Changes are underway to let you be yourself across the Etsy universe.
As we iterate and move forward, some features must be left behind.
Search Ads engineer Steve explains the finer points of when search ads are displayed and which search queries trigger keywords.
Explore Etsy through our new interest-based pages: Fashion, Home and Garden, and Kids.
The director of data and search at Etsy explains the thinking that went into the design of our new advertising system.
Yearning for a new way to promote your shop? Search Ads put your items right where you want them.
While the kids crack open fresh algebra textbooks, you can crunch some numbers all your own.
You can now follow all the news about product launches, new initiatives at Etsy and life inside the company on this blog.
Etsy’s international presence is growing. Meet our first Australian community manager, Kirsteene Phelan.
Ever wonder how the Etsy home page loads so quickly? We’re working to make page generation time as fast as possible.
Craft Night is always a party, but this time, even more so. Join the festive fun with needle in hand!
Your luscious farmers market bounty is not going to carry itself. Join Bags for the People for a workshop of toting glory.
July was another sizzling month for Etsy. Check out the numbers to see how the community is doing!
Come on down to the Etsy Labs for an evening of mandala-inspired embroidery with Danielle Spurge of Merriweather Council.
Chad Dickerson discusses Etsy’s recent change to “search by relevancy” and the evolving search function on Etsy.
We’ve revisited and revised Etsy’s rules for labeling items to complement recent changes to search.
Learn the reasons behind Etsy’s switch from “search by recency” to “search by relevancy.”
We have three top priorities in upcoming months: making the most successful holiday season ever, improving search, and handling issues like resellers.
Join Etsy staff for a low-key gathering in the capital city.
Itching to learn a new skill? Join in the fun with the Etsy Labs! This week we’ll be stitching on the East Coast and felting on the West.