee EVERBEE TIKTOK: tiktok.com/@everbee.io?lang=enEVERBEE INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/everbee.io/ JOIN OUR COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/416630082921388 
2/23/20241 hour, 2 minutes, 46 seconds
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The Power of Research and Branding: How Terry Marsh Built a Six-Figure Etsy Empire

In this episode we’re joined by Terry Marsh, a successful Etsy seller with over a decade of experience. Terry shares her story of starting on Etsy as a single mom, quitting her job, and building two six-figure shops. She discusses the mental stress and decision-making involved in becoming a full-time entrepreneur and offers valuable advice for those looking to make the leap. Terry emphasizes the importance of research and staying ahead of the competition, as well as the role of email marketing in building a strong customer base. Whether you're just starting out or have years of experience, Terry's insights will provide valuable lessons for your Etsy business.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they market their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioTerry Marsh, a 10-year veteran Etsy seller, began her e-commerce journey as a single mom seeking a home-based income. Specializing in handmade tutus, she eventually left her job to focus on Etsy full-time. Despite setbacks, Terry now manages three six-figure revenue-generating Etsy shops, crediting her success to strategic research and email marketing.Beyond Etsy, Terry shares her insights on a YouTube channel to support fellow sellers. With a dedication to continuous growth, she plans to expand into print-on-demand and solidify her brand presence, emphasizing long-term customer relationships.Terry’s Youtube Channel: https://youtube.com/@cha-ching.?si=hrxwPA1u-pWIYGghTimestamps with key takeaways:(01:46) Terry's 10-year Etsy journey.(08:02) Balancing entrepreneurship and family life.(25:28) Email importance for branding.(27:04) Building valuable business assets.(34:10) Shifting focus to print on demand.(39:32) Research and improving listings.Entities mentioned:Etsy seller, veteran Etsy seller, selling on Etsy, six figures, online success, email marketing, Everbee, e-commerce, winning products, SEO optimization, growing business, research, relevant products, demand, mental stress, quitting job, pitfalls, decision making, podcast episode, Cody McGuffey, Terry Marsh, tutus, serial entrepreneur, single mom, work from home, financial stability, quitting job, revenue, profit, business bank account, Etsy customers, email list, branding, website, flexibility, scalability, print on demand, research, Everbee email, asset, exit plan, long-term goals, YouTube channel, research, branding, email marketing, customer relationship, sales channel, website traffic, customer ownership, value, research, Etsy algorithm, rinse and repeat, foundational principles, research, research, research, accuracy, reliable information, print on demand, accuracy.
1/9/202442 minutes, 33 seconds
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Harnessing Email for More Reviews, Repeat Sales, and $3,300 Extra Revenue

In this episode of the Etsy Seller Podcast, host Cody McGuffie introduces a game-changing tool for Etsy sellers: Everbee Email. Cody shares a detailed case study conducted by Scott and Chris, who used Everbee Email as beta testers to generate over $3,300 in extra revenue for their Etsy shop in just 30 days. The episode explores the power of email marketing and its ability to automate processes such as getting reviews and repeat customers while building stronger relationships with past buyers. Cody also discusses the importance of list building, capturing customer emails, and leveraging email as a sales channel. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced Etsy seller, this episode offers valuable insights and practical strategies to boost your e-commerce business.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they market their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioLink for the LIVE webinar here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lUQw2O7KDjoScott and Chris were invited to share their case study on how they generated over $3,300 in extra revenue to their Etsy shop in just 30 days using email marketing. Scott and Chris have been beta testers for Everbe Email, a new tool specifically built for Etsy sellers. They believe in the power of email marketing and its ability to drive more traffic and sales to an online business. They have over 20 years of experience in online and offline business and have found that having an email list is critical to the success of a business. They are passionate about helping Etsy sellers harness the power of email marketing to grow their businesses and make a positive impact in their communities.Timestamps with key takeaways:(02:03) Using email to generate revenue.(11:57) Email marketing case study.(14:56) Boosting Etsy sales with email.(27:10) Building an email list.(36:00) Building customer relationships.(53:35) Email marketing success.Entities mentioned:ecommerce, email, Etsy, revenue, value, case study, beta tester, automates, reviews, repeat customers, relationship, training, capture, list building, generate revenue, accessibility, positive impact, business platform, winning products, Everby email, traffic, sales, competition, email list, integration, permission, policies, compliance, traffic source, competition, traffic channels, direct traffic, search results, optimization, flywheel effect, email marketing, traffic, sales, email dead, proof, email usage, email examples, Oberlo, Bulletproof, Avaton, profit push sequence, profit push promo, giveaway, email subscribers, terms of service, connection, no like and trust, confirmation email, shipping notification, delivery notification, review request.
11/14/202358 minutes, 6 seconds
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The Power of Ecommerce: A Bartender's Journey to $360,000 Revenue

Join host Cody McGuffie on the Etsy Seller Podcast as he sits down with Mak, a former bartender turned successful Etsy seller. After losing her job in 2020, Mak went online in search of ways to make money and stumbled upon Etsy. With no prior experience, she dove into the world of print-on-demand and quickly grew her Etsy shop to generate $100,000 in profit within just six months and over $360,000 in revenue.Mak shares her journey, from initially listing random products to finding her own niche. She reveals how she leveraged Pinterest to drive traffic to her shop and offers valuable insights on finding success in the e-commerce world.Mak is a successful e-commerce entrepreneur who rapidly grew her Etsy shop to $100,000 in profit within six months, generating over $360,000 in revenue. Her strategic approach, utilizing tools like Everbee for SEO and keyword research, Canva for design, and Pinterest for marketing, played a significant role in her success. Mak also shares her journey and valuable insights on her YouTube channel, Money With Mak, inspiring others to pursue their entrepreneurial dreams.Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@moneywithmakInstagram: @moneywithmakTimestamps with key takeaways:(00:17) Amazing Etsy success story.(09:25) Marketplace advantages and disadvantages.(16:11) Mental health and niche marketing.(26:20) Pinterest as a marketing tool.(30:50) Using Canva for beginners.Entities mentioned:Etsy seller podcast, inspiring story, bartender, 2020, make money online,source products, wholesale products, Print On Demand, inventory, bartender,Shopify, dropshipping, Etsy, e-commerce marketplace, website,SEO, marketplace, e-commerce, Etsy, Amazon,print-on-demand, inventory, Canva membership, designs, Etsy, clicks, YouTube, traffic, niche, shop, friends, purchase, dropshipping, long time, shirt, boost, sales, design, cha-ching noise, motivation, obsessed, Pinterest, pins, link, listings, grow, story,Pinterest, niche, physical products, print on demand, mental health,switch, trademarks, Etsy, niches, target audience,sales, Etsy, item, listing, traction,designs, color scheme, YouTube, sales, profit margins,mockups, target audience, extensions, online shopping, viral pin,Etsy, sales, feedback, review, Pinterest,Canva, Creative Fabrica, mock-ups, designs, fonts,print on demand, product, market, research, e-commerce,important, intention, keep at it, compare, inspiration
10/31/202336 minutes, 48 seconds
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From Chaos to Calm: How One Mom Found Balance and Success on Etsy

Join host Cody McGuffie in this episode of the Etsy Seller Podcast as he sits down with Tamara Hall for a follow-up discussion on her Etsy journey. Tamara, a full-time mom and former designer, shares her experience of creating multiple passive income streams through her Etsy shop. Despite initially putting in more time and effort, Tamara has managed to streamline her business to just one hour a week while still earning a consistent income of thousands of dollars per month. She reveals the key to her success, including how she identified her best-selling product and the strategies she used to stand out in a competitive market. This episode is packed with valuable insights and inspiration for aspiring Etsy sellers.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they market their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioTamara Hall is a successful Etsy seller and entrepreneur who has found a way to balance being a full-time mom with running a thriving Etsy business. With a background in design, Tamara started her journey on Etsy by creating and selling digital products. She quickly discovered the power of passive income and the potential for success on the platform. Inspired by her own success, Tamara is now creating a course called Etsy Maven, where she shares her knowledge and strategies for selling digital products on Etsy. Her goal is to help other moms and entrepreneurs find financial freedom and flexibility through passive income streams. Tamara's story is a testament to the possibilities of Etsy and the power of creating multiple income streams.Tamara's Socials: IG: https://www.instagram.com/galaxybombstudio/Website: https://www.galaxybomb.com/?fbclid=IwAR0Hzbj7Z-FBNJ64BJCI_ICVLxbuZC4Ark4drvYp2890vs2bR41HEW2l-O4Timestamps with key takeaways:(03:39) Passive income streams on Etsy.(19:44) Building an irresistible offer.(23:39) Niche down for success.(35:42) Selling simple digital download templates.(38:11) Unreal digital product ideas.Entities mentioned:Etsy Seller Podcast, Etsy shop, passive income streams, full-time mom, designing great products, creating passive income, multiple listings, bestseller, updates in her Etsy shop, strategy, Etsy business, one hour a week, Everbee, SE business platform, grow your business, product research, profits, trademarks, listing rank, email automations, print on demand solution, course, digital products, ins and outs, design and sell digital products on Etsy, SEO, product listings, target market, niche, competition, bonus, high profit margins, price point, moms, sense of identity, purpose, business owner, design studio, stress, creative outlet, adding value, enjoyment, designer pack, bundle, digital file, non-designer, business aspect, marketing, positioning, Etsy ads
10/24/202340 minutes, 59 seconds
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$100,000 First Year: Finding Financial Freedom through Ecommerce Success

In this episode of the Etsy Seller Podcast, host Cody McGuffie sits down with Christina, a remarkable entrepreneur who turned her love for art and travel into a thriving Etsy business. Christina shares her journey from starting with pet portraits to discovering the power of print-on-demand and expanding her product offerings. With determination and a focus on evergreen niches, Christina was able to achieve impressive results, including hitting nearly $100k in profit in her first full calendar year and achieving financial independence along with location freedom. Her story is a testament to the importance of passion, perseverance, and strategic thinking in building a successful e-commerce business. Tune in to gain valuable insights and inspiration from Christina's incredible journey.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they market their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is an Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioChristina's socials:Course - https://webinars.cuonline.ca/webinar/how-to-build-a-pod-business-6002YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/@c.u.onlineChristina is an inspiring entrepreneur who has transformed her life through the power of e-commerce. Just two years ago, she was working a full-time job and dreaming of a life of travel and freedom. With a passion for drawing and a love for cats, Christina started selling pet portraits on Etsy. This was the beginning of her journey into the world of e-commerce.As she continued to explore different avenues, Christina discovered the potential of print-on-demand products. She found a way to combine her artistic talents with the convenience of print-on-demand services, creating customized products that resonated with customers. This led her to open her own print-on-demand store on Etsy, which quickly became a success.With a focus on evergreen niches and a dedication to creating high-quality designs, Christina's Etsy store saw exponential growth. In just a year, she achieved nearly $100,000 in profit, surpassing her previous income from her full-time job. This success has allowed her to quit her job, travel the world, and live life on her own terms.Christina's journey is a testament to the power of perseverance and the belief in oneself. She has not only built a successful e-commerce business but has also become a mentor and teacher, sharing her knowledge and experiences with others through her YouTube channel and TikTok. Christina's story is an inspiration to anyone looking to break free from the traditional nine-to-five and create a life of freedom and fulfillment through entrepreneurship.Timestamps with key takeaways:(00:27) Traveling the world and Etsy success.(11:52) Trading time for dream life.(21:12) Stability vs. controlling our own destiny.(26:57) Evergreen niches and sustainability.(32:09) Duplicating and testing different designs.Entities mentioned:Etsy Seller Podcast, Etsy journey, Full-time job, Travel the world, Bali, Location freedom, Financial freedom, Time freedom, Online income, E-commerce, Dream life, Vision board, Reality, Mindset, Hurdles, Identity shifts, Inspiring episode, Everbee, Making commerce accessible, Positive impact, Etsy business platform, Product research, Keywords, SEO, Trademarks, Listing ranking, Everbee email, Print on demand, Podcast episode, Cody McGuffey, Christina, Inspiring journey, Quitting job, Traveling, Financial success, Print-on-demand store, Profit, Revenue, Evergreen niches, Q4 rush, Sustainable income, Passion, Validation, Design research, A/B testing, Sales conversion rate, Etsy ads, Trend-chasing.
10/17/202340 minutes, 52 seconds
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Ecommerce Powered by Print on Demand: Making $85,000 and Replacing Your Job

This episode we interview Taylor, a successful Etsy seller who has achieved remarkable growth in just 12 months. Taylor shares her inspiring journey of starting her Etsy shop as a side gig while working a full-time job, and how she has built it from zero to $85,000 in revenue. She reveals that her success is primarily due to her use of print on demand, and she provides valuable insights into tactics such as research, SEO, and mindset. This conversation is filled with practical tips and advice for anyone looking to start or grow their own Etsy business.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they market their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioGuest BioTaylor is an inspiring entrepreneur who started her Etsy shop just 12 months ago and has already achieved incredible success. While working a full-time job, she managed to build her shop from zero to $85,000 in revenue. Taylor's journey began when she stumbled upon a TikTok video about print on demand and decided to give it a try. Armed with an iPad and a determination to succeed, she dove headfirst into the world of Etsy and print on demand. Taylor's passion for entrepreneurship and her positive mindset have been key factors in her success. She believes in setting ambitious goals and has a strong belief in her ability to achieve them. Taylor's mindset has propelled her forward, allowing her to double her income and continue to grow her business. In addition to running her successful Etsy shop, Taylor also shares her knowledge and experiences through her YouTube channel and coaching sessions. She is dedicated to helping others discover the potential of e-commerce and empowering them to pursue their own entrepreneurial dreams. Taylor's mini courses, such as POD Kickstart and SEO Kickstart, provide valuable insights and guidance for aspiring Etsy sellers. With her creativity, determination, and passion for helping others, Taylor is a true inspiration in the world of e-commerce. She proves that with the right mindset and a willingness to take action, anyone can achieve their goals and create a successful business.YT: https://youtube.com/@TaylorPOD?si=tUh81XvZLQo829ZdCoaching: https://www.taylorpod.com/Work-with-meIG: https://www.instagram.com/taylorpod_/Timestamps with key takeaways:(08:43) Print on demand process.(10:21) Using Canva for design.(26:54) SEO kickstart.(33:09) Setting ambitious goals(46:40) Recommended books to read.Entities mentioned:Etsy seller, Print on demand, Revenue, Full-time job, Side gig, Research, SEO, Mindset, Everbee, E-commerce, Business platform, Profit margin, Niche, Product, Listings, Design, Creativity, Affirmations, Goals, Consulting, Cosmetologist, Business consulting, Glass half full, Positive mindset, 10x mindset
10/12/202349 minutes, 57 seconds
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Etsy Marketing Mastery: How to Stand Out and Thrive in a Competitive Marketplace

In this episode we're hosting Monica Little, a business coach with expertise in Etsy marketing. Monica shares her personal journey of transitioning from a corporate job to becoming a successful Etsy seller with a multi six figure business and eventually a business coach. She highlights the importance of understanding the psychology of Etsy shoppers and how sellers can differentiate themselves from the competition. Monica provides valuable insights into optimizing product images, crafting compelling listing descriptions, and leveraging customer reviews to drive conversions and business success. Whether you're a new or experienced Etsy seller, this episode offers actionable strategies to help you effectively market your products and stand out in the Etsy marketplace.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they market their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioGuest BioMonica Little is a business coach and former small business owner who started her journey on Etsy. With a background in marketing and a passion for organic skincare, Monica grew her own small business, Plant Based Beauty, to multiple six figures. She discovered the power of effective marketing on Etsy and now helps other small business owners succeed on the platform. Monica's expertise lies in understanding the psychology of Etsy shoppers and teaching sellers how to separate themselves from the competition through strategic product images, listing descriptions, and customer reviews. She believes in the importance of making e-commerce accessible to everyone and using it to make a positive impact on families and communities. Monica shares her knowledge and insights on her podcast, The Product Is, and can be found on Instagram at @MonicaLittleCoaching.Course: ​​https://www.monicalittlecoaching.com/Timestamps with key takeaways:(2:11) The psychology of an Etsy shopper.(12:26) Shopping habits on Etsy.(24:11) Psychology behind product photos.(26:57) Social proof in product photos.(31:35) Finding What Lights You Up.Entities mentioned:ecommerce, Etsy, seller, podcast, marketing, competition, product images, listing description, conversions, views, business success, Everbee, business platform, accessibility, positive impact, families, communities, small business owner, corporate job, passion, organic skincare, health and wellness, cancer, trial and error, struggle, marketing background, Expedia, customer loyalty, website, pricing, value, trust, shipping, free shipping, customer experience, user experience, credibility, reviews, social proof, value ladder, differentiation, print-on-demand, product selection, proof of concept, data analysis, creativity, action, Instagram, podcast, dreams, goals
10/4/202332 minutes, 4 seconds
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Finding Inspiration by Modeling Success: A strategy to build online businesses

In this episode of the Etsy Seller Podcast, host Cody McGuffie explores the concept of modeling success. He emphasizes the importance of paying attention to successful businesses and individuals in order to learn from their actions and achievements. Cody highlights how successful Etsy shops draw inspiration from other shops in the marketplace to create unique and improved products. He provides examples of well-known companies like Coke and Pepsi, as well as McDonald's and Burger King, who have modeled after each other to compete for customers. Cody emphasizes the importance of not blindly copying others but rather taking ideas and improving upon them to create a better product. He encourages Etsy sellers to conduct thorough market research, analyze trends, and infuse their own creativity and unique style into their offerings. This value-packed episode provides valuable insights for Etsy sellers looking to grow and succeed in their businesses.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they market their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioTimestamps with key takeaways:(01:14) Modeling success.(05:36) Identifying popular Etsy products(06:56) Successful Etsy shop strategiesEntities mentioned:ecommerce, Etsy Seller Podcast, Etsy business, successful businesses, successful people, modeling success, market demand, trending items, colors, fonts, styles, successful Etsy shops, market research, customer preferences, competitor strategies, intellectual property, unique style, product offerings.
9/27/20237 minutes, 31 seconds
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From Zero to $500,000 in 2.5 Years: How Luna Vega Made Half a Million Selling on Etsy

Join host Cody McGuffie in this exciting episode of the Etsy Seller Podcast as he interviews Luna Vega, a six-figure Etsy seller who has achieved remarkable success in just two and a half years. Luna shares her experience transitioning from Shopify and dropshipping to selling on Etsy using print-on-demand. With over $500,000 in revenue and profit margins of 50 to 60%, Luna proves that Etsy can be a beginner-friendly platform with immense potential. She emphasizes the importance of testing, having a playful mindset, and being consistent in order to achieve success on Etsy. This episode is packed with valuable insights and inspiration for aspiring Etsy sellers.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they market their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is an Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioGuest Bio Custom PromptLuna Vega, an e-commerce pro and thriving Etsy seller, boasts 2.5+ years of industry success, amassing over $500K in revenue. What's more, she achieved this with print-on-demand, bypassing inventory woes.Her e-commerce journey began with Shopify and dropshipping, but Etsy won her over due to Facebook ad frustrations. With impressive 50%-60% profit margins, she specializes in jewelry, tees, metal art, mugs, and totes, with Shine On as her go-to supplier.Beyond Etsy, Luna's a content creator on TikTok and YouTube, fostering a vibrant community. Her ethos centers on Etsy's beginner-friendliness, aiming to inspire others.Luna's triumph hinges on her mindset and strategy, emphasizing positivity, self-confidence, and resilience. She advises new Etsy sellers to craft compelling listings, conduct thorough product research, and stay consistent. Success, she believes, is within reach for everyone.Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/misslunavega/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/3056910381227876?referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fl.instagram.com%2Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@misslunavega Course: https://luna-vega.teachable.com/p/etsy-formula-academy?referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fl.instagram.com%2F Timestamps with key takeaways:(07:13) Taking Financial Risks in Business.(12:19) The irresistible listing.(18:22) Profit margins and shipping costs.(25:07) Mindset and success.(45:24) Consistency pays off.Entities Mentioned:ecommerce, Etsy, print on demand, Shopify, dropshipping, revenue, profit margins, inventory, data, research, mindset, success, goals, strategy, time, effort, consistency, mindset, affirmations, priorities, obsession, goals, mastermind, business owner, friends, keeping in touch.
9/20/202347 minutes, 4 seconds
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Innovation through Improvement: How Successful Companies Don’t Invent Products from Stratch

In this episode of the Etsy Seller Podcast, host Cody McGuffie presents a thought-provoking concept that challenges the traditional notion of inventing products from scratch. He argues that successful businesses rarely create entirely new products, but instead focus on improving existing ones. Drawing examples from renowned companies like McDonald's and Coca-Cola, Cody explains how these industry giants revolutionized their respective markets by recognizing customer demand and finding innovative ways to enhance their products. Listeners are encouraged to apply this concept to their own entrepreneurial journey, particularly in their Etsy businesses, by identifying successful products and brainstorming ways to improve them. Cody emphasizes the importance of understanding customers' pain points and finding creative solutions to address them, rather than reinventing the product itself.By embracing the power of improvement, listeners can unlock the potential to build a thriving and globally successful business.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they market their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is an Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best-selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioTimestamps with key takeaways:(01:27) Taking existing ideas and improving.(03:08) Fast food revolutionizing the industry.(06:19) Improving existing products globally.Entities mentioned:ecommerce, Etsy seller, online business, successful companies, invent products, customer demand, proven sales, improve, market, fast food industry, McDonald's, hamburger, milkshakes, fast food chains, streamline operations, consistent quality, fast food assembly line, Coca-Cola, soft drinks, taste, branding, packaging, marketing strategies, global brands, soda industry, existing products, product research, data, improve images, improve price, improve quality, improve shipping time, improve processing time, bundle products, potential customers, pain points, innovation, power of improvement, globally successful Etsy business, niche, industry
9/11/20236 minutes, 43 seconds
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Etsy as a Stepping Stone: Unlocking Bigger Business Goals with Etsy Income

In this episode of the Etsy Seller podcast, host Cody McGuffie interviews Ellie who shares her journey of starting on Etsy in 2020 after breaking her leg and needing a new source of income. She discusses her transition from selling tangible products to discovering the world of print on demand and how it became her true passion. Ellie also reveals how her success on Etsy allowed her to start her dream coffee shop. Her story is a testament to the power of determination, adaptability, and using Etsy as a stepping stone to achieve bigger goals.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they market their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is an Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioGuest BioEllie Hugdahl is a full-time entrepreneur and a thriving Etsy seller. She started her Etsy journey in 2020 after breaking her leg and needing to find an alternative source of income. Ellie initially sold jewelry but soon transitioned to print on demand, which she fell in love with due to its passive nature. With the income from her Etsy shop, Ellie was able to purchase her dream business, a coffee shop called Unity Coffee. She is passionate about helping others start their own Etsy businesses and offers coaching and shop audits. Ellie's success on Etsy has been fueled by her dedication to learning and improving, as well as her positive mindset and hustle mentality. She believes in the power of consistency and not giving up, and she continues to inspire others with her journey. You can find Ellie on TikTok and YouTube, where she shares valuable insights and tips for Etsy sellers and entrepreneurs.TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@moneywithellieInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/ellie.hugdahl/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@ElliehugdahlTimestamps with key takeaways:(09:00) Finding relevant product trends(12:28) Failure and Shop Suspension(15:21) The coffee shop business(18:28) Podcasts for personal growth(24:40) Print on demand product recommendationsEntities Mentioned:ecommerce, Etsy, print on demand, Everbee, Canva, business platform, products, jewelry, coffee shop, revenue, income, success, hustle, passive income, shop suspension, trademark infringement, mindset, podcasts, coaching, shop audits, target audience, niche, listings, TikTok, YouTube, growth, e-commerce, business.Quotes"Etsy doesn't have to be the end all be all. It actually can become a stepping stone to a bigger goal." (00:00:55)"Everbee really excelled my shop success, like doubled my numbers in a couple of months." (00:07:24)"I only look at listings that were uploaded within the last three months." (00:09:00)"As soon as I found a design or a product that worked, I just honed into that design and ran with it." (00:28:26)
9/8/202328 minutes, 15 seconds
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From Negative Bank Account to 8-Figure Success: How Reggie Jennings Turned His Struggles into a Multi-Million Dollar E-commerce Empire

In this powerful podcast episode, Reggie Jennings, also known as Mr. Ecom, shares his inspiring journey from a successful IT career to almost losing his family and hitting rock bottom. He opens up about the emotional struggles and financial hardships he faced, including a negative balance in his bank account. However, Reggie's story takes a turn when his young daughter's drawing and words of encouragement ignite a fire within him to bet on his family and pursue e-commerce. With a clear mission and a focus on data, Reggie and his family have achieved incredible success, earning millions of dollars through print-on-demand and dropshipping. This episode is a must-listen for anyone seeking motivation and guidance on their own entrepreneurial journey.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they market their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioGuest BIO:Reginald Jennings, also known as Mr. Ecom, is an e-commerce entrepreneur and the founder of the Ecom family. With a background in IT, Reginald initially had a successful career but found himself losing his family due to the demands of his job. This led him to make a life-changing decision to leave his career and bet on his family. However, he faced financial struggles and hit rock bottom with a negative balance in his bank account.Determined to turn his life around, Reginald embarked on his e-commerce journey in 2016, starting with print-on-demand and dropshipping. Through hard work, perseverance, and a focus on data-driven strategies, Reginald and his family have built multiple seven-figure brands and recently reached the eight-figure mark in revenue. They have found success on platforms like Shopify and Etsy, leveraging trends and creating products that meet the needs of their target audience.Reginald's story is one of resilience, family, and the power of belief. He emphasizes the importance of having a clear mission, focusing on the customer, and using data to drive decision-making. Through his experiences, Reginald has become a mentor and teacher, helping other families achieve success in the e-commerce space. He is passionate about empowering others to create their own financial freedom and live life on their own terms.Timestamps with key takeaways:(04:34) Losing family due to work.(06:29) Balancing career and family.(10:28) A child's perspective on love.(14:02) Dark moments and success.(19:30) Daddy, we are almost there.(21:31) The hard knock life way.(27:02) Monthly visitors on Etsy.(30:23) Back-to-school market trends.(32:28) Reviving past trends.(36:11) Using customer images as product images.(40:57) Etsy Analytics and Product Research.(43:31) Christmas ornaments and revenue.(46:39) Matter of resources and tools.Entities mentioned:ecommerce, print on demand, brands, Shopify, Etsy, Everbee, revenue, sales, business, platform, data, trends, products, market, listings, optimization, supplier, mockups, imagery, personal touches, stock, Photoshop, products, brand
8/29/202346 minutes, 58 seconds
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AI Tools for Etsy Success: How to Hit Your $10,000 Monthly Goal Achieved

In this episode of the Etsy Seller Podcast, host Cody McGuffie interviews Patrick, an experienced e-commerce seller who has transitioned to selling on Etsy. Patrick shares his journey from selling on platforms like eBay and Facebook Marketplace to exploring the unique world of Etsy. He discusses how he uses Everbee, an Etsy business tool, to conduct product research and find winning products. Patrick emphasizes the importance of browsing casually on Etsy to discover popular listings and gain insights into trending niches. He also highlights the significance of staying on the path and maintaining clarity in order to achieve success as an entrepreneur. With his goal of making $10,000 in profit per month, Patrick shares his strategies for creating unique digital products and standing out in a competitive marketplace.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they market their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioGuest BIO:Patrick is an experienced e-commerce entrepreneur who has ventured into various online marketplaces, including eBay and Facebook Marketplace. With a background in dropshipping and a passion for exploring different platforms, Patrick recently transitioned to the world of Etsy. He has been documenting his journey on his YouTube channel, sharing his experiences and insights with aspiring Etsy sellers.Patrick's approach to Etsy is unique, as he combines his expertise in product research with the use of AI tools like Everbee. By analyzing popular listings and identifying trends, Patrick creates digital products, such as clip art and patterns, that cater to the demands of the market. He understands the importance of standing out in a crowded marketplace and experiments with different techniques, such as changing background colors or adding unique elements to his designs.While Patrick's Etsy venture is currently a part-time endeavor, he has ambitious goals for his shop. His aim is to generate a monthly profit of at least $10,000, leveraging his knowledge of product research and strategic listing volume. Patrick recognizes the challenges of entrepreneurship but remains committed to staying on the path and overcoming obstacles to achieve his goals.Through his YouTube channel and his dedication to learning and adapting, Patrick aims to inspire and educate others in the e-commerce space. He emphasizes the importance of clarity in setting goals and staying focused, even during challenging times. With his passion for exploring new opportunities and his drive to succeed, Patrick is a valuable resource for anyone looking to navigate the world of online selling.Timestamps with key takeaways:(05:03) Etsy and dropshipping dynamics.(07:30) Ecommerce and dropshipping services.(13:57) Control over product research.(18:00) High demand, low competition tags.(24:06) Adding objects to digital images.(30:09) Identifying a pursued product.(33:28) Real money in ecommerce.(39:14) Lack of clarity and motivation.(43:14) Copycats and Competition.(46:09) Inventing and selling products.(50:06) Etsy journey and perseverance.(53:07) Using AI to write emails.Entities mentioned: Product research Etsy eBay Facebook Marketplace Dropshipping Handmade Digital products AI Everbee Keyword search Niches Demand Sales Revenue Listings Clarity Goals Profit Competition Seasonal Process Systematizing Volume Validation Real estate
8/22/202355 minutes, 49 seconds
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The Power of Niche Markets: How to Build a Million Dollar Etsy Brand

"I spent $5,000 to get a thousand units. So five bucks a piece. And from there, I ran a promotion. I spent a thousand dollars for them to run an email to their list of people that wanted to get deals. And then I ran a 50% off deal, which I made no money. And I made, I think we sold like maybe 200, 250 units because that's all I wanted to sell because I said, I'll do 200, 250 units. So I lost money. But what that did was it shot me up in the rankings. And then that went on to do $300,000." - Scott Scott Volker for a discussion on brand building and the importance of thinking long-term in the Etsy business. Scott, an experienced educator and brand builder, shares valuable insights and strategies for Etsy sellers who want to take their business to the next level. They emphasize the need to choose a niche and focus on building products for a specific target audience. By doing so, sellers can increase their chances of repeat customers and higher average order values. They also discuss the importance of running Etsy ads, building an email list, and diversifying traffic sources. Scott shares success stories of sellers who have leveraged platforms like YouTube to drive traffic to their Etsy shops and achieve impressive sales numbers. Overall, this episode provides practical advice and a fresh perspective on building a successful Etsy business.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they market their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioTimestamps with key takeaways:[00:03:01] Etsy community and brand building.[00:06:10] Protecting your revenue stream.[00:09:18] Selling more to existing customers.[00:12:33] Targeting niche customers for growth.[00:16:03] Building a brand gets confusing.[00:19:05] Getting products with high demand.[00:23:10] Mindset and investing in your business.[00:26:40] It all compounds.[00:31:02] Leveraging YouTube for Etsy success.[00:32:02] Diversifying income through targeted niche.[00:35:05] Product launch on Etsy.[00:39:38] Solving the problem of gift-giving.[00:41:00] Vision for an Etsy shop.[00:46:11] Sales channel strategies.[00:47:33] Revenue streams.[00:51:14] Building a traffic source.[00:54:00] Beach volleyball in Texas.Entities mentioned:ecommerce, Etsy seller, brand building, asset building, online business, growth, Etsy community, Everbee, Etsy business tool, Etsy shop, niche, target market, repeat customers, average order value, Etsy ads, conversion rate, email list, website, YouTube, influencers, sales, marketing, business mindset, startup money, failure, success, education, grind, woodworking, digital plans, YouTube channel, ad revenue, Amazon affiliate, woodworkers, passionate hobbyists, traffic, sales velocity.
8/10/202354 minutes, 36 seconds
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Making Better Business Decisions: The Role of Bookkeeping for Etsy and Ecommerce Sellers

This episode we’re joined by Nathan Hirsch, the owner of two bookkeeping businesses. Nathan dives into the often overlooked topic of bookkeeping and its importance for Etsy sellers. Nathan shares his entrepreneurial journey, starting from selling secondhand books to owning successful e-commerce businesses. He emphasizes the significance of bookkeeping in making informed business decisions and highlights the benefits of having clean financials for potential investors or selling your business. The episode is packed with valuable tips and information on how Etsy and Shopify sellers can effectively manage their bookkeeping and finances.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they market their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioGuest BIO:Nathan Hirsch is an experienced entrepreneur and business owner. He began his entrepreneurial journey at a young age, selling secondhand books and textbooks. Over time, he transitioned into the e-commerce space, specifically focusing on selling baby products on Amazon. Nathan's success in the e-commerce industry led him to co-found FreeUp, a marketplace for pre-vetted virtual assistants and freelancers. After scaling FreeUp to $12 million in annual revenue, the company was acquired in 2019.Following the acquisition, Nathan launched Outsource School, a platform that teaches entrepreneurs how to hire and manage virtual assistants effectively. In addition to his ventures in the e-commerce and outsourcing space, Nathan also owns two monthly bookkeeping businesses, Ecomm Balance and Accounts Balance. These businesses provide bookkeeping services to e-commerce sellers and online businesses, helping them make informed financial decisions and maintain clean and accurate records.Nathan's expertise in entrepreneurship, e-commerce, and bookkeeping has made him a valuable resource for business owners looking to navigate the financial aspects of their businesses. He emphasizes the importance of having a CPA and bookkeeper from the start, as well as the benefits of having clean and accurate financial records. Nathan's journey and experiences serve as a valuable guide for entrepreneurs looking to build successful businesses while effectively managing their finances.Timestamps with key takeaways:[03:15] The importance of bookkeeping.Bookkeeping is a crucial aspect of any business, including those on Etsy. This timestamp likely emphasizes the significance of maintaining accurate financial records for Etsy sellers to effectively manage their business.[11:33] Taking action and listening.This timestamp suggests the importance of being proactive and responsive in the business. Listening to customer feedback, market trends, and taking appropriate actions can greatly impact the success of an Etsy business.[18:07] Hiring a bookkeeper from day one.This timestamp highlights the recommendation to hire a bookkeeper early on in the business journey. Having a professional handle financial matters can lead to better financial management and decision-making.[24:08] Choosing the right bookkeeping software.Selecting suitable bookkeeping software is critical for Etsy sellers to efficiently manage their financial transactions, track expenses, and generate reports.[28:26] Separate business and personal finances.Keeping personal and business finances separate is essential for Etsy sellers. This timestamp likely emphasizes the importance of maintaining distinct financial accounts to avoid confusion and facilitate accurate record-keeping.Entities mentioned:Etsy seller podcastNathan HirschBookkeepingFinancesBusinessEntrepreneurial journeySecondhand booksTextbooksBookkeeping businessValueTipsInformationBetter decisionsBusiness financesPillars of businessEverbeeE-commerceWinning productsSalesGrowthEtsy suspensionTrademark infringementRank trackerTrademark monitorEverbee.ioCody McGuffeyCPALLCsVirtual assistantFreeUpOutsource SchoolCFOMinimum viable productMarket researchEntrepreneurshipFinancialsBusiness expensesPersonal and business accountsLiabilityBusiness bank accountsBusiness credit cardsQuickBooks OnlineXeroConnecting toolsA2XSimple setupSeparating personal and businessBusiness checking accountBusiness savings accountBusiness credit cards
8/3/202341 minutes, 57 seconds
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Creating an Online Business in 2023: How YouTube Content About Your Ecommerce Business Can Make You Even More Revenue

In this podcast episode, host Cody McGuffie interviews Will, a financial professional and YouTube content creator who covers a range of topics including finance and Etsy. Willie shares his educational background in economics and finance, as well as his decision to pursue an MBA and the Chartered Financial Analyst designation. He discusses his experience working in equity research on Wall Street and his transition from corporate finance to starting his own business. Willie also delves into his research on successful Etsy shops, highlighting the importance of studying and learning from them. He shares insights on the characteristics of top Etsy shops, factors for success, and tips for improving listings and competing with top sellers. Additionally, Will provides advice on sales tax and offers encouragement for first-time entrepreneurs. Overall, this podcast episode offers valuable insights and practical tips for those interested in entrepreneurship, finance, and the Etsy platform.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they market their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioTimestamps with key takeaways:[00:02:23] Will's unique approach to Etsy.[00:07:02] Shifting into startup tech.[00:13:15] Creating an online business.[00:19:47] Successful Etsy shops analysis.[00:28:45] Creating effective Etsy listings.[00:31:25] More listings is good.[00:37:26] Etsy and YouTube journey.[00:40:08] Sales tax on Etsy.[00:45:49] Sales tax advice and research.[00:51:17] Etsy success and growth.Entities mentioned:ecommerce, Etsy, online business, entrepreneurship, sales, listings, top shops, successful strategies, competition, sales tax, reseller's certificate, print on demand, wholesale goods, state requirements, CPA, roadmap, support, growth, inventory, product, marketing, sales distribution, revenue, costs, profit, cash flows, website, YouTube, photography, transparency, curiosity, research, skills improvement, images, descriptions, Everbee, sales transactions, profit margin.
7/25/202352 minutes, 47 seconds
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Just One Product Away: How One Viral Product Can Change Your Entire Ecommerce Business

In this podcast episode we interview Etsy seller and coach Angel, also known as Passive Income Angel. The episode highlights the importance of market research, adding value to products, and understanding customer demand. We also discuss the challenges of building a successful business, the core problem of e-commerce, and the significance of perseverance. Finally, we learn the potential of one winning product to transform a business and the importance of scaling by focusing on what works.Angel's YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/@passiveincomeangelThe Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they market their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioTimestamps with key takeaways:[00:04:15] Building multiple e-commerce businesses.[00:14:30] The core problem in e-commerce. [00:16:24] Understanding search volume and competition. [00:19:00] Trademark infringement and peace of mind.[00:28:35] Different paths to Etsy success. [00:40:19] The value of Everbee's plans.podcast, episode, Everbee, passive income,Etsy suspension fear, accidental trademark infringement, Everbee, trademark monitor, listings,software product, e-commerce, entrepreneurship, sellers, launch,successful business owner, hard work, dead businesses, Etsy sellers, power law,reviews, listing, Google sheet, sales, review ratio,Etsy sellers, revenue, validation, Everbee, product research
7/18/202341 minutes, 38 seconds
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From E-commerce Entrepreneur to Ecom Software Founder: The Story of Cody McGuffie

In this episode, our guest host Craig interviews Cody McGuffie, the founder of EverBee. Cody shares his story of starting EverBee. They talk about his background, motivation to solve financial problems, personal challenges, and life-changing events. Cody reflects on career choices, family beliefs, and his ventures into drop shipping, Amazon FBA, real estate, and e-commerce. He discuss the initial launch and feedback of a product and his entrepreneurial journey leading to the birth of the software idea for EverBee.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they market their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioTimestamps with key takeaways:[12:07] Blue collar entrepreneurship.[21:24] Downsides of owning a business.[30:23] E-commerce and financial freedom.[36:09] Failed entrepreneurial projects.[50:03] The unique value of Everbe.[56:04] Long-term vision and growth.Entities mentioned:ecommerce, Everbee, Etsy, e-commerce sellers, tool, product research, Amazon FBA, drop shipping, Shopify, Walmart.com, business growth, software development, niche, marketplace, product, success, financial shift, platform, software companies, business ventures, sales, products, selling, marketplace, Amazon tools, Google sheet, inventory, growth, entrepreneurship, financial problems, financial pressures, financial burdens, money problem
7/12/202359 minutes, 45 seconds
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From Passion to Profit: Building a Multiple Six-Figure Landscape Photography Business

In this episode of The Etsy Seller Podcast, host Cody McGuffie interviews Craig Alexander, a successful entrepreneur who turned his passion for landscape photography into a thriving business. Craig shares his journey from starting with nothing to making multiple six figures in sales. The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they market their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is an Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best-selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioTimestamps of key takeaways:[06:05] First taste of success.[09:34] Quitting job and starting anew.[15:38] Transition to online selling.[19:14] Doubling art sales during lockdown.[21:26] Unlocking Facebook ads success.[25:07] Etsy vs. Amazon suspension.[28:09] Starting on Etsy is Powerful.[37:12] The power of storytelling.[39:00] Profit margins in e-commerce.[45:12] The internet and art opportunities.Etsy Seller podcast, entrepreneurial journey, photography, landscape photography, Everbee,specialist, full-time living, part-time living, online selling, passionate,photographs, artist, clients, Annapolis, Maryland, local historical art, camera, long exposure, tripod, selling, $2,000, quit my job, art shows, failed miserably, interior design firm, full-time income, job, hustling, entrepreneurial mentality, commissions, success, business standpoint, real money, inputs and outputs, correlated, worked, clever, business books, money, camera gear, flat paycheck.,intuitive inputs, greater outputs, money, motivation, creative side, pictures, natural, Roman ruin, trophy of the Alps, sunset, Amazon seller
7/6/202347 minutes, 33 seconds
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Designer to Full-time Mompreneur: How This Esy Seller Turned Digital Designs Into Passive Income

This episode Tamara Hall shares how she turned her passion for digital design into a profitable business. Tamara shares her journey from being a design studio professional to a full-time mom and how selling on Etsy became a blessing for her and her family. She explains how she created trendy templates and turned it into one of her passive income streams. The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they market their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioTimestamps of key takeaways:[00:03:26] Transitioning to Etsy.[00:06:00] Passive income through digital products.[00:12:33] Real estate social media templates.[00:23:06] Starting a Passive Income Journey.[00:24:16] Finding niche in an industry.[00:27:58] Social media templates creation.Etsy seller, digital design, passive income, Everbee, trademark infringement.,graphic designer, branding, logo design, Etsy, income,pregnant, kids, business, Canva templates, digital products,passive income, value proposition, productize, time freedom, investing.,Etsy store, logo templates, Canva, social media templates, small business ownersTamara Hall is a former full-time graphic designer who ran a successful design studio for about six years, focusing mostly on branding and logo design. She is now an Etsy seller and has turned her passion for digital design into a profitable business. Tamara believes in investing time initially to create passive income streams and that creating successful Etsy products takes time. She encourages others to start an Etsy business with limited time and not be afraid to start. Tamara's philosophy is to use tools like Everbee for product research and to always be learning and improving.
6/27/202328 minutes, 36 seconds
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Scaling your Etsy Business: Sales insights from studying hundreds of Etsy shops and thousands of listings

Etsy SEO expert Brad McDonald joins us to learn about the Etsy ranking trends he’s seeing and the importance of using data to grow your Etsy business. We discuss dispelling the myth of needing 1000 listings and instead focusing on creating a listing tracker for optimizing conversion rates. They also touch on trends in the industry, such as the decrease in pricing for POD shirts and the effectiveness of flat lays over models.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each episode, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers who will teach you how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they market their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is an Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best-selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.io[00:04:51] Myth: More listings, more success [00:05:36] Etsy Quality Score[00:08:29] Amazon listing strategy [00:12:08] Using a listing rank tracker [00:14:29] Etsy listing process[00:17:36] Switching Costs in E-commerce[00:23:40] POD profit margins [00:27:12] Unique product mockupsEntities mentioned:SEO, data, SEO business, listings, conversion rates.,e-commerce, Etsy, sellers, listings, modifications,listings, data, myths, quality score, Etsy,Etsy, real estate, listings, quality, research.,bestselling listings, tags, titles, quality score, original.,listing, tags, improvement, tool, track,listing tracker, visits, data gathering, time management, process improvement,process, Etsy seller, listing, tags, images,switching costs, distraction, image creation, focus, planning,planning, goals, conversion rate, financial model, framework,visits, conversion, ads, revenue, side hustle,profit margin, POD print on demand
6/21/202335 minutes, 50 seconds
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Pinterest for Etsy Sellers: This seller used Pinterest to grow their business to $300,000 in the first two years and then sold their business

In this episode of the Etsy Seller Podcast, host Cody McGuffie interviews Corey Hudson on how she uses Pinterest to attract customers to her Etsy and Shopify stores. Corey shares her strategy for optimizing her Pinterest account by creating pins that drive traffic to her products, resulting in over $300,000 in revenue in only two years. They also talk about the importance of engagement with customers to discover what they are searching for and how Corey sold her business for a great exit. The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they market their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.io[01:57] Using Pinterest for business[05:37] Shopify Success Story[09:20] Pinterest as a traffic channel[15:56] Pinterest automation[19:04] SEO for Etsy users[22:11] Pinterest as a marketing tool[25:28] Pinterest for new sellers[29:00] Optimizing photos for e-commerce[31:53] Pinterest for new Etsy sellersPinterest, Etsy, customers, revenue, engagement.,Etsy seller, sales, eyeballs, Pinterest, blog.,Shopify, sales, Etsy, revenue, blog,traffic, actionable things, blog, Pinterest, Etsy shop,Pinterest, Etsy, traffic, SEO, shoppable pins.,Etsy shops, social media, Google search resultsGuest Bio:Corey Hudson is a Pinterest strategist who has utilized the platform to drive over $300,000 in revenue to her Etsy and Shopify stores. She has optimized her Pinterest account for almost two years and offers one-on-one calls, courses, and audits to help people manage their Pinterest accounts. Corey speaks and teaches at conferences for social media and small business.
6/13/202334 minutes, 43 seconds
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Etsy Businesses Don’t Succeed Overnight: How to go from day job to full time Etsy seller

In this episode of the Etsy Seller Podcast we talk with Will, also known as "that PPC coach", about his journey from working eight-hour shifts to becoming an Etsy seller. Will shares insights on how he markets his products and gives tips on how to properly market on Etsy. He also discusses the risks of launching a business and the importance of access to customers. The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they marketing their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioKey takeaways:[00:02:56] Etsy and Facebook ads[00:06:26] Career change decision making[00:15:12] Shiny object syndrome.[00:24:05] Email marketing for Etsy shops.[00:30:16] Etsy Ads and Control.[00:33:18] Determining winner products.[00:39:44] Click through rate data analytics[00:45:32] Community vs IsolationEntities mentioned:Etsy, entrepreneurship, marketing, Everbee, growth tool.,YouTube creator, YouTuber, pay per click coach, e-commerce, Facebook ads.,Etsy, Facebook, suspension, financial advisor, prospecting.,job, mentor, secured loan, entrepreneurship
6/9/202345 minutes, 46 seconds
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From Zero to $350,000 a Year in Sales: Building an Etsy empire with print on demand

In this episode of the Etsy Seller Podcast, host Cody McGuffie interviews Cassiy Johnson, who shares her Print-On-Demand strategies that helped her achieve financial freedom with $750,000 in revenue on Etsy in less than three years. Cassiy discusses her strategies for print-on-demand products and how she finds winning products to increase sales. She also breaks down the profit she made after deducting expenses, which on average was $6,000 per month.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they marketing their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioKey takeaways and timestamps:[00:02:50] Etsy sales success.[00:07:45] Adding value to trending products.[00:11:35] Shirt design trends.[00:14:36] Best selling shirt design elements.[00:17:25] The value of buying courses.[00:21:11] Organic listing ranking process.[00:23:02] Launching strategy for Etsy.[00:28:50] Etsy SEO and Rank Tracking.[00:31:34] Etsy listings and consistent income.[00:34:39] Success outside of Etsy.[00:46:28] Becoming an expert in niches.[00:49:07] Overcoming business frustration.Entities:Etsy, Print On Demand, revenue, financial freedom, Everbee.,Etsy, print on demand, revenue, profit, anniversary,profit, margin, print on demand, tools, software,Canva, Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, product research tools, Everbee.,add value, best seller, group shirt listing, stand out, design,colors, font styles, design styles, creativity, success, EtsyGuest bio:Cassiy Johnson is a dedicated and experienced Print On Demand Etsy Coach, helping aspiring entrepreneurs in the Print On Demand industry start and scale their businesses with ease. With a passion for helping others succeed, Cassiy offers valuable guidance and strategies to empower Print On Demand Etsy sellers to achieve their goals faster.
5/31/202353 minutes, 3 seconds
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How this Etsy expert finds niches to grow Etsy Shops to $100,000 a year

In this episode of the Etsy Seller podcast, host Cody McGuffey interviews Rich, a veteran of the e-commerce industry, about his entrepreneurial journey. They discuss Rich's creative hustle, how he went from selling digital graphics at 13 to generating six and seven-figure revenues through platforms such as Etsy. He shares his strategies for quickly growing Etsy shops and turning them into impactful businesses. Key takeaways:[00:02:59] Starting a design business[00:05:55] Transitioning into the online space[00:10:05] Focusing on one product[00:12:18] Etsy success and growth.[00:21:28] Power of ecommerce sales[00:27:24] Selling digital designs.[00:30:01] Etsy shop automation.Entities mentioned:Etsy, Etsy Shop, Etsy business, Etsy Store, Etsy Seller, entrepreneurial journey, e-commerce industry, Everbee, online selling, entrepreneur, design, nightclub, radio station, printing,printing, flyers, investment, design, hustle,online space, selling, fiber, e-comm system, templates, vinyl stickersGuest Bio:The guest speaker's name is Rich and he is a seasoned veteran of the e-commerce industry with years of experience under his belt. He helps others generate six, seven figures in revenue through various platforms, including Etsy. His ethos and philosophy are centered around taking risks, focusing on one thing, building trust with customers, and taking action to achieve success.
5/25/202331 minutes, 52 seconds
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The Journey of an Etsy Seller: From tour guide to location freedom making thousands $$$$$ per month

In this episode of the Etsy Seller podcast, host Cody McGuffie interviews Brenon about his journey as an Etsy seller. Brenon went from being a tour guide to traveling around the world with his wife, thanks to his successful print-on-demand business on Etsy. The episode is sponsored by Everbee, a tool that helps Etsy sellers find winning products and get more sales. Brenon shares his ideas and strategies for growing an Etsy business, and how he used print-on-demand to achieve time and location freedom. The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they marketing their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioKey takeaway timestamps:[00:06:24] Location freedom and time freedom.[00:11:21] Mindset for entrepreneurship.[00:15:26] Entrepreneurship and starting ventures.[00:19:17] General store strategy.[00:24:51] Never too late to succeed.[00:27:58] Investing in your business.Quotes:00:09:55 - "my end goal is to do something with more of a deeper meaning and mission to help people live a better life"00:17:27 - "don't try to over complicate it just like find out what the market is buying and then make a product that they would want right and just give them that product so that's all you have to do"00:19:42 - "I always talk about the importance of doing a general store and don't limit yourself to what you can sell because with print on demand the really the possibilities are endless."00:21:34 - "you have to double down on what's working and if it's working in one niche it's going to work in another niche as long as you make whatever slight adjustments you need to to that niche"SynopsisIn this episode, the guest speaker shares how discovering their "why" was instrumental in funding their mission and overcoming obstacles. Their "why" was to have the freedom to travel and spend time with family, which kept them motivated during slow periods in their business. The guest speaker emphasizes the importance of having a mission and a "why" to stay motivated and make dreams a reality. They also mention that their "why" has evolved over time, but finding meaning and joy in their work has kept them motivated to achieve their goals. Overall, the episode highlights the significance of having a mission and a "why" to work towards, which can help entrepreneurs overcome challenges and stay motivated.The hosts stress the importance of creating high-quality listings that convert, rather than getting caught up in minor details. They advise listeners to focus on creating products that meet market demand and optimizing listings for SEO and nice mock-ups. By focusing on these fundamentals, sellers can increase their sales and achieve success on platforms like Etsy.The episode also emphasizes the importance of being willing to take action and adapt to overcome failure as an entrepreneur. The guest speaker mentions that failure is inevitable, but successful entrepreneurs adapt and adjust their strategies to make things work. Having a clear vision of what you want to achieve and investing in tools and resources can be crucial for business success. However, it's important to prioritize and invest in tools that will benefit your business, rather than spending money on unnecessary expenses. Overall, having a growth mindset and being willing to learn and adapt is key to succeeding as an entrepreneur.Etsy, print on demand, Everbee, e-commerce, lifestyle.,Southeast Asia, travel, pandemic, print on demand, Etsy shop.,print on demand, selling online, trust, value, income,Etsy, print on demand, southeast Asia, Japan, entrepreneurship,entrepreneur, mindset, learning, resources, fear of failing,fail, adapt, dream, grow, business, Etsy, entrepreneurshipBrendan is an accomplished Etsy seller who emphasizes taking action, adapting to change, and focusing on the basics for success. He encourages entrepreneurs to improve upon existing trends and be grateful for their blessings. Brenon's philosophy has helped him build a wide audience and double down on his success.
5/16/202333 minutes, 18 seconds
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Successful Etsy Seller Generates Over $300K in Sales Per Year In Super Competitive Niche

The episode features a full-time Etsy seller and mom named Angel who left her job as a teacher to pursue her passion for selling on Etsy. She has generated over $300,000 in sales on the platform and shares her insights on how to succeed as a full-time seller. The episode covers topics such as print on demand, standing out in a competitive market, and finding profitable products to sell on Etsy. Angel also shares her tips on balancing growing an online business and a family.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they marketing their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioKey takeaways:[00:03:35] Low Investment, High Reward: The Power of Print on Demand[00:08:16] Effective Pricing Strategies for Boosting Your Etsy Sales[00:13:36] Staying Ahead of the Game: Competitive Niche Analysis on Etsy[00:21:52] Balancing Work and Family: Flexibility as a Working Mom on Etsy[00:27:54] Reverse Engineering Best Sellers: A Strategy for Success on Etsy[00:32:48] Connecting with Customers: The Importance of Listening on EtsyMost Popular Episodes:Automating Print-on-Demand: Strategies for Etsy Sellers to Make $100,000/year with print on demand Etsy shopsGrowing your Etsy business to $50K/year by constantly discovering unique product nichesHow to Make $70,000/Year Selling Digital Products on EtsyGuest bio:Andrew Erickson is a full-time e-commerce seller and entrepreneur who has built million dollar brands via Amazon FBA and also leverages Etsy in many ways. He is a strong advocate for leveraging AI to grow businesses and democratize content creation. Andrew emphasizes the importance of building a consistent brand and niche, and has a wealth of knowledge about Amazon selling.Entities mentioned:Etsy, Everbee, Printify, Printful, Facebook, masks
5/9/202333 minutes
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Leveraging AI for Etsy: How to use AI to build hundreds of listings and jumpstart a niche brand

In this episode of the Etsy Seller Podcast, Cody McGuffie talks with Andrew Erickson, a successful ecommerce seller and entrepreneur, about leveraging AI and building a niche brand. Andrew shares his strategy for writing books and selling them.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they marketing their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioKey takeaways:[00:05:51] AI for ecommerce workflows[00:12:09] Print on Demand Books[00:14:54] Long tail marketing[00:18:45] Building a memorable brand.[00:23:39] Understanding customer lifetime value[00:26:27] E-commerce and print-on-demandMost Popular Episodes:Automating Print-on-Demand: Strategies for Etsy Sellers to Make $100,000/year with print on demand Etsy shopsGrowing your Etsy business to $50K/year by constantly discovering unique product nichesHow to Make $70,000/Year Selling Digital Products on EtsyGuest bio:Andrew Erickson is a full-time e-commerce seller and entrepreneur who has built million dollar brands via Amazon FBA and also leverages Etsy in many ways. He is a strong advocate for leveraging AI to grow businesses and democratize content creation. Andrew emphasizes the importance of building a consistent brand and niche, and has a wealth of knowledge about Amazon selling.Entities mentioned:Etsy Seller Podcast, Cody McGuffey, Andrew Erickson, Amazon FBA, Etsy, AI, Everbee, SEO, Harrison, reviews, Pangea Picnic, wooden toys, dinosaurs, toddlers, published author, avatar, vegetables, chat GPT, mid journey, freemium model, SOP, book, fruits, teamwork, ideas, examples, broccoli source, H I, intelligence, curator
5/5/202328 minutes, 1 second
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Quickly Growing Your Etsy: Insights from a $1,000,000 per year ecommerce seller and what they would do if they had to start over

In this episode of the Etsy Seller Podcast, host Cody McGuffie interviews full-time e-commerce seller and entrepreneur, Andrew Erickson. Erickson shares his strategy to improve Etsy shop reviews from zero to over 30 in a few weeks. He also provides insights into building online companies and making a full-time income from Etsy. The episode is part one of a two-part series with Andrew, and it is highly relevant for anyone who is just starting out on Etsy or struggling to get their shop kickstarted.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they marketing their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioGuest BioAndrew Erickson is a full-time e-commerce seller and entrepreneur who has built million dollar brands online via Amazon FBA, as well as leveraging Etsy in many ways. He is a successful and super successful seller who has tons of insight into building online companies. In a recent episode of the Etsy seller podcast, Andrew shared a strategy that he used to quickly get his Etsy shop reviews from zero to over 30 reviews in just a couple of weeks. He also hosts the Zon con podcast, where he talks about Amazon-related stuff and e-commerce, building teams, and marketing. Follow him on Instagram at the Andrew Erickson to see fun pictures of him and to reach out to him.Key takeaway timestamps:[00:06:11] Discover the Secrets to Building a Thriving E-Commerce Empire![00:09:09] The Moment You've Been Waiting For: How to Score Your First Sale![00:12:17] Uncovering the Ethical Dilemmas Behind Sales: A Critical Review[00:14:58] "Unleashing the Power of Postcard Marketing: A Winning Strategy"[00:18:07] Discover the Ultimate Collection of Digital Guides on Etsy![00:20:35] The Power of Reviews in E-commerce: How They Can Make or Break Your BusinessEntities mentioned:Etsy, Cody McGuffey, Andrew Erickson, Amazon FBA, Everbee, American median income, stay at home moms, stay at home dads, SEO, keyword search volume
4/26/202324 minutes, 27 seconds
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Diversifying Your Etsy Business: How to expand from Etsy to other ecommerce channels with Ryan Hogue

In this episode of the Etsy Seller Podcast, host Cody McGuffie interviews full-time e-commerce seller and entrepreneur, Ryan Hogue, on what it takes to succeed on Etsy with print on demand. They discuss the importance of main images, how to improve them and Ryan shares his journey in Etsy print on demand. Ryan also talks about his experiences with Amazon merch and how it helped him optimize his print on demand journey. If you're looking to succeed in Etsy print on demand, then this episode is a must-listen.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they marketing their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioTimestamps of key takeaways:[00:03:37] Optimizing Your Time [00:07:29] Passive income and side hustles. [00:13:30] Etsy becoming more competitive[00:18:18] Etsy vs Amazon thumbnails. [00:25:39] Overcoming self-doubt. [00:28:06] Focusing on one business. Entities mentioned:Etsy, Cody McGuffie, Ryan Hogue, YouTube, print on demand, Amazon merch, Shopify, main image, Everbee, revenue, monthly sales, tags, everbee.io, SEO, keyword search volume, e-commerce, FBA business
4/21/202332 minutes, 2 seconds
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From Zero Sales to Over $5000 a Month: How to start a new Etsy shop in a new niche and grow it fast

In this episode of the Etsy Seller Podcast, host Cody McGuffie talks with Lizzie, a successful Etsy seller who started from scratch and now generates over $5,000 a month in sales. Lizzie shares her experience of initially getting no sales and how she persevered to build a thriving Etsy shop. She also discusses the impact of having a new baby on her business and gives valuable advice to new and existing Etsy sellers. Lizzie challenges the belief that only "OG" Etsy shops make money and proves it wrong. The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they marketing their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioKey points and timestamps:[00:00:45] Proving new Etsy sellers wrong.[00:03:01] Starting a Business on Etsy.[00:06:11] Persevering through slow growth.[00:11:02] Etsy shop success.[00:14:01] Unusual print on demand products.[00:14:56] Passive income on Etsy.[00:17:52] Overcoming creative blocks.Most Popular Episodes:Automating Print-on-Demand: Strategies for Etsy Sellers to Make $100,000/year with print on demand Etsy shopsGrowing your Etsy business to $50K/year by constantly discovering unique product nichesHow to Make $70,000/Year Selling Digital Products on EtsyEntities mentionedEtsy, Cody McGuffie, Lizzie Smiley, Everbee, SEO, revenue estimates, monthly sales, tags, keywords, search volume, online entrepreneur, new sellers, existing sellers
4/14/202320 minutes, 16 seconds
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Building an Etsy Shop that Makes $1,500 per month and Launching a New Product Line: Insights from Etsy Seller Leslie Cole

In this episode of the Etsy Seller Podcast, host Cody McGuffey interviews Leslie Cole, who successfully built her Etsy shop to the point where she was able to quit her full-time job. Leslie offers insights into how she runs her business and gives details about her new shop launch. She also discusses how her work with Everbee helped her get into the mock-up space for her clients. The podcast is brought to you by Everbee, an Etsy growth tool that helps sellers find winning products and increase sales.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they marketing their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioKeypoints and timestamps:[00:02:58] Etsy and Time Freedom.[00:06:01] Starting a mock-up space.[00:09:00] Side hustle income.[00:11:51] Finding a niche.[00:17:40] Overcoming valleys of despair.[00:20:36] Etsy entrepreneurship during tough times.[00:23:29] Lack of curiosity in e-commerce.[00:26:22] Hobbies and Freelancing.Most Popular Episodes:Automating Print-on-Demand: Strategies for Etsy Sellers to Make $100,000/year with print on demand Etsy shopsGrowing your Etsy business to $50K/year by constantly discovering unique product nichesHow to Make $70,000/Year Selling Digital Products on Etsy
4/5/202356 minutes, 41 seconds
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Succeeding as a Full-Time Etsy Seller: Strategies from an Etsy Shop with $2.5 Million in Sales

In this episode of the Etsy Seller Podcast, host Cody McGuffie interviews Stephen Chin about his success as a full-time seller with a shop generating over $2.5 million in sales despite having only 400 listings. Chen shares his strategies for standing out in the market, including offering better listings and designs that incorporate success attributes, such as five key elements on both the listing and design levels. The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they marketing their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy. It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business.Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioKey points and timestamps:[00:06:04] Etsy Revenue Growth[00:08:22] Starting a successful business[00:10:39] Market research for success[00:13:07] Etsy product research[00:15:45] Listing and design optimization[00:18:35] Launching on Etsy[00:21:34] Targeting click through rate[00:23:35] Etsy conversion rates[00:26:10] Curiosity in the sales process.Most Popular Episodes:Automating Print-on-Demand: Strategies for Etsy Sellers to Make $100,000/year with print on demand Etsy shopsGrowing your Etsy business to $50K/year by constantly discovering unique product nichesHow to Make $70,000/Year Selling Digital Products on Etsy
3/30/202328 minutes, 29 seconds
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The Story of Scott Voelker: From million dollar Amazon brands to $40K on Etsy in the first two months

On this podcast episode, host Cody McGuffie talks with full-time online entrepreneur Scott Voelker. Scott has been selling online for over 10 years and has built multiple million dollar brands. He has recently been focusing his experience on his wife's shop, which has made over $40,000 in revenue in the first two months. The podcast also covers topics such as the numbers of success on Amazon vs. Etsy and the tools to use to grow your Etsy business fast.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they marketing their Etsy shops and so much more. EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy.  It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business. Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioKey points and timestamps:00:03:43 Start a business with passion.00:05:11 Start with what you know.00:13:11 Pick a niche and serve.00:15:02 Build a niche brand for customers.00:23:54 Validate demand before moving forward.00:28:27 Keep learning and growing.00:28:41 Take action and refine.00:33:30 Drive SEO with Everbee.ioFurther episode details:Start small and grow bigStarting out small and growing big is a concept that has been around for centuries. It is a philosophy that is often applied to business, but it can also be applied to life in general. Scott Volker is a prime example of someone who has taken this approach and has been able to build multiple million-dollar brands. Scott started his journey in the online selling world by teaching people how to sell on Amazon FBA. He took a step-by-step approach and was able to build a successful business. He eventually sold all of his businesses, but his success was a testament to the power of starting small and growing big. Scott and his wife then moved on to their Etsy shop, Sashi Shop. When they first started the shop, they were able to generate $40,000 in revenue in two months. This is a prime example of how starting small can lead to big success. The key to success is to start small and focus on the details. Focus on what works and keep improving it. Don't try to do too much at once and don't be afraid to fail. Learn from your mistakes and keep going. Scott's success story is a great example of how starting small and growing big can be a successful strategy. He started out with a small business, but was able to grow it into multiple million-dollar brands. He was able to take a step-by-step approach and focus on the details of what works. He was also willing to take risks and learn from his mistakes. Starting out small and growing big is a great way to achieve success. It takes patience and dedication, but it can lead to big rewards. If you focus on the details, take risks, and learn from your mistakes, you can achieve success. So take Scott's advice and start small and grow big!Start small, think bigScott is a great example of someone who started small and ended up with a successful business. He started out as a photographer and then moved into marketing. After that, he started learning editing and eventually started an online business. He taught people what he had learned in photography and how to use Photoshop. That business was successful and eventually turned into a six-figure business.From there, Scott started to hear about private labeling and launched his first product. That product went on to do over a million dollars in sales. Scott then sold his e-commerce business and took a break to focus on his podcast. His wife then started to dabble in Etsy and Scott jumped in to help her out.Scott's story proves that you don't need to have a huge business to make it big. He started out small and took risks to get to where he is today. He learned from his mistakes and used his knowledge to grow his business. That's the key to success. Start small, think big.Scott's advice is great for anyone looking to start a business. You don't need to start with a huge business plan. You can start small and grow it into something bigger. Take small steps, use your knowledge, and be willing to take risks. That's the key to success. Start small, think big.## Pick a niche and serve.When it comes to starting a business, the most important thing to do is to pick a niche and serve it. This means finding a specific market or group of people and focusing on providing them with a product or service that meets their needs. It's important to narrow down your focus and become an expert in that area. This will help you stand out from the competition and make it easier to market your business.When selecting a niche, it's important to consider the market size, competition, and potential for growth. You want to make sure that the market is large enough to sustain your business and that there is enough competition to keep you motivated. It's also important to consider the potential for growth. You don't want to get stuck in a stagnant market that won't support your business.Once you've chosen a niche, it's important to focus on serving it. This means providing quality products and services to your customers. You want to make sure that they are satisfied with what you provide. It's also important to stay up to date with the latest trends and developments in your niche. This will help you stay ahead of the competition and give you an edge in the market.In conclusion, picking a niche and serving it is the key to success in any business. It's important to select a niche that is large enough to sustain your business and that has enough potential for growth. Once you've chosen a niche, focus on serving it by providing quality products and services to your customers. Stay up to date with the latest trends and developments in your niche and you'll be well on your way to success.Build relationships with customersBuilding relationships with customers is also an important part of running a successful business. It's essential to establish trust with customers and to provide them with a great customer experience. You can do this by offering quality products and services, providing excellent customer service, and engaging with customers on social media. Additionally, you can collect customer email addresses and use them to send out notifications about new products and services. Doing this will help you to build relationships with customers and create loyalty.Validate demand before proceedingHowever, before you can start engaging with customers and building relationships, you must first validate the demand for your products and services. If there is no demand for what you are offering, then it is unlikely that you will be able to build up a customer base and make a profit. To validate demand, you can use tools such as keyword research, market research, and competitor research. Keyword research will help you to identify what people are searching for online, and market research will help you to understand the needs of your target market. Additionally, competitor research will help you to identify what your competitors are doing and how you can do it better.Once you have validated the demand for your products and services, you can then start to build relationships with customers. You can do this by creating content that is tailored to their needs, engaging with them on social media, and offering discounts and promotions. Additionally, you can use customer email addresses to send notifications about new products and services. Doing all of these things will help you to build relationships with customers and create loyalty.Overall, it is essential to validate the demand for your products and services before proceeding. Doing this will help you to ensure that you are offering something that people actually want and need, and it will help you to create a successful business. After you have validated the demand, you can then start to build relationships with customers and create loyalty.Keep learning, give firstOne of the best ways to do this is to be curious and keep learning. Scott, a successful ecommerce entrepreneur, recommends that instead of spending money on a Frappuccino, you should invest it into Etsy ads. This will help you to get more visibility and reach more potential customers. Additionally, he suggests that you should be doing basic SEO, such as titling your images properly, to make sure that your products are easy to find. Scott also recommends that you create multiple products to leverage and put them on more than one product. This will give you more real estate on Etsy and more lines in the water, so to speak. The more products you have, the more chances you have of making sales. Finally, Scott suggests that you give first before expecting anything in return. This means that you should be providing value to your customers before asking them to invest in you or your products. In doing this, you will create relationships and loyalty with your customers, which will lead to more sales in the long run.  All in all, the key to success in ecommerce is to keep learning and give first. Validate the demand for your products and services, invest in ads, do basic SEO, create multiple products, and give first. Doing these things will help you to create a successful business.Take action to gain resultsScott Fox, an ecommerce expert, recently discussed the importance of taking action to gain results on a podcast. He believes that learning is important, but it is the action that will bring results. Fox encourages people to take action and adjust as they go. He also recommends reading the book The Compound Effect, which is about taking small steps that will eventually lead to big results.Fox also encourages people to invest in Etsy ads and use the data to refine and tweak their strategies. He believes that the data will help you to learn more about what works and what doesn't. He also recommends reading his book, The Take Action Effect, which is about his journey from making seven dollars an hour to becoming a seven-figure earner.It is clear that taking action is the key to success. Learning is important, but it is the action that will bring results. Investing in ads, using data to refine strategies, and giving first will help you to create a successful business. Taking small steps and making adjustments as you go will help you to achieve your goals. So, take action today and start creating the business of your dreams!Drive Etsy SEO with Everbee.ioOne way to start taking action is to use Everbee.io to drive SEO and get those sales. Everbee shows you the key search volume that helps you understand what people are actually typing in that search bar. With this data, you can better understand what people are searching for and what they are actually buying. This tool is essential for growing your Etsy business.  Everbee.io provides a number of features that can help you to drive SEO and get those sales. For example, it can help you to identify and target the right keywords to use in your SEO strategy. This can help you to optimize your website and make it easier for people to find your products. Everbee.io also helps you to track and analyze your website’s performance. You can use this data to identify areas of improvement and adjust your strategy accordingly. In addition to helping you drive SEO, Everbee.io also helps you to optimize your listings. It can help you to create more effective titles and descriptions for your products, which can help you to increase your visibility in search engine results. Everbee.io also helps you to identify the best images to use for your listings, which can help to attract more customers. Overall, Everbee.io is an invaluable tool for driving SEO and getting those sales. It can help you to identify the right keywords and optimize your listings for better visibility. It can also help you to track and analyze your website’s performance and identify areas of improvement. So, take action today and start using Everbee.io to drive SEO and get those sales!
3/22/202333 minutes, 56 seconds
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Busy Season vs Slow Season: This Etsy shop makes 45-50% of its $200,000+ yearly revenue in only two months

On this episode of the Etsy Seller podcast, host Cody McGuffie talks to Andrea, a full time Etsy seller who has been on the platform since 2014. They discuss Andrea's Etsy business, production processes, and cashflow, as well as managing the business while pregnant with her first child. The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they marketing their Etsy shops and so much more. EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy.  It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business. Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioKey points timestamps:2:36 Manage cash flow seasonally.06:05 Save money for slow season.14:42 Prioritize family over business.19:04 Test products and scale.24:44 Investing thousands can pay off.25:12 You are in control.
3/15/202330 minutes, 18 seconds
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Automating Print-on-Demand: Strategies for Etsy Sellers to Make $100,000/year with print on demand Etsy shops

Today on the Etsy Seller podcast we're joined by Curtis Blackmore from MyDesigns about the world of print on demand. He talks through strategies to help Etsy sellers gain a competitive edge, such as automation, bulk uploading, mockup generation and listing data editing. Additionally, Curtis explains why print on demand has advantages over the traditional holding of inventory.Timestamps of key sections:00:04:01 Print-on-demand is efficient00:05:46 Start a print on demand business00:12:05 AI can generate graphics00:17:21 AI helps people excel00:19:15 Consistency is key00:23:00 Set measurable goals and track them00:26:09 Stay informed on tech trendsArticle:Print on Demand is efficient.Print on Demand is an efficient and cost-effective way to sell products online. With Print on Demand, sellers don't have to worry about inventory, shipping, or fulfillment. Instead, they can focus on creating products and selling them to customers.Curtis, the guest on the Etsy Seller Podcast, was one of the first to adopt Print on Demand. He started with a clothing brand, Captain Athletics, but found the manual inventory and shipping process to be too time consuming. That's when he discovered Print on Demand for Shopify and eventually merged with Amazon.Print on Demand allows sellers to generate mockups in bulk, generate data quickly, and publish products in bulk. This saves time and money compared to manually creating and shipping products. Additionally, sellers don't have to worry about investing in inventory and wasting time on fulfillment.Print on Demand also allows sellers to test ideas in different markets without having to worry about inventory or fulfillment. This is a great way to find a competitive advantage in the market.Overall, Print on Demand is an efficient and cost-effective way to sell products online. It allows sellers to save time and money while testing ideas in different markets. The automation of the process allows sellers to focus on creating and selling products, rather than worrying about inventory and fulfillment.Turn digital files into products.MyDesigns is an example of a cloud-based suite of seller tools that enable users to turn digital files into products. It automates the time-consuming tasks associated with publishing, such as generating mock-ups, data, and tags. With MyDesigns, sellers can drop their digital files into the cloud and generate high-quality mock-ups in bulk, as well as generate data quickly and publish them in bulk. This eliminates the need to repeat processes one by one, saving time and money.MyDesigns is best suited for those with some experience in Print on Demand, but beginners can also benefit from the free plan. It is an ideal tool for those who want to test ideas in different markets, as it allows them to quickly and easily create and publish products. The automation of the process also eliminates the need for manual labor, allowing sellers to focus on creating and selling products.Ultimately, Print on Demand is a great way to turn digital files into products. MyDesigns is a great tool for those looking to automate the process and save time and money. It is an ideal tool for those looking to test ideas in different markets and focus on creating and selling products.AI helps with graphics.AI is the key to success in the Print on Demand space. AI-driven tools like Mid Journey, DALI, and Stable Diffusion are able to generate high-quality graphics from text prompts. This is incredibly helpful for those who don’t have the time or resources to hire a graphic designer. With AI, you can create hundreds of graphics in just an hour, allowing you to quickly test ideas in different markets and focus on creating and selling products.Using AI to create graphics also helps you stay ahead of the competition. By getting first to market with an idea, you can gain an advantage over other sellers. Additionally, if you can create high-quality graphics quickly, you can focus on getting more sales and increasing your rankings.Ultimately, AI is an invaluable tool for those looking to succeed in the Print on Demand space. By using AI to quickly generate high-quality graphics, you can stay ahead of the competition and focus on creating and selling products. With AI, you can quickly test ideas in different markets and focus on creating and selling products.AI will make great people excellent.AI can also help you create titles and tags for your listings that are optimized for search engines. By using AI to quickly generate titles and tags, you can save time and focus on creating and selling products. AI can also help you write high-quality descriptions for your products, making them more attractive to potential buyers.AI can also help you stay ahead of the curve in terms of design trends. With AI, you can quickly generate designs that follow the latest trends and stay ahead of the competition. Additionally, AI can help you create unique designs that are tailored to specific markets, allowing you to stand out from the crowd.AI is also invaluable for those looking to create art. By using AI to generate images, you can quickly create unique pieces of art that are tailored to specific markets. Additionally, AI can help you create images that are unique and original, allowing you to stand out from the competition.In conclusion, AI is an invaluable tool for those looking to succeed in the Print on Demand space. AI can help you quickly generate high-quality graphics, titles and tags, and descriptions for your products. Additionally, AI can help you create unique designs and pieces of art tailored to specific markets. AI will make great people excellent, allowing them to stay ahead of the competition and focus on creating and selling products.Consistency and optimization matter.However, AI is not a silver bullet. Consistency and optimization matter if you want to be successful. You need to be consistent in your efforts and continually make adjustments and improvements to your products and listings. You also need to have a deep knowledge of the space you are in, and be able to make subtle changes that will help you stand out from the competition.Successful Etsy sellers understand this and are constantly analyzing data to make improvements and adjustments. They also look for unique products that aren't widely available, or too expensive, so they can have high profit margins.In short, AI is a valuable tool, but it will only get you so far. To truly succeed, you need to be consistent and optimize your products and listings. You need to have a deep knowledge of the space you are in, and continually make subtle changes that will help you stand out from the competition. With the right approach, you can become a successful Etsy seller.Set measurable goals and track.One of the most important steps to becoming a successful Etsy seller is to set measurable goals and track your progress. This means that you should have a clear goal in mind before you begin, such as getting a certain number of sales in a certain period of time. Once you have this goal in place, you can break it down into smaller, more manageable tasks. For example, if you want to achieve 100 sales in three months, you can break it down into 33 sales per month, or just over one sale per day.Once you have broken down your goal into smaller tasks, you can start to track your progress. This will help you to stay motivated and focused on your goal. You can track the number of listings you have created, the number of designs you have made, and the number of products you have published. This will help you to see how far you have come and how much further you need to go.It is also important to have the proper expectations when setting goals. You should not expect to see sales immediately, as it takes time for products to be indexed and ranked on Etsy. You should also be prepared for setbacks, as this is a part of the process. By having realistic expectations, you will be able to stay focused and motivated.Finally, having a positive mindset is also key to success. You should be willing to take risks, learn from your mistakes, and keep pushing forward. You should also be willing to join a community of other Etsy sellers, such as the one available through MyDesigns. By connecting with others in the same situation, you can learn from each other and get the support you need.In conclusion, setting measurable goals and tracking your progress is essential to becoming a successful Etsy seller. You should have a clear goal in mind and break it down into smaller tasks. You should also be prepared to track your progress and have realistic expectations. Finally, having a positive mindset and joining a supportive community is key to staying motivated and reaching your goals.Stay informed on trends.Staying informed on trends is essential for anyone who wants to succeed in the online marketplace. Whether you are selling on Etsy, running a print-on-demand business, or developing AI technology, it is important to stay up to date on the latest developments in your field. With so much happening in the world, it can be difficult to stay informed. However, there are a few steps you can take to make sure you are always on top of the latest trends.First, set measurable goals and track your progress. It's important to have a clear goal in mind and break it down into smaller tasks. This will help you stay focused and on track. It's also important to have realistic expectations. Setting unrealistic goals can be discouraging and can lead to burnout.Second, join a supportive community. It can be helpful to join a community of like-minded individuals who can provide support and advice. This can help you stay motivated and focused on your goals. You can also learn from the experiences of others and get advice on how to stay up to date on the latest trends.Finally, have a positive mindset. It can be easy to get discouraged when you don't see immediate results. However, it is important to stay positive and focus on the long-term goals. By staying focused and motivated, you will be more likely to stay informed on the latest trends.Staying informed on trends is essential for anyone who wants to succeed in the online marketplace. By setting measurable goals, tracking your progress, joining a supportive community, and having a positive mindset, you will be better prepared to stay up to date on the latest developments in your field.
3/9/202326 minutes, 26 seconds
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Growing your Etsy business to $150K/year by constantly discovering unique product niches

The episode of the Etsy Seller Podcast we're joined by Bailey to learn about her success with multiple Etsy shops while being a full-time mom. During the episode, Bailey discusses her research process, her success with handmade tumblers, her transition to print on demand goods, and why she chose to go recently go all selling only original digital files for a growing niche with her Etsy Business.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they marketing their Etsy shops and so much more. EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy.  It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business. Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioKey points timestamps:2:17 Make unique products with high margins.9:41 Find a better way.13:14 Research before selling products.17:11 Serve an audience to succeed.23:30 Outsource systems for success.30:41 Rank with keyword research.35:43 Provide value to build community.40:45 Help your own people.43:59 Embrace the entrepreneurial spirit.Detailed summaryMake unique products with high margins.When it comes to selling products online, one of the best strategies is to create unique products with high margins. This strategy has been used by many successful Etsy sellers, including Bailey. Bailey was able to build multiple Etsy shops while being a full-time mom by creating unique products with high margins.Bailey's first shop was a print on demand store, but it didn't do well because she didn't do her research and paid for every design she put up. She then decided to make tumblers, which were very unique and had a high profit margin. This allowed her to stand out from the competition and make more sales.To make these tumblers, Bailey had to put in a lot of time and effort. She had to be very careful when customizing them because everyone wanted their name on it. This process was very time consuming, but it paid off in the end. Bailey was able to make a six-figure store in nine months with her handmade store.Another strategy that Bailey used to make more sales was to focus on SEO. She was able to rank her products easily as long as the competition was low. This allowed her to get more visibility for her products and make more sales.By following Bailey's strategies, other Etsy sellers can create unique products with high margins and make more sales. This strategy requires research and dedication, but it can be very rewarding in the end. By creating unique products with high margins, Etsy sellers can stand out from the competition and make more sales.Find success through iteration.Bailey's story is a great example of how success can be achieved through iteration. After launching a successful Etsy store, she quickly realized that the margins were too low to continue. She then decided to try her hand at handmade products, but quickly realized that it was too much work. After trying a few different strategies, she eventually landed on print on demand as her best option. She was able to increase her margins to 25-30% by including Etsy ads and finding a local supplier.Bailey's story is a great example of how success can be achieved through iteration. Instead of giving up, she kept trying different strategies until she found one that worked for her. By doing research, testing out different strategies, and being willing to learn from her mistakes, she was able to find success.For other Etsy sellers, Bailey's story serves as a great reminder that success can be achieved through iteration. By doing research, testing out different strategies, and being willing to learn from their mistakes, they can find success. With the right strategies, Etsy sellers can create unique products with high margins and make more sales.Research before creating products.When it comes to creating products, research is key. This was the case for Bailey, a successful Etsy seller who was able to increase her income from six figures to close to quarter of a million dollars in just one year. She was able to do this by researching the best way to sell digital products and then creating designs that would sell well. By researching the market, she was able to find the best sublimation product with the lowest competition and create hundreds of products that would make the most money with the least amount of work.Bailey's research also enabled her to determine which products would be most successful. She used tools like Everbe and E-Rank to analyze the market and pick the products that would make the most money. This allowed her to make informed decisions and create products that would be successful.Bailey's research paid off, and she was able to make $17,000 in the first two months of the year. This was a huge success, considering she was only spending $50 a month on marketing. This goes to show that research and strategy can be more important than luck.Ultimately, Bailey's success story shows that research can be essential when it comes to creating products. By doing research and making informed decisions, Etsy sellers can create products that will be successful in the market and make more sales.Find customers who like your style.When it comes to finding customers who like your style, Bailey suggests focusing on a specific niche. She recommends finding a thousand people who like your style and selling to them over and over again. This way, you don’t have to worry about high competition or relying on Etsy traffic.Bailey also suggests focusing on serving a segment of people, such as business owners and other designers. By creating products that help business owners or other designers make money or improve their business, you can shift their mindset from consumption to investment. This will lead to repeat business, which is the key to success.In addition, Bailey suggests creating a Facebook group to bring your customers together. This way, you can market to them directly and keep them up-to-date on your products.Overall, Bailey’s story shows that research and focusing on a specific niche can be the key to success. By finding customers who like your style, you can create products that will be successful in the market and make more sales.Duplicate successful systems.Duplicating successful systems is a great way to get started in business. It’s important to understand the market and the customers you’re targeting. Once you have that information, you can create a system that works for you. Bailey found success in duplicating her successful system. She created a private Facebook group with a call to action to join and get free designs. She also included the call to action in her shop banner, announcement section, and in her automatic email to customers.Bailey also outsourced the majority of the process. By delegating tasks, she was able to focus on the important parts of running her business. She also started new groups in different niches to reach more customers. This allowed her to provide value and resources to her customers.In conclusion, duplicating successful systems can be a great way to start a business. It’s important to research the market and customers to create a system that works for you. By understanding the needs of your customers, you can provide value and resources to them. Bailey’s story shows that duplicating successful systems can be the key to success.Rank using Everbee revenue data.Using Everbee revenue data is a great way to rank products and understand what customers are looking for. By understanding the data, entrepreneurs can create successful stores that make money. Bailey, an entrepreneur, has created several stores on Etsy and uses Everbee to rank products. She looks at the revenue of the product, the age of the listing, and the type of design to decide what products to create and list.Bailey looks at the highest performing products and filters them by the type of design. She only picks products that make over $5,000 per month to ensure the store will make money quickly. She also looks at the age of the listing to make sure the product is trending and popular. This allows her to create products that customers are interested in and make money from them.By using Everbee revenue data, entrepreneurs can create successful stores that make money. Understanding the data allows entrepreneurs to create products that customers are interested in. Bailey’s story shows that understanding the data is the key to success. By understanding the needs of customers and creating products that meet their needs, entrepreneurs can create successful stores that make money.Provide value to your customers.Providing value to customers is a key component of success for entrepreneurs. Bailey, an entrepreneur with four successful stores, believes that understanding the data is the key to success. She knows that titles, tags, descriptions, and attributes must be perfect when launching a new store. She also believes that it is important to make small tweaks to products to make them stand out from the competition. For example, if a competitor’s product is a 20 page coloring book, she might make her product 25 pages. These small tweaks make her product more attractive to customers.Bailey also suggests that entrepreneurs should take inspiration from other successful stores. She suggests that entrepreneurs should copy titles, tags, and descriptions from successful stores and then modify them to make them unique. This allows entrepreneurs to stand out from the competition and provide customers with products that are of higher quality.Providing value to customers is essential for entrepreneurs to be successful. By understanding the data, entrepreneurs can create products that customers are interested in. They can also make small tweaks to products to make them stand out from the competition. Finally, entrepreneurs should take inspiration from other successful stores and modify titles, tags, and descriptions to make them unique. By following these steps, entrepreneurs can create successful stores that make money and provide value to their customers.Help your people, don't appeal to all.However, while it is important to appeal to a wide variety of customers, entrepreneurs should focus on helping their people first and foremost. This means understanding the needs of their target audience and creating products and services that meet those needs. It also means providing ongoing support and education to help customers make the most of their products. By focusing on helping their people, entrepreneurs can create a loyal customer base that will provide them with consistent revenue.For example, successful entrepreneur and coach, Christina Scalera, has created a coaching program that focuses on helping her people. Her program provides an in-depth look at how to find and validate products, set up a shop, and grow an audience. She also provides weekly tutorials on design, product research, and SEO, as well as a live Q&A session. By providing this ongoing support and education, Christina is able to create a loyal customer base that will continue to purchase her products and services.In conclusion, it is important for entrepreneurs to appeal to a wide variety of customers. However, they should focus on helping their people first and foremost. By understanding their target audience and providing ongoing support and education, entrepreneurs can create a loyal customer base that will provide them with consistent revenue.Embrace the entrepreneurial spirit.The entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well in today’s world. From the rise of small business owners to the success of digital entrepreneurs, it’s clear that people are embracing the idea of taking control of their own financial destiny. However, with this newfound freedom comes a lot of responsibility. It’s important for entrepreneurs to understand the risks involved and be prepared to put in the hard work necessary to succeed.One key to success for entrepreneurs is to understand their target audience and provide them with what they need. In the podcast, the guest, Drew, discussed how she has created a private Facebook group for her digital store and uses it to provide support and education for her customers. By doing this, she is able to build relationships with her customers and create a loyal customer base.Another important aspect of running a successful business is to have an abundance mindset. Instead of focusing on competition, entrepreneurs should focus on creating a community and providing value to their customers. Drew believes in this philosophy, and it has served her well in her business endeavors.Finally, entrepreneurs should be prepared to take risks. Starting a business is no easy task, and it requires hard work and dedication. Drew has started five different stores, which is no small feat. It takes a lot of courage to put yourself out there and take a chance on something new.The entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well in today’s world. It takes courage and dedication to succeed, but it can be done. By understanding their target audience, providing ongoing support and education, and having an abundance mindset, entrepreneurs can create a successful business. Embrace the entrepreneurial spirit and take a chance on yourself.
3/1/202344 minutes, 22 seconds
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How to Make $70,000/Year Selling Digital Products on Etsy

 Emeshe is an economist from Romania who went to an art school and decided to combine her business and arts skills to start selling digital products on Etsy in 2017. In her interview, she shares her journey and success, giving valuable advice on how to break into and succeed in the digital marketplace on Etsy.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they marketing their Etsy shops and so much more. EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy.  It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business. Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioKey points timestamps:- 05:37 Find sub-niches within niches.- 10:43 High-margin digital products profitable.- 15:17 Add value to stand out.- 18:30 Data Driven Decisions Matter.Details about the episode:Target sub-niches for success.When it comes to succeeding in the digital product industry, one of the best pieces of advice is to target sub-niches. This is something that Emiche, a full-time digital product seller on Etsy, has done to great success. With her shop, she has been able to make over $70,000 a year without having to touch any inventory.In order to achieve this success, Emiche started selling printable planners on Etsy in 2017. She was able to see results very quickly, and soon began improving her listing photos and making videos for her listings. This is when she realized the potential of digital products on Etsy.The key to success in the digital product industry is to find the sub-niches within one niche. For example, if someone wanted to start selling printables, they should focus on a specific niche, such as the kids niche. This way, they can focus on creating products specifically for that niche, and target their marketing efforts accordingly.Another important factor to consider is the competition. Emiche recommends researching the competition to make sure that the chosen niche is not oversaturated. This will help ensure that there is still potential for success.In conclusion, targeting sub-niches is a great way to succeed in the digital product industry. Emiche's success is a testament to the potential of digital products on Etsy, and her advice on researching the competition and finding sub-niches within one niche is invaluable. With the right approach, anyone can achieve success in the digital product industry.High margin digital products.Digital products are a great way to make money online, and they tend to have high margins. Emiche, a successful digital product creator, has found success on Etsy by targeting sub-niches. She advises researching the competition and finding sub-niches within one niche in order to stand out. She also recommends using tools like Canva to make designing easier and pricing items on the higher end. Emiche relies mainly on Etsy SEO and Pinterest Ads to drive traffic to her listings.Emiche's success is a great example of how digital products can be a lucrative business. Digital products have the advantage of being easy to produce and having high margins. With the right approach, anyone can make money with digital products. Emiche recommends researching the competition and finding sub-niches within one niche to stand out. She also suggests using tools like Canva to make designing easier and pricing items on the higher end. Emiche relies mainly on Etsy SEO and Pinterest Ads to drive traffic to her listings.Emiche's success is a testament to the potential of digital products on Etsy. With the right approach, anyone can achieve success in the digital product industry. Emiche's advice on researching the competition and finding sub-niches within one niche is invaluable. Digital products are a great way to make money online, and they tend to have high margins. With the right approach and the right tools, anyone can make money with digital products.Add value to stand out.One of the key strategies Emiche uses to stand out from the competition is to add value. She doesn't just copy what other people have done, she takes an idea and makes it better. For example, if she sees a one-page document for sale, she tries to make it five pages and add more color options and better design. She also tries to make better listing images than the competition. This approach has allowed her to make over $72,000 in the past year.Adding value is a great way to stand out from the competition. It's not enough to just copy what other people have done. You need to think of ways to make your product better and more appealing to potential customers. This could mean adding more features, improving the design, or offering better customer service. Whatever it is, it should be something that makes your product stand out from the competition.In conclusion, Emiche's success is proof that you can make money in the digital product industry. Her approach to adding value to her products has allowed her to stand out from the competition and make a significant amount of money. If you want to make money with digital products, you should take her advice and think of ways to add value to your products. This will help you stand out from the competition and make more money.Data-driven decisions increase success.Data-driven decisions are essential for success in any business. This is especially true in the digital product industry. Emiche, a successful digital product seller, has found success by making data-driven decisions. She uses a tool called Everbee to analyze search volumes and make sure her products are highly visible on Etsy. She has also used data-driven decisions to improve the quality of her products. She is constantly looking for ways to make her products better and more valuable to her customers.Emiche's success is a testament to the power of data-driven decisions. By using data to make decisions, she has been able to increase her visibility on Etsy and improve the quality of her products. This has allowed her to stand out from the competition and make a significant amount of money.Data-driven decisions can help you succeed in any business. It is important to analyze data and use it to make decisions about your products. This will help you stand out from the competition and make more money. It is also important to use data to improve the quality of your products. This will help you provide more value to your customers and make more money.Emiche has found success by making data-driven decisions. She has used data to increase her visibility on Etsy and improve the quality of her products. This has allowed her to make a significant amount of money and stand out from the competition. If you want to be successful in the digital product industry, you should take her advice and make data-driven decisions. This will help you increase your visibility and make more money.
2/25/202320 minutes, 6 seconds
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Successful Etsy Sellers Coaches with 10+ Years of Experience Reveal Their Methods to Grow Students Shops to $100,000 a Year

Brad and Melissa McDonald are full-time Etsy sellers and coaches who have spent over 13 years helping hundreds of Etsy shops grow their businesses, and discuss the inner workings of Etsy and tips for success. Brad had a business brokering company, but left to join forces with Melissa and help other Etsy shop owners with their shops in 2015.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they marketing their Etsy shops and so much more. EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy.  It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business. Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioKey points and time stamps:2:12 Help others succeed online5:05 Research strategies for success on Etsy9:09 Increasing organic visits daily20:24 Focus on organic growth25:12 Focus on one type of product
2/14/202333 minutes, 27 seconds
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Building a Million Dollar a Year Etsy Business with Hannah Gardner

Today we're joined by Hannah Gardner, a full-time Etsy seller and online entrepreneur, to hear about her journey to making a million dollars a year in sales from her Etsy business. She explains the different marketing strategies she used to gain success, from media buying to creating funnels, as well as how she overcame the challenges of working with different e-commerce companies and their different needs, wants, fears, and goals.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they marketing their Etsy shops and so much more. EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy.  It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business. Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioKey points and time stamps:3:15 E-commerce fundamentals are key.10:01 Partners increase  success.15:01 Follow trends, not invent them.23:29 Learn customer journey.28:26 Demand matters for success.30:19 Make data-driven decisions.39:04 Invest in marketing and research.45:34 Bundle items to increase CTR.51:55 Data-driven decisions are key.
2/7/202352 minutes, 26 seconds
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Strategies for Consistently Growing Your Print on Demand Etsy Shop Sales with Cassiy Johnson

On this podcast we're joined by Cassiy Johnson who in two years has increased her sales to $500K. Cassiy lost her job in 2020 and decided to open up an Etsy store to sell print on demand products. With the help of a YouTube video, she opened her store within 24 hours and saw immediate success, as her mother-in-law purchased a product, and it sparked the algorithm to show it to more people.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they marketing their Etsy shops and so much more. EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy.  It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business. Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioKey points and time stamps:4:30 Start simple and don't overthink.10:13 Do more of what works.14:16 Diversify to stand out.17:16 Test different designs to succeed.28:23 Track competitors' success.33:06 Take professional photos.37:00 Plan ahead for holidays.45:16 Optimize your Etsy tags
1/31/202345 minutes, 51 seconds
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Jenny's Story of Growing Her Etsy Shop Into a Passive Income Money-Generating Machine

On this podcast we're joined by Jenny, a full-time Etsy seller and TikTok educator, who talks about how she quit her job and moved to Greece as a successful Print On Demand seller. Jenny shares her journey of how she started learning this business model, her successful strategies to get her shop running, and how she now makes a passive income thanks to her 4,000 listings.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they marketing their Etsy shops and so much more. EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy.  It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business. Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioKey points and time stamps:4:41 the right way to start an Etsy shop12:30 Design for the customer24:48 Make more designs in niche25:18 Organize your shop for discoverability 35:01 Test and measure Etsy ads37:13 Know your profit margins by heart
1/27/202339 minutes, 16 seconds
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How to Generate Over $250,000/yr Selling Print-on-Demand Products on Etsy with Heather Johnson

In this podcast, Heather Johnson talks about her journey to becoming a full-time Etsy seller of print-on-demand products. She started her shop in 2020 during the pandemic, but eventually had to close it due to a lack of customers and issues with order fulfillment. However, in January 2021, she re-opened her store and was able to generate over $250,000 in sales last year without touching any inventory. The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they marketing their Etsy shops and so much more. EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy.  It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business. Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioKey points and time stamps:5:56 Stay motivated and be persistent10:31 Ranking on Etsy 10115:30 Find passionate niche customers who are recurring customers19:45 Don't spam Facebook groups27:00 Sell one product in one niche34:49 Post more listings to succeed36:22 Quality over quantity for success41:49 Use data to make decisions
1/18/202342 minutes, 25 seconds
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How to go from full-time job to full-time Etsy seller with Brandon Timothy (Part 2)

In part two of a two-part podcast, Brandon Timothy speaks to the audience about how he quit his full-time job to become a full-time Etsy seller. He owns four shops which generate multiple six figures per year. Brandon explains that the ceiling of revenue depends on the product category and the strategy used to reach customers. He also encourages potential Etsy sellers to reverse engineer their goals and use Everbee to learn more about Etsy and its capabilities. Ultimately, Brandon emphasizes the importance of believing in yourself in order to succeed.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they marketing their Etsy shops and so much more. EverBee is a Etsy product analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy.  It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery so they can get their first Etsy sales and grow their business. Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioKey points and time stamps:- Growing an business is a process you do every day- Focus on top sellers' elements- How to get to a tipping point and not quit to early too early will create zero results- Trust the algorithm and be patient- Analyze data line by line- Optimize listings for success
1/5/202328 minutes, 46 seconds
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How to Run Multiple Six-figure Etsy Shops with Brandon Timothy (Part 1)

In this podcast, Brandon Timothy Wong shares his inspirational story of how he left a stable full-time job to become a full-time Etsy seller who owns four shops and generates multiple six figures a year. He talks about how his journey started ten years ago but it has taken him around five to six years to become a full-time seller. Brandon discusses Etsy ads, ranking, product niches, profit margins and more, emphasizing the need to understand the ‘business of art’ and not just the creation. He encourages patience and reminds social media’s depiction of ‘overnight success’ is often not true.The Etsy Seller Podcast is hosted by Cody McGuffie, CEO and founder of EverBee. In each weekly episode of this podcast, you’ll hear from experienced Etsy Sellers on how they run their Etsy business, how they got their first sales on Etsy, how they marketing their Etsy shops and so much more.EverBee is a Etsy products analytics tool that helps Etsy sellers find best selling products and keywords so they can sell more on Etsy.  It helps Etsy sellers speed up product research and product discovery. Sign up for EverBee for free at the link - https://everbee.ioKey points and time stamps:00:04:39 Patience leads to success00:05:08 Take risks and persistently pursue dreams00:13:05 Combine passion, skills, and research00:16:45 Test product visuals first00:25:56 Use data to make decisions00:26:14 Make valuable content
12/24/202226 minutes, 33 seconds