Now that we are in the second month of the year and things will be slowing down (briefly) after Valentine’s Day, a lot of online shop owners are ready to iron out the kinks and get busy with a professional looking site and shop. I honestly can’t believe that we are in the month of February already. Where is the time going?! If you are one of those people, you should check out Goodsie.
It’s super affordable, easy to use, and you’ll feel like a legit shop owner. No clutter or competition like you may find on some other sites where you can sell your wares. And you can track sales analytics, create targeted marketing campaigns, print shipping labels, pretty much everything you can think of. More info here.
Back when I had my little vintage shop (way back when), I looked at a ton of storefront options before settling on one. And one thing that helped me decide was looking at shops from artists and artisans who were already using the platform. So, I did some digging, and if are wondering who else is using this e-commerce solution, I have you covered. I found some awesome shops that are using Goodsie and they’re online stores look pretty dang…well…good.
Great Goodsie shops: Object // The Made Shop // Debbie Carlos (one of my favorite artists) // Neighborwood Maps // Ample Furniture *Discover more here.
Want more info? Visit Goodsie now to get all the details on opening a storefront of your own.
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New selling platform, Goodsie, looks like Etsy on steroids. http://t.co/Susb6yLr No competitors drawing customer attention away – still…Laura C. George (@Laura_C_George)
Love this website, thanks for sharing. I will definitely be experimenting with this for my selling my stationery online! xJen
Glad to hear that Bethany. I just checked out your blog and am freaking out over the animal crate cabinets you just posted. So cool! Glad I found you. 🙂papernstitch
I’m so glad you posted about this! I’ve never heard of Goodsie and have spent time recently looking at various online store options to use in addition to my shop on Etsy. This looks like a great option – so clean and organized!Bethany
RT @goodsiesupport: Thanks to @papernstitch for featuring us as a top e-commerce solution! Find the full review on her blog at http://t.co/SN8j5C3l.Scot Drucker (@ScottyD30)
RT @goodsiesupport: Thanks to @papernstitch for featuring us as a top e-commerce solution! Find the full review on her blog at http://t.co/SN8j5C3l.jonathanmarcus (@jonathanmarcus)
Thanks to @papernstitch for featuring us as a top e-commerce solution! Find the full review on her blog at http://t.co/SN8j5C3l.Goodsie (@goodsiesupport)
Back when I had my little vintage shop (way back when)… http://t.co/Wh6q42yT check it out @goodsiesupport(@papernstitch) (@papernstitch)
Oh, this is Good(sie).: Now that we are in the second month of the year and things will beâ€¦ http://t.co/F8oRTecm(@papernstitch) (@papernstitch)