Class Overview

Etsy Logo - Continuing Education at Seattle Central College

Etsy is the largest e-commerce website devoted to handmade, vintage items and supplies.

Learn about Etsy from a former employee who spent seven years working with sellers.

Explore Etsy's seller tools and policies, pricing strategies, getting clicks and sales, branding and trends, and best practices for dealing with buyers.

We'll do a product critique, photoshoot, and create a prototype Etsy shop (for US-based sellers; fiscal and legal aspects excluded).

Bring a sample of your wares and a simple digital camera or camera phone.

An $8 materials fee is due to the instructor on the first day of class.

Note: This class is offered through North Seattle College and is located on their main campus in Maple Leaf/ Northgate.

Learning Outcomes

  • Become familiar with Etsy's seller tools and policies, pricing strategies, branding, trends, and best practices for dealing with buyers
  • Gain experience critiquing your product to understand how you might be able to improve it
  • Create a prototype Etsy shop

 

Who Should Take This Class?

Anyone interested in selling handmade, vintage items and supplies.

Current users of Etsy who want to improve their success rate.

 

Session Details

  • Class ID: 6244
  • Instructor: Staff at North Seattle College
  • When: 2 days, Sat & Sun; 10/5-10/6; 9:30 AM-4 PM
  • Total Number of Hours: 12
  • Where: Building and room TBA; 9600 College Way N, Seattle WA 98103
  • Fee: $149
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