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Cricut & Silhouette Business Tips: Selling On Etsy Vs. Shopify

Cricut & Silhouette Business Tips: Selling On Etsy Vs. Shopify



When you want to start selling online, where do you go? Many people wonder if they should go on Etsy vs. Shopify – I’ve been selling on Etsy for many years and am on Shopify as well and here’s what I think you should do. I’ll go over the pros and cons so you can make the right choice for your Cricut or Silhouette business.

*** Resources ***
Get 40 free listings on Etsy when you start a new shop – https://etsy.me/2MaWOyr
Sign up for Shopify – http://myshopify.com

*** About Bethany & Board & Batten Design ***
Bethany is the designer and owner of Board & Batten Design Co., a commercial use SVG company.

With both formal and self-taught education in business & marketing, as well as hands-on experience operating a business since 2012 with her Silhouette Cameo craft cutter, she has learned a TON of business strategies, systems, and tricks for selling her creations.

Now, her focus is to provide high quality SVG art files for her customers as well as share her business knowledge to help you run a profitable business.

Blog | http://www.boardbattendesign.com
Shop | http://shop.boardbattendesign.com

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3 thoughts on “Cricut & Silhouette Business Tips: Selling On Etsy Vs. Shopify

  1. Marian Pena

    I don't necessarily disagree with this, but I suppose I can see that etsy would be good for building a business, but I believe many people will tell you that switching even your domain name to a new domain name is like rebuilding your business. If you start on etsy, it would be difficult to later move to Shopify if you closed your etsy shop down just willy nilly after making the move. While I don't really know the ins and outs of either business, I know that unless you have some type of newsletter with both of these shops you need to tell people about new products, changes in your business, etc… Once you start at either, I do believe you are stuck at either one, because you don't want to lose that built up business you've already worked so hard to achieve. If you start at etsy, and later switch to shopify, you'd at least want to keep something on etsy to let people know you moved even if you only have one or two products left on etsy.

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