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I haven't, but want to try Artfire, though I still have to renew my visa card...I have been on Etsy for 3 years, and quite content with the site's appearance and organization. I think its better to start slow and move slowly, get the feel of the place and know your prospective customers.Maybe my tip would be: don't buy any online course or invest in anything, just register, set up shop, and learn as-you-go. Btw, Etsy has a lot of free resources and tips for sellers.
- Mimi -Thanks for the advice, I appreciate it. I never even heard of Artfire before except here in blogland. I don't even know if most people know about it. I guess I'm just wondering if I should waste my time and effort an another website to sell things that I make.Thanks again for the help.
A lot depends on how much they charge you. I saw a lot of jewelry there that was supposed to be handcrafted but I don't think it was. That's another thing. You have to make jewelry and not just assemble parts for it to be called "handcrafted" for any museum, why not for an Artfire?
- Zippi -Well, I added myself to ArtFire so we'll see how that goes.I am on a trial offer for now, and then after thirty days I have to pay to be on there. Hopefully, by the time thirty days comes up, I will have made a sale or two.
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