Posts Tagged ‘Etsy shop’
It’s not a mistery to anyone who knows me that I hate plying, although I love 2ply fine yarns.
Deciding to spin a 2ply is always a suffering, yet I can’t help it when I feel the softness of a superfine merino roving.
These are the latest adds to my collection:
As soon as I have some decent pictures, I’ll be uploading them to my Etsy shop.
I write this post just to share the most useful tools I use to have control on my Etsy shop stat.
They are surely already well known, but just in case…
Statsy has many interesting features, like Vutrac, a cool tool which allows you track each of your items’ views and hearts across periods of time, or a Locator, that searches Etsy search results for an item and tells you on which page and what place it is. The Colormatic is a nifty little tool that can show you which color Etsy thinks a listing is. It’s this color value which is used for the Color Search feature. Through Statsy.org you can also see who likes most your Esty products and subscribe to receive an e-mail every time you get featured on Etsy’s front page.
Craftopolis has as slight different approach. It counts your Etsy hearts, but also tells you when you get included in an Etsy treasure. It can give you some nice surprises!
Craftcult is my favorite. Everything here is clean and simple. Do you want to know how many hearts you have? Use Heart-O-Matic and you will now. Do you want to know the hearts number for every single item? Heart-O-Matic can do this as well.
Check it out! It’s addictive!