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How to Sell on Etsy with Instagram
- Selling on Etsy Made (Ridiculously) Easy, Book 4
- Narrated by: Rich McVicar
- Length: 1 hr and 37 mins
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Discover: Secrets to selling on Etsy with Instagram!
Want to learn how to sell more of your crafts (without having to rely on Etsy for traffic)?
Looking for a no B.S. and super-simple guide to using Instagram to spreading the word about your crafts?
Worry not! Because in How to Sell on Etsy with Instagram you'll find out:
- How to optimize your Instagram account for awesomeness
- How to create the ultimate Instagram profit funnel
- Seven secrets to profitable Instagram content
- The how, what, where and when of Instagram posting amazing-ness
- Four keys to building a rabid army of Instagram followers
- ...and so much more!
And each chapter includes easy-to-follow action steps to help you boost your Instagram game - without having to read (or listen to) some 429-page manual.
So, why not begin your quest toward Etsy-selling awesomeness...and listen to How to Sell on Etsy with Instagram today!
About the author: Charles Huff is a former cubicle monkey turned Etsy seller and author. He's also the founder and editor of Craft Biz Insider - an inbox magazine dedicated to helping Etsy crafters sell more, work less, and spend more of their time being creative.
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- Anonymous User
Thank you for all the great Information. You shared very vital information that can help any business. I will listen again!
- Alisha francis
Yes! I am going to listen to this book a couple times!
This book provides strategies and gives something more than I expected. It was very well payed out and cohesive! There were a few stumbles and at times the vernacular was awkward but the information was communicated well!