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Etsy’s Guide to Facebook handmade and vintage goods


At any given moment, hundreds of millions of people are logging onto Facebook and browsing their News Feeds. With a Facebook Page, you can tap into that captive audience and make it easier for people to find and spread the word about your shop. The key with Facebook (and all social media) is that it is less about explicitly trying to promote things, and more about forging connections, sharing interesting tid-bits, and having fun!

If you don’t have a Facebook Page yet, but would like one,  here’s a handy tutorial on getting started. Don’t forget to connect your Etsy shop to your Facebook and Twitter accounts, too!


So now that you have a Facebook Page, what do you say? You might be tempted to post every new listing to Facebook but that’s not going to win you any sales or fans.

Getting to know you: I like learning about an artist as a person. I am interested in seeing new work and hearing about events such as sales, shows, and blog posts. What I don’t like is spam. New listings one after another clutter my feed. — Cindy Steiler from  MarysGranddaughter

Spam I am (not): If all I get in my stream are advertisements for your product, I hide you. If, on the other hand, you inform and entertain me I’ll keep you in my stream and visit your page now and then. — Vicky Bell from  FreshUrbanVintage

So while the occasional listing is necessary, our community has suggestions on ways to keep your Facebook Page fresh, engaging, and relevant:

Working on it: Sharing work-in-progress with fans seems to work out very well. This allows your fans to see your creative process. Once a piece is completed I then blog about it, linking to that post from Facebook and list it for sale on Etsy. — Jessica Doyle

Be an inspiration: Every couple weeks I write an ‘article’ on something that inspires me, ‘jewels in history’ or something like that. They aren’t completely random. They all have something to do with what I make. — velvetotterhound

Personal effects: My most popular posts on my shop’s Facebook Page are always the ones about my cats or my family. I think it’s good to include a personal touch on your Page (without over-sharing), and not just promote your business in every post. — oldworldprimitives

Share the knowledge: Since I sell camera straps I try to post interesting articles and such about photography. I keep my fans engaged by asking them questions about photography, since most of my fans are professional photographers. — RhyahPapaya

The human touch: Most importantly, my fans like to see that I’m a human being. It’s like any other conversation — they like it when I ask about them, and when I do talk about myself, it’s best to talk about things that they can relate to whether it regards to something that I like to do, or what my future might hold. They also like it when I post pictures of my studio, or sneak peeks of what’s to come. Adding a little mystery always gets the fan’s interest! — Mary Recchia from megashark


Experiment and find what frequency of posting works for your content, audience, and voice.

Save it for later: Sometimes I have a ton of stuff I want to post about. What I end up doing is writing ideas for posts down as they occur to me and then space them out over a period of time. I really don’t like to post more than 3-4 times per week. — Angela from ShopSomethingBlue

Keep it consistent: A lot of people are saying “don’t over-post,” which I agree with, but I’ve also found that it’s very important to be a regular and consistent poster. The more consistent I am, the more Likes I get. I suppose it makes me appear serious and reliable as a business owner. — Mary Recchia from megashark


Social media isn’t a one-way channel. You can make your Page more effective by focusing on connecting, rather than broadcasting.

Ask for feedback: Make the effort to include your customers in your design process. They are, after all, the ones who will or won’t buy from you. Listen to them and ask open-ended questions — and stay away from the yes or no, like-this-if-you-agree kind. — PhanieMarie

The name game: I keep it personal by using their name in the reply, so fans know I’m a real person capable of making human connections. — Mary from FrayedFuzzies

Be responsive: When someone asks a question or has feedback, definitely respond to it in a timely manner. It will make your shop even more approachable to potential customers. — inediblejewelry

Niceness counts: Definitely be nice to people and get to know your followers. If they like you, they will look at your stuff. If they look at your stuff, they are more apt to buy. So always be super kind (genuine, but kind) to all followers. I had one girl who really likes to message me and tell me what is wrong with each inidividual painting (“I don’t like your style in that one…” “The background is too dark…” “I don’t even get that — what are you trying to get at?”), and it makes me want to scream. But, I accept her views and always reply carefully and kindly. As a result, despite the constant criticism, she has bought a decent amount of my work! So you never know! — Loki Ryeland from PaintingsbyLoki

Build relationships: Interaction with others is a wonderful source of inspiration and drive. That is the goal of my Facebook Page, not sales (not directly anyway). Through building relationships with your followers you will gain sales, emotion-based sales (those are the ones that turn into word of mouth advertising). — Rebecca from Athenianaire

Gaining an Audience

How do you connect with potential fans? Here are top tips from sellers:

Automate it: In your auto-response to your buyers, put a blurb about liking your shop on Facebook to be the first to hear about promotions. — GeekGirlVintage

Invitation enclosed: For getting “quality” fans, and not just playing the “Like my page and I’ll like yours” game, when I send a thank-you after an item has shipped, I include an invitation for them to join my Page and sign up for my newsletter. — Mary from FrayedFuzzies

A little help from your friends: To those with just one or two likes, make sure to check the right-hand column of your Page where you’ll see an “invite friends” link. That will send an invitation to your page to your whole friends list on Facebook. It will get you a nice jump start. — maryannfarley

Climb the networking ladder: Networking ladders (such as The Craft Show, and Addicted to Networking on Facebook) are a great way for those who start at ground zero. It may not bring you ‘true’ fans, but when you have nowhere to start, it gets your product out there fast. — Crystal from WhimsicalMai

Slow and steady: Accumulate true fans little by little. Having 2,000 fans that are not interested in what you have to say isn’t as effective as having 200 who love hearing from you. — Cordelia J. Smith from  sweetpetula

List it: And use your lists! Different lists should be marketed to differently. Don’t spam your family! — Vicky Bell from FreshUrbanVintage


The occasional promotion can be a great way to reward your fans and drive traffic to your shop. Here are some ideas:

Members only: Give your fans exclusive perks. We occasionally will throw out a % off coupon code, or a free shipping code on our page only for our Facebook fans. — SerenityInChains

Bring ’em over: When I first started my Facebook Page, I went to my LinkedIn account and invited everyone over, not just to “like” the page, but to enter my first contest giveaway! It really worked in those early days in gaining likes. — maryannfarley

Seller beware: Giveaways (hosted by popular blogs or Facebook Pages) increase “likes” very quickly but I have noticed those are very often not quality likes. — PBlossomBoutique

Your Page Look

Here are some ideas for making your Page look enticing to your fans:

Cream at the top: I always make sure my best items/images are in the top 5 thumbnails on the Page. You can easily tick the little ‘X’ in the corner and make your recent uploads vanish. — missbelluk

Create your own world: To get fans to like my Page, I created a landing page that gives my fans an idea of what my page has to offer, such as coupon codes, sneak peeks and giveaways. Once they like, they’re taken to a welcome page with an ongoing coupon code for fans only. I also created a custom profile picture that is much taller than a standard photo and acts more like a banner with information than just an avatar. — RhyahPapaya

Safe place to land: Make a Facebook landing page that non-fans will automatically be directed to that literally tells them to “like” your page, and why (mine says “Click ‘like’ above to keep informed about shop news, updates, and sales”). Google “Facebook landing page” for instructions on how to do so. Made a huge difference for me! — Julie Morris from BuffaloLucy

And finally, make time for making things. The best piece of advice:

Keep a balance: Don’t sit on Facebook all day. — LonesomeRoadStudio


What are your Facebook tips? Share in the comments below!

  • filix

    filix says:

    Seriously, these tips are so fantastic! I'm gonna go brush up my fan page now! looove that etsy is helping on the networking side of things now too :)

    4 years ago

  • RivalryTime

    RivalryTime says:

    Wonderful tips. Thank you.

    4 years ago

  • iTagStudios

    iTagStudios says:

    Thank you so much.

    4 years ago

  • LittleWrenPottery

    LittleWrenPottery says:

    Great tips, I do use my facebook page regularly and have plenty of followers but struggle to engage them sometimes. I think occasionally people don't want to be 'seen' as responding!

    4 years ago

  • AntoinettesWhims

    AntoinettesWhims says:

    Thanks for the tips! I may have to consider facebook.

    4 years ago

  • MerCurios

    MerCurios says:

    I so needed this right now, thank you. I have both a personal and business Facebook page and I'm Twitter as well. I rarely update my personal page, and have a hard time with what to say on the business page. As an introvert by nature, I spend most of my time on Twitter, where I can connect with my 'friends/followers/customers' and build relationships in a non-committal sort of way. I recently added a landing page to my Facebook wall & have seen a steady influx of likes, which is great. Now I just have to figure out how to keep them engaged. Lastly, I moved pages - any advice on how to get the 400+ fans I have on the old page over to the NEW one? xo, MJ

    4 years ago

  • katrinaalana

    katrinaalana says:

    Thanks for the Facebook tips. We haven't been active in the Facebook and this article really helps.

    4 years ago

  • poeticpieces

    poeticpieces says:

    I always post my new listings and get comment on them from my fans.But I haven't gotten a new fan since the very beginning. I am going to try to make it more personal great suggestions!

    4 years ago

  • GalleryJuana

    GalleryJuana says:

    great reminder about the thumbnail pics.

    4 years ago

  • dahliasoleil

    dahliasoleil says:

    Great advice.I post new products often and most of them are bought by fans.I don't post some items on Etsy right away so it gives my fans the feeling that they'll be the first to buy it.And they usually are.When they say "I want that" I set up a custom listing on Etsy for them.Feedback comments on new items on Facebook is an awesome tool.I also have a "custom orders" albums so they get to see what is possible for them to create their own vision.

    4 years ago

  • discerningchichi

    discerningchichi says:

    Love the idea of a landing page - thanks!

    4 years ago

  • necessitys

    necessitys says:

    This was most certainly a timely and helpful article for me. I've only recently been working with a Facebook page for my Etsy shop and although I've been able to increase the number of likes somewhat, I've increasingly felt something wrong with my page. Sort of like I know where I want to go, but feel I'm heading there in the wrong direction. This has helped tremendously in showing me ways to get on the right track. Look forward to more topics and conversations such as this. Thanks!

    4 years ago

  • LisamariesPiece

    LisamariesPiece says:

    Great and helpful tips! My fan page is fairly young, so these tips greatly help someone like me. Thanks for all the Etsians who submitted these tips!

    4 years ago

  • ekra

    ekra says:

    One thing I like to do on my Facebook page is take a quick picture of what I'm working on with my iPhone and upload it directly to Facebook. I also show pictures of my custom orders so people can see what I'm working on for others.

    4 years ago

  • ReAdore

    ReAdore says:

    Thanks for this, as I've only just created an Etsy page on Facebook!! It's good to have encouragement from others in similar circumstances :)

    4 years ago

  • Woodstorming

    Woodstorming says:

    Great tips! We learn a lot of new things almost everyday here on etsy :) Thank you :)

    4 years ago

  • caseyleacreations

    caseyleacreations says:

    Thank you for these wonderful tips! I'm definitely going to go jazz up my facebook page! :)

    4 years ago

  • chifinds

    chifinds says:

    Great advice! I just started my fb page this week. This article could not have come at a better time! ♥ Chi

    4 years ago

  • HealthyReflections

    HealthyReflections says:

    I have yet to create my Etsy page on Facebook. I really appreciate all of the information. Thanks!

    4 years ago

  • LoveAtFirstBlush

    LoveAtFirstBlush says:

    Thank you for the great tips Laura! It's just what I needed since I started my Facebook page last week. I would also like to add that Facebook has outlined promotion guidelines that everyone should read. If you aren't playing by their rules, they can shut your page down!

    4 years ago

  • Iammie

    Iammie says:

    Thanks for the tips!

    4 years ago

  • oldworldprimitives

    oldworldprimitives says:

    Lots of really helpful advice here - glad I could contribute to it. :)

    4 years ago

  • missbelluk

    missbelluk says:

    Brill, happy to help : )

    4 years ago

  • CraftyDesignsbyBeth

    CraftyDesignsbyBeth says:

    Help! I linked up my FB page and posted an item but I never got the option to post it on FB. What did I do wrong?? :-)

    4 years ago

  • JillianReneDecor

    JillianReneDecor says:

    Thanks so much for sharing all of your tips!

    4 years ago

  • LivingVintage

    LivingVintage says:

    Great advice! My page has been languishing.

    4 years ago

  • LittleWeeShop

    LittleWeeShop says:

    Thank goodness for this post! I've created my page now it's getting down to business... Wonderful tips I'll be referring back to this post often.

    4 years ago

  • CelibelleQc

    CelibelleQc says:

    Great tips! Our page is lacking interest. I'll be trying this once I'm done with my other job ;P

    4 years ago

  • brightANDcloudy

    brightANDcloudy says:

    thanks for the tips. i am struggling with my facebook page now. this was a great help.

    4 years ago

  • brightANDcloudy

    brightANDcloudy says:

    thank you. this will be a great help. im currently struggling with my facebook page.

    4 years ago

  • CatherinetteRings

    CatherinetteRings says:

    Great Tips , Facebook has been very good for me .

    4 years ago

  • LoveTheBaby

    LoveTheBaby says:

    Creating a Facebook page is on my list and I appreciate all the input and advice from Etsy sellers.

    4 years ago

  • yvonneraley

    yvonneraley says:

    But how do you get your etsy to connect to your fan page instead of your regular page (which is not for my etsy)?

    4 years ago

  • RBJohnson

    RBJohnson says:

    Awesome article, it's things I've seen other successful businesses do, but never thought to do this, as I felt it impersonal. However I realize that these exact points such as a 'be responsive' and the store using my name, 'Build relationships' & regular updates, not being too frequent, has kept me peeking into their shops regularly & eventually purchasing, not only online but at their physical stores as well... Thank you

    4 years ago

  • Soulfireartisan

    Soulfireartisan says:

    Great information!!! Thanks!

    4 years ago

  • barbiej1

    barbiej1 says:

    Thanks so much! Great ideas

    4 years ago

  • Jewelrybynala

    Jewelrybynala says:

    The only thing I would add is this. While promoting your business and making Facebook friends using all this wonderful advice, I believe it's important to keep in mind that we don't always know who's watching what we post to social networks, so it is probably a good idea to protect our personal identity and information to a reasonable extent. You can still be a friendly person and an effective representative of your products without letting everyone in the world know exactly where you live, sharing too many details of your children's lives, etc. Let's remember to be careful out there ... ;)

    4 years ago

  • smittenforyou

    smittenforyou says:

    These are great! Thank you for all of the amazing advice :)

    4 years ago

  • velvetotterhound

    velvetotterhound says:

    How fun! Thanks for including one of my suggestions. Send me a friend request on facebook:

    4 years ago

  • LilachOren

    LilachOren says:

    Thank you! amazing tips!

    4 years ago

  • VintageRoseShop

    VintageRoseShop says:

    This is such great advice, and perfect timing for me as I am about to set up my FB page very soon! It's all a bit new to me, so I really appreciate such tried and tested wisdom!! Thanks everyone :)

    4 years ago

  • Szandika

    Szandika says:

    Many thanks!:) I hope this will help with my Etsy shop and my page as well :) Greetings from Hungary :)

    4 years ago

  • GyurMania

    GyurMania says:

    Many thanks!:) I hope this will help with my Etsy shop and my page as well :) Greetings from Hungary :)

    4 years ago

  • ssmdesign

    ssmdesign says:

    I've been meaning to customize my fan page for ages, no time like the present : ) THANKS!!!

    4 years ago

  • HILDEBRANDTfashion

    HILDEBRANDTfashion says:

    great tips! I'm gonna work on my Facebook page tomorrow! (cause in Europe its late evening now :)

    4 years ago

  • kindygarden

    kindygarden says:

    This is so helpful! Thanks for putting it together!

    4 years ago

  • LauraMaeJewelry

    LauraMaeJewelry says:

    This is all great advice! I've been meaning to update my page and now I have some sound advice and inspiration! Thanks again!!

    4 years ago

  • sassandperil

    sassandperil says:

    Such great tips! Off to implement a few to my own fan page!

    4 years ago

  • TheDomesticDame

    TheDomesticDame says:

    Really informative and user friendly. Thanks :)

    4 years ago

  • OrwellandGoode

    OrwellandGoode says:

    Wow! Thank you, just when you think you have done all your research - there's more to learn HOORAY! Well done Etsy x

    4 years ago

  • sophiemarie

    sophiemarie says:

    Thank you for the wonderful tips! We will start working on those right away. :)

    4 years ago

  • SparrowIronworks

    SparrowIronworks says:

    Another great tip I do to increase impressions & exposure is "like" other pages with similar interests and comment on their posts. I'm based in Durham, NC and sell my work regionally - so I focus on being an active "commentor" on regional activity.

    4 years ago

  • DevineCollectible

    DevineCollectible says:

    It's not so easy getting FB peeps to like U or follow U I have 3,200 FB friends most are musicians and they get just as many requests as I do it is good exposure any exposure as long as it is positive helps but not so easy peace and love Karen DevineCollectible

    4 years ago

  • HardlySimpleDesigns

    HardlySimpleDesigns says:

    I love this article. I really need to spruce up my Facebook page and social networking in general. It is difficult to determine what I should write about other than new products in the shop. Thanks for the info! Now I just need to work on blogging. :)

    4 years ago

  • marisraehandbags

    marisraehandbags says:

    thank you for the tips!

    4 years ago

  • windomartandheraldry

    windomartandheraldry says:

    I agree with couple of other replies; I dont want "customers" knowing about very much about my personal life. This is business.

    4 years ago

  • gentryscloset

    gentryscloset says:

    Love the tips! THanks so much!

    4 years ago

  • suzie2q

    suzie2q says:

    Great tips, thank - you for sharing. This is very helpful for me because I do tend to just post my new listings and not much else. This reminds me of where I want to go with my page :)

    4 years ago

  • gabriellaevabella

    gabriellaevabella says:

    helps so much! i just started a facebook page.

    4 years ago


    ARAZZB says:

    Totally gunna try this stuff out!

    4 years ago

  • barbaraportraits

    barbaraportraits says:

    Alot of great advice here for the FB if only you could add more hours to the day :o)

    4 years ago

  • mylovelysunshine

    mylovelysunshine says:

    Thank you for sharing! grate tips!

    4 years ago

  • SummerHolidayVintage

    SummerHolidayVintage says:

    Great advice! Thanks!

    4 years ago

  • colourLab

    colourLab says:

    One more tip, that is really very useful, is to register a username for your FB page. In that way you have a short URL that is very easy for your fans to remember and also very "tidy" to use it on your business cards or your promotions. You can do that by going to your page ->edit page ->basic information!!! Oh!! And one more thing!!! If you are going to use a landing page, make sure that you will make it your default landing page (otherwise has no meaning to use one since none will probably see it)!!! You can do that in edit page-> manage permissions!!! Hope that 'll help :-)

    4 years ago

  • katesy

    katesy says:

    I am just starting out on facebook and just loving it! But now I have a better idea of the purpose and style I want to achieve- thanks!

    4 years ago

  • wwchloerunning

    wwchloerunning says:

    Great advice! I have found that I get the most responses when I ask questions that have nothing to do with my blog - like 'what should I put in my son's lunch box?' I always get the most creative answers!

    4 years ago

  • craftsandlove

    craftsandlove says:

    This helps me so much! I was having trouble figuring out what to include on my page's Facebook because I do love promoting my shop on Facebook -- it is very profitable from my experience. But I was having trouble thinking of new ideas to include of my Etsy's page besides just listings. This really helps me out a lot! I didn't realize people wanted to see anything besides listing and new products, but I think they do! Thank you so much for this article, I will definitely re-read it a dozen more times! :)

    4 years ago

  • kathyoinspirations

    kathyoinspirations says:

    Fantastic tips...especially the tip from GeekGirlVintage about including your Facebook info in your auto-response to buyers!

    4 years ago

  • TheNakedOrchid

    TheNakedOrchid says:

    Thank you for the wonderful tips! A friend also just offered to help me tweak, brush up and re-set my settings, etc. ;) Happy tweaking everyone!

    4 years ago

  • lizdezign

    lizdezign says:

    Great tips! I will have to read this more than once... Can anyone tell me how to separate my personal facebook page from a business page?

    4 years ago

  • IndianSummerUK

    IndianSummerUK says:

    Brilliant ....thank-you x

    4 years ago

  • shopheather

    shopheather says:

    Hi All Happy Thursday! I wanted to share with you all that facebook and twitter are great websites to sell your product. As well as Esty. I am a Jewelry Designer and hand make all my jewelry. I have three pieces for sale. Great gifts for the holiday

    4 years ago

  • RedonkulousDesigns

    RedonkulousDesigns says:

    Thanks for the fabulous tips! I started my site recently and I think this will bring more traffic! Two thumbs up! :) Great tips too, to the above posts responding - big thank you!

    4 years ago

  • unclejsmonsters

    unclejsmonsters says:

    My Facebook fan page tip: Tag each picture you post with your fan page name and your own name. I've done this with every image to associate my work with me in an informal copyright sort of mindset. As an an unintended consequence, besides appearing in my fans' newsfeed, each photo shows up on my personal FB profile...where all of my friends (official fan page "likers" or no) can see my daily updates, too. Please feel free to check it out and send me some feedback:

    4 years ago

  • UrbanPrey

    UrbanPrey says:

    Thanks for all the great advice, we will definitely use it!

    4 years ago

  • VirginiaCreeper

    VirginiaCreeper says:

    This is brilliant stuff! Thanks for the article and all the tips, everybody :)

    4 years ago

  • pineapplepetekids

    pineapplepetekids says:

    Thank you! I have never heard of a Facebook landing page before. Time to get to work...

    4 years ago

  • my3gemz

    my3gemz says: informative. I'm going to give these tips a try. Thanks so much for putting this info together. No wonder I only have 73 likes...I've been doing it all wrong.

    4 years ago

  • NewVintageHomewares

    NewVintageHomewares says:


    4 years ago

  • argentonDesign

    argentonDesign says:

    I have been placing ads through Facebook, which has been awesome, over 100 likes in 3 days! and are now so much more effective because of the new layout and they seemed to have dropped their rates too, and you know that the fans are genuine- I have had sales from the Ads which then pay for themselves.

    4 years ago

  • argentonDesign

    argentonDesign says:

    I have been placing ads through Facebook, which has been awesome, over 100 likes in 3 days! and are now so much more effective because of the new layout and they seemed to have dropped their rates too, and you know that the fans are genuine- I have had sales from the Ads which then pay for themselves.

    4 years ago

  • argentonDesign

    argentonDesign says:

    I have been placing ads through Facebook, which has been awesome, over 100 likes in 3 days! and are now so much more effective because of the new layout and they seemed to have dropped their rates too, and you know that the fans are genuine- I have had sales from the Ads which then pay for themselves. Love the tips too ! Thank you

    4 years ago

  • JuJuBeader

    JuJuBeader says:

    Excellent tips. I plan to bookmark this so that I can refer back to it. So now I have a question. Why am I unable to drop the numbers at the end of my Facebook address? It's cumbersome and impossible to memorize the #'s. I must have done something wrong when I set up my fan page. Any advice?

    4 years ago

  • decorateyoucraft

    decorateyoucraft says:

    Wow this is so helpful! I will definitely get onto some of these, thank you for the post :)

    4 years ago

  • IndieKulture

    IndieKulture says:

    Thanks great tips. I will try them.

    4 years ago

  • pickleberrylane

    pickleberrylane says:

    This was wonderful! Hadn't thought about a 'landing' page. Thanks so much!

    4 years ago

  • TeaAtHomeWithOlivia

    TeaAtHomeWithOlivia says:

    Thanks so much! Need to fresh up my page.

    4 years ago

  • VintageWhimserie

    VintageWhimserie says:

    So much to think about and do! Great tips that will help a novice like me get started!

    4 years ago

  • shawnlacydesigns

    shawnlacydesigns says:

    Great tips! I love them all. Thanks

    4 years ago

  • michelleperkett

    michelleperkett says:

    I try to have a giveaway contest about once a month, like a "name the stamp" contest and it is always a big hit and alot of fun for everyone, including me!

    4 years ago

  • mykreativekrafts

    mykreativekrafts says:

    Fabulous tips!! Thank you for sharing!!

    4 years ago

  • oneofakindhemp

    oneofakindhemp says:

    Thanks for the advice!

    4 years ago

  • vara

    vara says:

    Great tips!Thank you so much!

    4 years ago

  • HappyBonesArt

    HappyBonesArt says:

    Awesome tips! Thank you!!

    4 years ago

  • scoutcuomo

    scoutcuomo says:

    Great ideas! Thankyou

    4 years ago

  • DearOhDeer

    DearOhDeer says:

    I love using facebook to post titbits I wouldnt post anywhere else for 'fans' to see and get excited about new things!

    4 years ago

  • laika6000

    laika6000 says:

    These are such great tips!! I realize how I have been spamming my fans, and am looking forward to incorporating these tips in changing how I use my facebook page :)

    4 years ago

  • tlchandmadetreasures

    tlchandmadetreasures says:

    Thanks for the awesome advice! I really need to start posting on my Facebook page, but was never really sure what to post. I wasn't really sure whether to post personal info about myself but I can see where that would help. I have a question though - does my post only go to the people that "like" my business page or does it also go to the people on my personal Facebook page and others too? Thanks!

    4 years ago

  • Maetri

    Maetri says:

    Wow! So much to do in order to get up and running! I'm just getting started listing and feel overwhelmed, but one step at a time!

    4 years ago

  • NocturneHandcrafts

    NocturneHandcrafts says:

    Thanks so much about the tips! This is exactly what we need now because (I really don't know why) the last month we got lots of reports!! Now I see it has to do with 'spamming' because we keep posting new listings all the time! Great article! :)

    4 years ago

  • lindakirstencole

    lindakirstencole says:

    Thanks a bunch.....It's good to be reminded........I had given up with showing my paintings in stages, showing the studio in which I work.........I will start blogging again, not too much, but just to get people interested.......

    4 years ago

  • ecoPaperie

    ecoPaperie says:

    These are some new ideas that I haven't thought of or read about yet. Thank you so much for sharing! I'm new to Etsy, but am hoping that I will be able to be successful like many others. Love the blogs and comments - thanks for the help everyone! Anita

    4 years ago

  • AstoriaLane

    AstoriaLane says:

    Thank you so much forthese tips. I am going to try and implement theseery soon.

    4 years ago

  • TangoPony

    TangoPony says:

    Fabulous! I love articles that tell me exactly what to do. 'Social Networking' has always been a mystery to me. xx

    4 years ago

  • hempandhamsa

    hempandhamsa says:

    Thanks lorwich, I hadn't connected the facebook/twitter/Etsy dots until you suggested it.

    4 years ago

  • etincellestudio

    etincellestudio says:

    Great article! I am very active on FB and have a core of followers. I noticed it's very helpful to share on my page information given by businesses I like and linking to them -> they get to know my page if they don't already do. Supporting each other is key here. The next step for me is to get a "landing page" real soon.

    4 years ago

  • Studio139Designs

    Studio139Designs says:

    Thanks for the wonderful info. My Etsy shop is new and this whole social media thing is a challenge for me, so I really appreciate the advice. It gives me a jumping in place.

    4 years ago

  • JessiChloeArt

    JessiChloeArt says:

    Your article is super helpful. Thank you so much. Recently created a FB account and was under sharing because I was afraid of spamming people. Now I have a better idea of fun things to write about. AND what to NOT write about. Question; Is sharing my Etsy treasuries about once a week okay or offensive? I've gotten likes on them...

    4 years ago

  • KooKooCraft

    KooKooCraft says:

    great advice! thank you so much!

    4 years ago

  • Scrapboarding

    Scrapboarding says:

    Great post, thanx -

    4 years ago

  • lovepetals

    lovepetals says:

    This was great information!!! I have recently started my fb page and was also hesitant to post frequently because I didnt know what to put. I didnt want to always list my items because I didnt want to seem to desperate or pushy. I am interested to know how to seperate my business page from my personal page. Can anyone help me with this info? If so, please convo me. Thanks again for all the wonderful comments. They were great and I will be implementing them starting today!!! :)

    4 years ago

  • LaBelleC

    LaBelleC says:

    great tips... thank you so much!!!

    4 years ago

  • LaBelleC

    LaBelleC says:

    thanks so much!!!

    4 years ago

  • BusyBQuilts

    BusyBQuilts says:

    I have been thinking about opeing a Facebook page for my shop, but really didn't know how to separate it from my personal page. Thanks for all the great tips, now I need to get started!

    4 years ago

  • urbanfrillsboutique

    urbanfrillsboutique says:

    Great advice :-) Thank you!!!

    4 years ago

  • MomoTrees

    MomoTrees says:

    Wow, seriously. There are some really great pointers on here. I have been having a hard time getting a handle on my FB fan page and making it work, but I knew it is a better tool for me than having a blog. These hints, I'm sure, will help me to grow. Thanks so much to everyone who gave out some pointers!

    4 years ago

  • snapcandyfoto

    snapcandyfoto says:

    Thanks so much for this article. I just created a landing page for my Facebook page. It was a little fiddly, but nothing too complicated. I followed this article: My Facebook page (with new Landing page!)...

    4 years ago

  • SigalFJewelry

    SigalFJewelry says:

    Excellent post with excellent tips. Thanks!!!

    4 years ago

  • TheSillySpermShop

    TheSillySpermShop says:

    THANKS! Great tips!

    4 years ago

  • AliBeanBaby

    AliBeanBaby says:

    Great tips!! Thanks for putting this together!

    4 years ago

  • KelleysBeading

    KelleysBeading says:

    Wow. Somehow I thought I was the only one who didn't have a clue how to successfully, politely and creatively market a brand with FB. Thanks for all the advice! Maybe I'll get up the courage to begin posting now.

    4 years ago

  • InterventionVintage

    InterventionVintage says:

    Such a wonderful article! I've been struggling with just how to run an engaging site that people want to read. Vixen Vintage has a beautiful and effective model of this with her blog and Facebook page, go check her out! Thanks for the advice, purely wonderful.

    4 years ago

  • Netamente

    Netamente says:

    Thanks for the tips, I always find them useful, I'm gonna change my facebook page.

    4 years ago

  • HanaMauiCreations

    HanaMauiCreations says:

    Great article, thanks for all the tips!

    4 years ago

  • grouphugquilts

    grouphugquilts says:

    Thanks so much for all the great suggestions. This is definitely really good guidance on a somewhat overwhelming topic!

    4 years ago

  • calicodaisy

    calicodaisy says:

    Great information. My favorite tip at this moment was the one to click the little "x" in the corner of the photos at the top of the page. One little step at a time!

    4 years ago

  • Davs

    Davs says:

    Love this, thanks!

    4 years ago

  • messicakes

    messicakes says:

    Great advice!

    4 years ago

  • BECreativeCo

    BECreativeCo says:

    Appreciate helping with other avenues to not only generate sales but also get to know other people as well! Thanks.

    4 years ago

  • akashasmiles

    akashasmiles says:

    Great advice!! I will have to make some adjustments to my FB page!!

    4 years ago

  • twistedsticks

    twistedsticks says:

    Yes great tips! TY

    4 years ago

  • alterdelenda

    alterdelenda says:

    I really love all these tips! I'm going to go try to create a landing page I think. :-)

    4 years ago

  • carolynscritter

    carolynscritter says:

    Thanks so much for all the tips. This has been so helpful.

    4 years ago

  • CalamityPassTrading

    CalamityPassTrading says:

    Really helpful! Thanks so much for this post! amy

    4 years ago

  • littlepopos

    littlepopos says:

    Helpful post especially for a new Etsy shop like mine! I need all the help and advice I can get.

    4 years ago

  • JemLouProductions

    JemLouProductions says:

    Great article! Thanks! I have a FB page, post to it when I list something, but have not had many people like it. A landing page is a great idea. Also posting unfinished items! Thanks again!

    4 years ago

  • gretchenmist

    gretchenmist says:

    very helpful! thank you!

    4 years ago

  • cubo

    cubo says:

    great article! i have fb page and flickr.. the question is, should i post different things to those two...?

    4 years ago

  • steinschmuckdesign

    steinschmuckdesign says:

    Fantastic Tips, thank you all for sharing!!!!

    4 years ago

  • Sugarshoxcrafts

    Sugarshoxcrafts says:

    Going to have to bookmark this! These are great tips, especially the one about "not quality" fans coming from FB giveaways on some of the big pages. I was using those giveaways as major promotion for my shop, so now I know I need to stop doing that. Heck, I've seen that some of the organizers of those giveaways don't even know how to run them!

    4 years ago

  • bowtieco

    bowtieco says:

    Thanks, this will definitely help me!

    4 years ago

  • TaylorArts

    TaylorArts says:

    So true. All good advice. The most important thing I've found so far is to have fun with your fan page. Mix things up so that you have (roughly) four interactive posts to every listing post. I've still got plenty to learn, but so far so good.

    4 years ago

  • SavorTheFlavor

    SavorTheFlavor says:

    Thank you so much for the step-by-step info. I'm not really a networking person so the specifics given, will help alot.

    4 years ago

  • RaskolInkLLC

    RaskolInkLLC says:

    thanks! these tips help alot, i have had trouble knowing what to do with my facebook page. i want to be legit and this article has great info to help me be just that. cheers!

    4 years ago

  • cedarhollowdesigns

    cedarhollowdesigns says:

    Awesome tips! Thanks for the info. My biggest fear is that I will be annoying to my fans so I rarely post anything on Facebook, After reading this article, I feel a little more confident that all I have to be is me and that will eventually lead to sales without forcing my product like an annoying salesman!

    4 years ago

  • cedarhollowdesigns

    cedarhollowdesigns says:

    Thanks for the awesome tips! I learned a lot. Mostly about letting go and being myself on my Facebook page. My fear has been that I will be annoying so I haven't posted much. I am confident now that my page is where I can be myself and I don't need to focus on being a salesman!

    4 years ago

  • personalitychildrens

    personalitychildrens says:

    Awesome Tips! Huge thanks to missbelluk. Didn't know I could do that! I've already updated my pictures and put my "cream at the top"

    4 years ago


    SIKIU says:

    I need to change my landing page. The one I have is not exactly what I was looking for. Thank you for the ideas!

    4 years ago

  • elatedmemories

    elatedmemories says:

    I definitely have to connect more with my fans. I've been busy with posting about new projects and a giveaway I'm hosting with other area Etsians. I've missed out on the personal side of things. I also really like the idea of a Landing Page, creating the suggestiong of hitting the "like" button - that may be all it takes to get them to do it. Now to work on keep their attention and getting to tell others about me, too.

    4 years ago

  • DelightfulbyDesign

    DelightfulbyDesign says:

    Thank you for the tips on social networking. Social networking is definately one of my weaker areas.

    4 years ago

  • oppning

    oppning says:

    Excellent tips ! It's so difficult to start with facebook fan pages. You never know what to do, where to start, what to look for, what to talk about. With time and amazing tips like these ones, you start understanding how to use it and it even becomes quite pleasant. Thanks !

    4 years ago

  • modhmary

    modhmary says:

    I agree with the importance of posting relevant information to help keep fans engaged. For example I'll post interesting links I've found or write a short essay that pertains to something I've been working on. It certainly takes time away from creating but the benefits are more than worth it. Most of my new customers all have come from facebook.

    4 years ago

  • lindeeknitandcrochet

    lindeeknitandcrochet says:

    Thank you so much this as really helped me see things differently. I have only just opened my shop and set-up my page so need all the help I can get.

    4 years ago

  • SparkleLynn

    SparkleLynn says:

    Great tips, it's been a while since I have had any new facebook fans!

    4 years ago

  • VidaDoce

    VidaDoce says:

    These are great, and very needed tips. Thank you so much!! I'll def be using some of these.

    4 years ago

  • inaiinaiba

    inaiinaiba says:

    Excellent article! Thanks so much for sharing these helpful tips. Time to scrub up my FB page and keep it fresh and updated!

    4 years ago

  • artsyana

    artsyana says:

    Your info just came at the right time. I am looking to add facebook to my marketing mix. I am new at this so it's like a check list for me to have fun with.Thanks again.

    4 years ago

  • FunkyJunkyVintage

    FunkyJunkyVintage says:

    Is there a concise, grandma friendly step by step area for simply adding these buttons and links? It seems that all the information I'm finding is not current and/or not working for me. Searching the forums, I'm finding older information that offers tips and steps but on my facebook page those things are missing. Anyone with this information, PLEASE convo me the links. Also need current information on adding Etsy mini to facebook...once I figure out how to get my Etsy shop button on my fb page...Thanks!

    4 years ago

  • AvantCarde

    AvantCarde says:

    Thanks for helping me to sort through the Facebook maze . . .

    4 years ago

  • Gx2Outlawed

    Gx2Outlawed says:

    Wonderful post, thank you!

    4 years ago

  • MerkabaWarrior

    MerkabaWarrior says:

    Just what I was looking for, its great to have tips from people who have had success with things. Learning by errors is a long process, ive had to rethink my facebook ways in the last few days, I had no idea.

    4 years ago

  • pressedflowerartwork

    pressedflowerartwork says:

    Thank you so much for the great advice!!!!

    4 years ago

  • JasmineLund

    JasmineLund says:

    I love all the Facebook Page advice that y'all have put out there - can't wait to get my page up when I get home! Thanks!

    4 years ago

  • chatterboxboutique

    chatterboxboutique says:

    I'm new to the Etsy seller community and have yet to set up a Facebook page! Thank you for all of the great tips and the motivation to get one set up!

    4 years ago

  • upperroad

    upperroad says:

    Wow that was very helpful. I started my etsy site a couple of years ago, but since working full time and selling my glass at shows takes up most of my time I unfortunately neglected my etsy site. Now I'm refocusing my efforts and am trying to "get in the game". Thanks for all the great suggestions.

    4 years ago

  • frenchcharmings

    frenchcharmings says:

    Thanks for all the information. Very helpful to one who isn't up on the ins and outs of social media.

    4 years ago

  • AmbrosiasAttic

    AmbrosiasAttic says:

    Thanks for the tips. Time to get back on track.

    4 years ago

  • Donkeystudio

    Donkeystudio says:

    thanks for the tips - all good. I have just set up my facebook page and am just looking for ways to increase my 'likes' Thanks Danielle

    4 years ago

  • daphnatal

    daphnatal says:

    Thank you so much for the great tips. I am sure they will be great help for me. I learned a lot - what to do and what to stop doing :) thank you!!

    4 years ago

  • SketchInc

    SketchInc says:

    some really great tips here many thanks x

    4 years ago

  • kisforkitty

    kisforkitty says:

    Wonderful, tips, ideas. Can`t wait to try them!

    4 years ago

  • farmgirls

    farmgirls says:

    Thank you for this article! It is very helpful for this Facebook newbie :D

    4 years ago

  • blanshet

    blanshet says:

    Fine information! Thanks a lot!

    4 years ago

  • PriscillasCloset

    PriscillasCloset says:

    Love all the tips & advice! My shop is new to Etsy & Facebook, so I could use all the info! Thanks Again!!!

    4 years ago

  • babble4baby

    babble4baby says:

    So glad those at etsy care about their sellers! Thanks for doing this research and giving us direction so we don't have to spend all our time doing it ourselves. I always appreciate your advice!

    4 years ago

  • cullmanlaurasart

    cullmanlaurasart says:

    I am active on fb and just getting going on Etsy. Make sure to establish a buisiness page and not just give a business name to a personal page. That way people don't have to request a friendship and can just like your page to be your fan. Plus there is a limit to how many people can be your friend but no limits on fans of business pages. Thanks for the tips about a landing page; I didn't know about that!

    4 years ago

  • GemdropsoftheFalls

    GemdropsoftheFalls says:

    Unbelievably helpful tips! We love sharing themed treasuries that we've created or that feature our items. We also try to interact with people and respond promptly and genuinely.

    4 years ago

  • KikkaandTikka

    KikkaandTikka says:

    HI! I'm trying to use the coupons code on My Facebook page, does anyone know how I can do that?

    4 years ago

  • MesssieJessie

    MesssieJessie says:

    Excellent tips! I've set up a page but this has given me the urge to spend more time on it . Many thanks :)

    3 years ago

  • bellazahn

    bellazahn says:

    Some great tips - I have just started a facebook page and can see I will need to rejig it a little already :)

    3 years ago

  • tomsgrossmami

    tomsgrossmami says:

    thank you very much for all the information! i just started with my fb account.

    3 years ago

  • chaoticlucidity

    chaoticlucidity says:

    Thanks so much. The social networking thing, for business, is really confusing! There are so many different types of sites! I need all the help I can get with my fb fan page thanks again!

    3 years ago

  • kalasartsyobjects

    kalasartsyobjects says:

    I am just starting out on Etsy and this type of information is so very helpful. Thank you so much for these tips!

    3 years ago

  • emmawalker2

    emmawalker2 says:

    Great info - am going to look up those links for creating a landing page. Keen to improve my use of social media in 2012!

    3 years ago

  • MiyClub

    MiyClub says:

    Don't forget that the way it works is that if anyone likes one of your statuses or something then your business will appear on their wall to their friends. That means that even a non genuine fan could potentially bring in 10 or so more genuine ones. So encourage your fans to comment.

    3 years ago

  • shocreations

    shocreations says:

    Great ideas....getting started is another hurdle for me...if only there were more time in a day..... :o(

    3 years ago

  • GlassWorksEtc

    GlassWorksEtc says:

    Just the article I was looking for....thanks for all the great advice. It's a rainy day here in TX....a perfect day to work on my FB page. Thanks again.

    3 years ago

  • vixendesignstudio

    Victoria Kerkela from sassandwiggle says:

    The only reason I joined facebook was to connect with a broader fan base. It's fun to let the people you know (& the ones you don't know yet) keep up with what you're doing without giving them an update every time you go the grocery store. Since it's a clear passion it makes sense to share inspiration or things that you find to be beautiful. From time to time I'll simply snap a photo of something that I just brought home from the beach - no idea what to do with it yet - I just want to share the beauty!!/pages/Vixen-Design-Studio-by-Victoria-Kerkela/126249350722893

    3 years ago

  • dwburch

    Don Burch from DonBurchPhotography says:

    We are just getting started and this will really help with our online presence. I have been posting photos everyday and clogging up my likers' news feed and I didn't even think anything about it until now. Great ideas on how to keep my fans engaged. Thanks!

    3 years ago

  • lizzymoorejewellery

    Elizabeth Moore from lizzymoorejewellery says:

    Had mine up for 5 days now and I have made 1 sale and 60 fans now thanks to it :) really good way to connect to people x

    3 years ago

  • ConnieKSalesArt

    Connie Sales from CKFineArt says:

    Thank you, the idea of showing works in progress and then blogging when it is finished and listing it on etsy is great. This will help me a lot. I have been wondering how to integrate more between my blog, my facebook and my etsy shop.

    3 years ago

  • stonehousehill

    stonehousehill from stonehousehill says:

    The suggestions on what kinds of things to post on a Facebook page, besides just new listings, was helpful. I wasn't sure what to DO with my page.

    3 years ago

  • Squintphotography

    Sonja Quintero from Squintphotography says:

    Loved this article, very helpful! I'm slowly making my FB content more interesting and provocative. Thanks!

    3 years ago

  • IntentionallyMe

    Nayeli from IntentionallyMe says:

    Thank you very much for putting this info together !!

    3 years ago

  • StrongBells

    StrongBells from StrongBells says:

    oef I am still learning and made my page today: FB: strongbells Thanks !

    3 years ago

  • lunecollective

    Kelly from LuneCollective says:

    Excellent advice, thank you!

    3 years ago

  • shaicat

    shaicat from shaicat says:

    Just joined the Etsy community today.

    3 years ago

  • clayguyry

    Ryan Peters from clayguyry says:

    Great advice, I do a few of these things myself and its always nice that some of them are proven to work for others as well. Thanks or the new tips!

    3 years ago

  • TwoElmStudio

    Erin McIntosh from TwoElmStudio says:

    great tips here, thanks for writing this article!

    3 years ago

  • ElizabethsPearlz

    Natasha from ElizabethsPearlz says:

    Thank you for the advice! Will be starting my research right away:)

    3 years ago

  • CarolsClovers

    Carol from CarolsClovers says:

    Thanks for all this help.

    3 years ago

  • GillianLeeKeller

    Gillian Lee Keller from ColorDream says:

    Thank you etsy! Amazing .

    3 years ago

  • PeaTees

    Patty Braswell from PeaTees says:

    great tips !! Thank you thank you !!

    3 years ago

  • BlacknickSculpture

    Brian Blacknick from BlacknickSculpture says:

    Thanks for the informative post! I'm still finding my way on my FB page.

    3 years ago

  • JDRMPrice

    Rachel from HoneyDooCreations says:

    I just opened my shop tonight. Is there any way I can link my present Facebook page to my Esty Shop? Or do I have to make another facebook page. (I hope I can somehow link my present one with my shop. Can anyone help me? Thanks. Rachel

    3 years ago

  • nel173

    Nellie Tolentino from NellieTolentino says:

    Great! I'm going to try getting on Facebook this weekend. thanks

    3 years ago

  • PrimaryDesigns

    PrimaryDesigns from PrimaryDesigns says:

    great tips. thanks so much. having just started my Etsy shop, all of the big and little tips from the staff here and from all of you certainly makes it all less daunting !

    3 years ago

  • poldermoon

    Alice Magnin from AliceMagnin says:

    Ok coool, let s start Facebook! many thanks to all the tips, Ill try them all :))

    3 years ago

  • tabithaurch1

    Tabitha Urch from THEMADPOTTERDESIGN says:

    Fantastic will start on Facebook straight away xx

    3 years ago

  • chareliz

    Elizabeth Neuroth from CharEliz says:

    Thanks for all this help.

    2 years ago

  • PapillonArtBoutique

    Pierrette Sherwood from PapillonArtBoutique says:

    Thanks everyone for the insight on Facebook. You've triggered some great ideas!

    2 years ago

  • rickytalmage

    Ricky Talmage from PeysterStreet says:

    I opened my Etsy shop a little over a month ago and have been on Facebook once. I'm ready to "take it to the next level", as they say. Here goes......

    2 years ago

  • sofialindgren

    Sofia Lindgren from MissDoodles says:

    Oy va Voy... I got A LOT to learn ! :S Thank you so much for posting this !

    2 years ago

  • designscraps

    designscraps from designscraps says:

    Can't wait to implement all the suggestions. Thanks for the very informative article!

    2 years ago

  • markbergstrom

    Mark Bergstrom from BlackEyeGallery says:

    I need some help. I have a facebook page at MARK BERGSTROM When I am on ETSY and click YOUR SHOP, THEN CLICK INFO AND APPEARANCE, AND then go to links and click on facebook -- the following message comes up: Oops! You don't seem to manage any Facebook Pages. You can create one right now. IN FACT I HAVE ONE BUT I CANT SEEM TO CONNECT TO IT. I AM DIRECTED TO CREATE A NEW PAGE AND THIS SEEMS UNNECESSARY ANY SUGGESTIONS -- MY ETSY SITE IS BLACKEYEGALLERY AND MY FACEBOOK SITE IS MARK BERGSTROM

    2 years ago

  • mayosohandcrafts

    Joke Olalekan from Mayosodesigns says:

    OMG! great tips. I will certainly use these tips starting right now. thanks!

    2 years ago

  • keltnerkatie

    Katie Keltner from KatieKeltnerStudio says:

    I just started my Facebook Business page a few months ago and I am still working on growing it and coming up with productive posts. These tips will help! So far I am getting mostly responses from the same family members and I want to grow it to a wider range of customers. I would love if you all would stop by and Like my page. Thanks! Katie

    2 years ago

  • dianeborgmann

    Diane from BorgmannsCreations says:

    Thanks for the helpful tips.

    2 years ago

  • GemdropsoftheFalls

    GemdropsoftheFalls from GemdropsoftheFalls says:

    ABSOLUTELY love these tips!!! Already had some of the techniques in use but now we've implemented a few more ideas. Thank you so much for sharing. We'll mark this and be sure to return to make sure we're staying on track. :) Check us out at

    2 years ago

  • leejanelle

    J. Lee from TheCraftSociety says:

    Great advice for a newbie like me! Thank you!

    2 years ago

  • HollyMarieCollection

    Holly from HalonaYoomeeDesigns says:

    Very much appreciated! Ive had a facebook business page for awhile now and definitely need to stick to a few of these. I do find giveaways do bring real and new likes/fans ! I should probably do one again !! Thanks for all the tips! My page is

    2 years ago

  • pabloceramiccars

    pabloceramiccars from PabloCeramics says:

    Thank you, especially for the "Invitation enclosed" tip, it might be very helpful to me. Pablo.

    2 years ago

  • MyFrenchAntiqueShop

    Tina from MyFrenchAntiqueShop says:

    Great tips, i will start working on it today I had no idea about all these possibilities

    2 years ago

  • AEMdesignsbyAlex

    Alex Matthews from AEMdesignsByAlex says:

    Thank you, wonderful tips!

    2 years ago

  • JennysDarling

    Jennifer Porter from JennysDarlingDD says:

    Where do you go to notify the public of a scammer on here?

    2 years ago

  • JZA123

    Julie from UndercoverZebra says:

    Thanks for the tips - great advice for a newbie!

    2 years ago

  • thespikedolive

    Sharron M from TheSpikedOlive says:

    I opened a Facebook page years ago but didn't bring it to the "live" stage. I have now published it been trying to post something at least once a week now to coincide with opening an Etsy store. FB has changed so much in the last few years that I am still trying to navigate through it but so far so good. I haven't has any promotions yet as I am still posting new items but I have used the find friends feature and used the Google one to search for invites on Etsy and surprisingly quite a few people found me. I can't seem to use Find Friends on Etsy to search through Facebook though, I think it's because my Spiked Olive facebook page is connected with my personal page and it's confused. I would really like to separate them but don't know how. Otherwise enjoying Etsy and the helpful blogs and emails I have received so far. :)

    2 years ago

  • pamjoiner1

    Pam Joiner from TheOldCarriageSteps says:

    Great article! Very informative! Thank you to everyone for posting your wisdom. I too am wondering about separating my personal facebook page from my biz page. I'm checking on it next. So many great ideas to start doing, but for now it's back to work!! :)

    2 years ago

  • akvjewelry

    Amy Kanka Valadarsky from AKVjewelry says:

    Great article, thank you. Just started working more seriously on my Facebook page, so this is just it time info.

    2 years ago

  • SoggyMoggyClothing

    Jessica Currie from SoggyMoggyClothing says:

    As I am just starting out this article has helped me greatly. Thank you so much!

    2 years ago

  • ElizabethLNB

    Elizabeth Rhodes from LikeNeverBefore says:

    Great timing! I just set up my Facebook page yesterday, so this is great advice. Thank you!

    2 years ago

  • MidgeTX

    Margaret from JamaisArriere says:

    Wonderful tips! I just set my page up!

    2 years ago

  • messagebird000

    Dianne Caithness from MessageBirdDesigns says:

    Thank you so much for this info. Will be setting up a landing page soon as it sounds like a great idea. I didn't know it existed. Great advice :)

    2 years ago

  • PaintBoxDrawings

    Nicola Meegan from PaintBoxDrawings says:

    This advice is great now to put it into action

    2 years ago

  • Fimoincapoalmondo

    Sara Atzori from TheCraftyBeeOnline says:

    Thank you for the tips! I am currently rebranding my shop and page, and this is a great help!

    2 years ago

  • jnfrsmith

    Jennifer Smith from JennifersStitchWorks says:

    I guess I am a little behind on this news but it is great just the same. I have learned a lot here and am going to give my facebook a lift. Thanks

    2 years ago

  • MargiesNaturalJewels

    Margie Becknell from MargiesNaturalJewels says:

    Thank You So Much !!! This article helped me so much. I've been on Etsy a year and I've had one sell. You've given me some really good info that I really needed. I'm doing the Boot Camp on Friday, hope to learn alot ! Thanks Again !

    2 years ago

  • eileensufrin

    Eileen from SumanagashiByEileen says:

    This is my first holiday season and I can't wait to get going. Thanks so much for all the useful and creative tips!

    2 years ago

  • joycekropewnicki

    Joyce Kropewnicki from CozyComforts10 says:

    Thanks for the great tips.

    2 years ago

  • mjanoyan1

    Mano Janoyan from WreathnBeyond says:

    great tips, thank you for sharing.

    2 years ago

  • ljsales0061

    yu jin from AngelLoveBoutiques says:

    Hello everyone, I am new to Etsy members, professional production of handmade jewelry, welcome to visit. Very nice sharing, thank you

    2 years ago

  • remembergoodtimes

    Rachel Thompson from RGTPhotos says:

    Great ideas!!!! My shop is RGTPhotos Like me on Facebook:

    2 years ago

  • alliehansen1

    Seaside Sprite from GeekeryCove says:

    This blog is wonderful! I have a new Etsy store and these ideas are great. Since I am new, can someone tell me how I can bookmark this page on Etsy for quick reference later? Thanks!

    2 years ago

  • marielle2013

    Marielle De Paris from MarielleDeParis says:

    Bonjour & Thank you so much great Etsy community! I am a newbie here and I really appreciate all the tips! Happy Holidays! Bonnes Vacances! : )

    1 year ago

  • ladiesmercantile

    Catherine Avard from LadiesMercantile says:

    Thank you Etsy for sharing such wonderful advice and ideas. Etsy's training videos have been extremely helpful. I love Etsy and the positive and warm welcomes I have received from the community. All of the shop owners ROCK!.

    1 year ago

  • SuperCrochetMom

    SuperCrochetMom from SuperCrochetMom says:

    Thank you for the tips, How can i add the Etsy button on my Facebook page?? Thank you

    1 year ago

  • vintagegirlie58

    Michelle Hatcher from TheVintageGirlie says:

    There are some excellent tips - my favourite is when I see a page I like, I write a comment and say that I have liked it - I will also make a point saying what I like about their page - it shows you have taken time and made the comment personal - they are more likely to come back and like your page too! They then write a comment, and you reply - there a relationship is built.... :)

    1 year ago

  • weatherfordangie

    Angela Weatherford from myprettiesofSC says:

    I am very grateful for all tips,advice,etc to enhance my shop and make it even better. Today is my one year anniversary with myprettiesofSC on etsy. I love it and I love people!

    1 year ago

  • amabito

    Roberta from amabito says:

    Really thanks for sharing, interessant and inspiring at same time!

    1 year ago

  • antriruiz says:

    perfect tips for start ups!! thank you so much!

    1 year ago

  • vintagehoot2 says:

    Hello, does anyone know how to unlink a facebook account, it linked my personal account and not my business one. GREAT INFO!!!!!

    1 year ago

  • raccoonvalleyrouge

    Rebecca Blevins from RaccoonValleyRouge says:

    I love linking all my projects! Great stuff!

    1 year ago

  • nikkilorenzini

    Nikki Lorenzini from 3colon7 says:

    These are all great tips! I'm excited to start using them on my own page. I know I'm not using it right (and not often enough). I'm going to be putting these to use this week and see how this helps! (I'm sure it'll help immensely)

    1 year ago

  • AmandaRoseJewelry

    Amanda Rose from AmandaRoseCreates says:

    This is very helpful for someone just starting out!

    1 year ago

  • kdjhannel

    Shannel Tamara from GoneDigital says:

    Great tips. Finally someone explains it to me in words I can understand lol

    1 year ago

  • beadedmiracles

    Phyllis Keulmann from joysjewelrynmore says:

    i've really learned a lot from this article and love that etsy helps its members in this way. Good luck to everone and have fun!!

    1 year ago

  • jamiemendenhall

    Cheryl Mendenhall from EECustomHorseShoes says:

    Good advice. Plan to implement the ideas! THANK YOU!

    1 year ago

  • Gaoui

    Keira from Gaoui says:

    Wonderful advice! I just created my Facebook and it's great to see such great recommendations! Thank you!

    1 year ago

  • AAwoodturning

    Alan Adler from AATurning says:

    Great advice. Making some listing modifications today.

    1 year ago

  • snowdogquiltworks

    Snow Dog Woodworks and Quiltworks from SnowDogQuiltWoodwork says:

    Awesome information and great advice! Will be making a few changes to my plan very soon! Thanks again!

    1 year ago

  • laurelmoore55

    Laurel Moore from TheCanvasChicks says:

    This was very helpful! I will definitely think about these tips for my Facebook page in the future.

    1 year ago

  • chnetworking

    Cynthia Harris from Heart2HeartMosaics says:

    Excellent information. Thanks ;)

    1 year ago

  • babygiftidea

    Pat from BabyDuckGifts says:

    Well, this hit home with me and reminded me of a few things I have learned along the way.... and put aside along the way too. Appreciate it, thanks.

    1 year ago

  • peager

    Paige from NaturalByPaige says:

    Handy Article to pin! Thank you!

    1 year ago

  • ChudoSamocvety

    Evgeniya Bakaeva from Wonderclay says:

    It's idea!!! Thank you!

    1 year ago

  • elivalenzuela1

    Eli from KnitbyEli says:

    This is really great information. I am going to try all these tips. Thank You!

    1 year ago

  • EkoArtLand

    Olga from LinenWoolRainbow says:

    Thank you ! This is very interesting for me !

    1 year ago

  • arcsart

    Lola Arcas from HandpaintedArcsArt says:

    Thank you. Very useful. Good.

    1 year ago

  • tanteqvintage

    Annette from TanteQVintage says:

    Thanks for the tips. My Facebook page is sad and now I know why. I've made a resolution to do better. :)

    1 year ago

  • htoepfer

    Heather from EverythingPrecious says:

    Thanks this is very useful info!

    364 days ago

  • tattoodgrl

    Carol Holum from BeadToLive says:

    thank you for the tips, I think I need to recheck my page now....

    318 days ago

  • favor9433

    Sherene from SimpliAdorable says:

    This tips are AWESOME Etsy!!! Thank you SO much for these useful tips.

    318 days ago

  • jessiemini
  • peartmelisha


    I love these tips. I normally tweet and facebook all my new listings but, notice some of my followers on twitter just kick me off so, I only tweet a few these days I am going to incorporate a lot of these tips, by bloging about stuff other than my products. I am sure this will get a lot more attention..Thank you very much.

    299 days ago

  • patsytaylor

    Pat from PataylaFloralDesigns says:

    Interesting content for facebook has been difficult for me to find. Most of it can be centered around holidays, life, etc. to make it interesting to follow. I need to work on this!

    296 days ago

  • nicolestextiles

    Nicole from TwillandInk says:

    Hey Laura! I reeeaaaallly needed to hear this. Soaking it all in. Thanks! Nicole

    290 days ago

  • jnfrsmith

    Jennifer Smith from JennifersStitchWorks says:

    This is great advise and information. I have been slowly increasing my likes on facebook but I don't get a lot of interaction. I have been trying to figure out what the best things would be to include on my facebook. I try not to add to many items to my page as I have noticed I get more clicks when I talk about something interesting or personal. So I agree with everything you have said here. I just needed to hear it from someone else. Thanks for all your work here and helping us in other social medias.

    289 days ago

  • BeaconMills

    Patrick from BeaconMills says:

    Well now, this was really helpful. Good info that a facebook neophyte like myself can use. Thanks.

    278 days ago

  • Adiesdesigns

    Adrienne Bogatie from Adiesdesigns says:

    Thanks for all these tips. I very rarely put personal info on my jewellery page thinking that the clients wouldn't be interested. I guess that is about to change.

    265 days ago

  • pamelabernstein

    Pamela Bernstein from thelavenderpear says:

    Do you suggest having a separate Facebook page that is more business related… not your own personal page?

    244 days ago

  • ASimplyPerfectSoap

    Hanna from ASimplyPerfectSoap says:

    Very helpful tips for those that are new to social media. A million and one thanks!

    243 days ago

  • drnessiie

    Agnieszka Sokół from HomeDecorDrawing says:

    Thanks for the article! I really appreciate it!

    235 days ago

  • massoudgolriz

    Massoud GOLRIZ from GOLRIZDESIGN says:

    Wonderful advice and informations ! thanks.

    231 days ago

  • shelbyvarone

    S Varone from SVaroneDesigns says:

    Love this article!! Thanks so much for posting I've been a bit lost on Social Media and getting responses to my article\posts!

    228 days ago

  • BettyOttesenSewing

    Betty Ottesen from HipNotionsToolBelts says:

    Yes, thank you, thank you!

    220 days ago

  • thecraftypioneer

    Sue from thecraftypioneer says:

    Yes - the last point in particular!

    136 days ago

  • violetaguerrero

    Violeta Guerrero from RockNStyleVJewelry says:

    Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge.

    113 days ago

  • figurebusiness

    Debbie Taylor from ZoeandSadie says:

    Great advice and getting the balance right for posts isn't easy but thanks for advice: Our Etsy page is : ZoeandSadie so will be adding a corresponding FB page soon and googling the landing page info :-)

    105 days ago

  • lovethescenery

    linden from scenerylondon says:

    Great tips. Thank you!

    98 days ago

  • bridgettcooper2

    Bridgett Cooper from BridgettsArt says:

    Thanks, I am heading over to FB right now to start a page, then Twitter!

    57 days ago

  • theagatetrader

    Thom Lane from THEAGATETRADER says:

    I have two flickr sites, one for my agates which is my livelihood and life's blood, and one for my paintings, which are not for sale but making them is a thread that runs through my life. I've decided to start a fresh home page for my shop at Thanks so much for giving me a sense of direction and great suggestions!

    10 days ago

  • theagatetrader

    Thom Lane from THEAGATETRADER says:

    PS to the folks who organize this list, I think it would be better to put the most recent at the top of the list if possible. Otherwise great!

    10 days ago