In this third Folksy Listing Review, we look at a beautiful Oval Ceramic Pot made by Lorna from The Potting Studio, and consider how her listing could be improved.
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Introducing semantic image names on Folksy
We recently made a change to the way images are labelled on Folksy. Here we explain the reasons behind the change, how it affects your shop and how you can make the most of the new system to get your products seen.
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Product Listing Review No. 2 – Hand-knitted striped cushion cover
In this video series we review products listings on Folksy, focusing on one product in each episode, and suggest how it could be improved to increase its chance of being seen and sold. In this episode, we look at a lovely stripy cushion cover by Helen Stuart from Knitted Up North.
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Product Listing Review No. 1 – Wee House Necklace
In this new video series, we review listings on Folksy, focusing on one product in each episode, and suggest changes that could be made to the title, description, tags and elsewhere, to boost its chances of being seen and sold. We kick off the series with a lovely wee necklace by Oku Designs.
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How To Write A Fantastic ‘About’ Page for your Folksy shop
There’s a skill to writing a good About page. See it as a way to start creating a relationship with your customers – you can use it to build trust, tell your story and explain what they get when they buy something from you, why you do what you do and what makes you special. Martha Moger explains how to get it right.