I’m so excited to announce my latest class, “Etsy Listings: Learn to Create Etsy Product Listings That Get Seen. (For beginner to intermediate Etsy sellers.)” has just gone live! In it, you will learn how to write Etsy product listings that get seen and convert.
I’ve taught a few classes on Skillshare (like, Affiliate Marketing Side Hustle: A New Entrepreneur’s Guide) but in those classes I never really go into the anatomy of a successful Etsy listing — even though I jumped ahead and created a class about promoting your Etsy shop (or blog, Shopify shop, etc.) called Promoting Your Online Business on Pinterest (Especially for artists, makers, and creatives!). That is… Until now!
How to Write Etsy Product Listings That Get Seen and Convert
In this new class I fill in the missing links and I cover topics like:
- The basics of Etsy SEO
- Finding the best keywords for your listings
- How to use the keywords
- Where to use the keywords
As well as important topics like connecting with your potential customers, some lesser-known SEO tactics, and more!
There is a lot packed into a 30 minute class! And… after that, when you’re ready to promote your Etsy shop, you can take, “Create + Captivate: 30 days of engaging Instagram photo prompts for Etsy sellers, makers and artists.“
I was checking my stats the other day, and at least 235 new Etsy businesses have started because of my classes and this blog. That’s just the number of people who used my referral link and got their first 40 Etsy listings FREE. But that number is exciting and humbling. (On Skillshare alone I have almost 36,000 students who have watched almost 812,000 minutes of my classes as of February 2020!!) All of this is truly amazing to me! I don’t say it to brag at all, I’m sharing it because teaching has been a life-long dream for me, and now it’s coming true. #AllTheFeels
If you’re not familiar with Skillshare, it’s an online learning platform, kind of like Netflix, but for business, creative, and technical classes. Premium members get to watch as many classes at they want to each month. If you’ve never tried it before, you can try it FREE for the next TWO months by clicking here (or on any of the class links in this post).
I hope you’ll come watch “Etsy Listings: Learn to Create Etsy Product Listings That Get Seen & Sell” if it’s something you’re interested in. And I’m always open to feedback about what my students want to learn next, too. So feel free to contact me.
Here are just a few of the nice things people are saying about How to Write Etsy Product Listings That Get Seen and Convert:
“I absolutely recommend this class to anyone wanting to learn out to properly list your products on Etsy. This is the best video for beginners and those who are having a hard time listing their products. I was lost and stuck on how to list my products but this video helped me relist one product. Now I just have to finish the other 38 listings. I wish you all good luck with your product listings.” — Harley Jones
“Loved this class. She explains things so well and in detail, but it isn’t overwhelming. I learned a ton of new info and tips that I’m really excited to start using!” — Lauren Blyler
“This was so helpful! I am in the last stages of prep before posting my first listing on etsy- and this class was so helpful in making sure I didn’t leave anything out. I will be viewing your Pinterest course that you promoted and probably start following your blog as well. Thanks again!” — Phoebe King
“This was great in every way! It is short and to the point which makes it very easy to complete the class and get the vital information you need. Thank you so much for offering this class, anyone with an Etsy store or thinking of opening one (like me) so should definitely spend half an hour and go through this. Time very well spent! “ — Lori Jones
“Wasn’t sure I could manage an Etsy store, but I feel a lot more confident now. Really great class, very informative!” — Sandra Sadler, Calligraphic Designer
“I’ve been selling on Etsy for a few years now, but the information covered in this class makes me feel like a beginner… I’m so glad I tuned in!” — Marianne Henning
And many, many more!