Building a Standalone Craft Shop with WordPress and Woocommerce Welcome to Episode 20 of the Craft Seller Success podcast. Have you considered a standalone craft shop? WordPress and the popular Woocommerce plugin can be used to create beautiful, flexible, feature-rich
I am starting the New Year by redesigning and improving the Tin Teddy website and blog. Therefore, for a few days, there will be some irregularities in the way the site behaves. There may be broken links, missing pictures or
With the New Year rapidly approaching and the Christmas rush dying down, here are ten ideas for ways you could tweak your online craft business to help get more sales (yay!) 1 – Refresh your pictures Check out your competition,
I have been doing quite a lot of FutureLearn (www.Futurelearn.com) courses lately. They are free to do and last between 2 and 8 weeks. You can do them at your own pace as long as you register during the official
Starting out on Etsy can seem very much an uphill struggle, and every day there is more competition to contend with. Etsy Rank is a very useful free-to-use website that can help even the most experienced sellers polish their shop.
After a lot of preparation and research I am finally able to offer the Tin Teddy Etsy Shop Critique and Review for Etsy shop owners. I will look over your shop in detail, looking at all areas including your product
From the 13th July 2014 the Distance Trading Standards have been replaced with the new European Union Directive on Consumer Rights. These are the basic laws that all EU based online sellers must follow. Different EU countries may have slight