Stay Ahead on Etsy: Get Ready for 41 SEO-Boosted Blog Posts!

Hey, Etsy sellers! Are you struggling to develop blog content for your website and shop? Good news! Our team has just finished 41 keyword-optimized blog posts for you! These blog posts cover various topics related to arts and crafts and will be available soon in PDF format as well as .txt file format.

Interested in learning more? Contact me for more details on getting access to this amazing content! 📩

Stay tuned are prepping the 41 keyword-optimized blog posts with an Etsy “arts and crafts” theme to our new Etsy store soon! 🎉

Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your Etsy shop and/or website with valuable content!

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  1. Increased Visibility: By including relevant keywords in your blog posts, you increase the chances of your content appearing in search engine results when people search for those keywords. This can bring more traffic to your Etsy store and potentially increase sales. 🔍👀🚀

  2. Establishing Authority: Blogging about topics related to your Etsy store can establish you as an authority in your niche. You can build trust with your readers and potential customers by providing valuable information and insights, increasing sales. 🏆💡💸

  3. Building Brand Awareness: Consistently publishing blog posts can help you build your brand’s reputation and increase your online presence. This can lead to more people becoming familiar with your Etsy store and the products you offer. 🚀🌟📣

  4. Long-Term Benefits: Keyword-optimized blog posts can continue to drive traffic to your Etsy store over time. Unlike paid advertising, which stops generating traffic once you stop paying for it, blog posts can continue bringing in visitors and potential customers for months or even years after publication. ⏳💰🚀

Overall, keyword-optimized blog posts can be valuable in promoting your Etsy store and increasing your sales. By providing valuable content and optimizing it for search engines, you can establish yourself as an authority in your niche and increase traffic to your store. 💻📈💡


If you’re an Etsy seller, you know how important it is to stand out and attract more customers. Your unique style and products deserve to be seen and appreciated.

But how do you reach more people and showcase your brand online? One way is to add a blog to your website.

A blog can help you:
    1. Showcase your products and tell the stories behind them
    2. Share your passion, inspiration, and expertise
    3. Connect with your audience and build trust and loyalty
    4. Improve your SEO and drive more traffic to your Etsy store

But writing a blog can also be daunting. You need to develop engaging topics, catchy headlines, and compelling content. You need to update it regularly and keep it relevant. You need to balance quality and quantity.

That’s why I’m here to help.

I’m a professional content writer who specializes in arts and crafts topics. I have a passion for handmade products and a knack for creating captivating blog posts that hook the reader.

I’m working on a pack of 30-40 blog posts perfect for Etsy sellers’ websites. They cover a variety of topics related to arts and crafts, such as:

    1. How to choose the best materials for your projects
    2. How to price your products for profit
    3. How to take stunning photos of your products
    4. How to market your products on social media
    5. How to deal with customer feedback and complaints
    6. And much more!

These blog posts showcase your unique style and products while providing valuable information and tips for your audience. They are also optimized for SEO, so they can help you rank higher on Google and drive more traffic to your website and Etsy store/shop.

These blog posts will be ready late next week, and I’m offering them for a minimal fee. Depending on your preference, they will be delivered in WORD or PDF format (or both). You can use them as they are or tweak them to suit your brand voice and personality.

If you’re interested, Contact me here or DM me on Twitter, and I’ll send you one complimentary blog post as a sample. You can see the quality of my writing and how it can benefit your website and business.

Don’t miss this opportunity to increase your online presence with a blog that attracts and converts. Contact me today, and let’s get started!

How to Make Side Hustle Money on Etsy using Digital Product “Niches” Such as PDFs, Spreadsheets, and PowerPoint Templates

Are you looking for a lucrative side hustle that allows you to make money from the comfort of your own home? Selling digital products on Etsy, such as PDFs, spreadsheets, and PowerPoint templates can be an excellent way to earn some extra cash.

Here are a few potential niches you could consider:

  1. Printable art: This is a popular niche on Etsy, and you can create and sell downloadable prints of your own artwork, designs, or photographs.
  2. Wedding invitations: If you have a talent for graphic design, you can create beautiful wedding invitation templates that customers can customize themselves.
  3. Digital planner pages: With the growing popularity of digital planners, you can design and sell digital planner pages that customers can use to plan and organize their lives.
  4. Social media templates: As more and more people use social media for marketing and branding, you can create and sell templates for posts, stories, and ads that customers can use to elevate their online presence.
  5. Resume templates: If you have experience in human resources or recruiting, you can design and sell resume templates that help job seekers stand out in a crowded job market.
While earnings can vary widely depending on factors such as the type of products you sell, their price point, and the amount of marketing you do, according to Etsy's 2020 Q2 financial report, the marketplace generated over $346 million in revenue from digital sales during that quarter alone. This indicates that there is a significant market for digital products on Etsy and the potential for sellers to make a substantial amount of money from their sales.

It’s important to note that there are costs associated with selling on Etsy, such as listing fees, transaction fees, and payment processing fees, which can impact your earnings. Additionally, you’ll need to invest time and effort into creating high-quality products, marketing your shop, SEO (creating searchable hashtags) and providing excellent customer service to increase your sales and grow your revenue.

Its crucial to set up and optimize an Etsy shop! If you’re looking for a platform to get your products online quickly, Etsy is a great place to start.


  1. Creating an Etsy account is the first step toward launching your storefront. To open a shop online, you must first become a registered site member. Once you have an Etsy account, you can open a shop.
  2. Next, you will need to choose a name for your Etsy store. Etsy requires each shop owner to use a unique name, so it’s common for sellers to find that their first choice is unavailable
  3. Choose your products. You can sell almost anything like eBooks, PDF & PowerPoint templates in your Etsy shop, but it’s best to start by focusing on a few complementary products so customers will understand what your shop is all about.
  4. Create your shop. When opening an Etsy shop, the site will direct you through the process of creating your online storefront and choosing your language and currency preferences.
  5. A common question for first-time sellers is how to price items on Etsy. Correctly pricing your products ensures you get the best return on investment (ROI), but it will take some time and analysis.
  6. Before opening your Etsy shop to customers, make sure you have enough products to sell. You don’t want to run out after your first few sales and have to scramble to produce more. You also don’t want to overstock any one item. Digital products such as “templates” are easier to stock as they live in the cloud (Etsy shop).
  7. After Etsy approves your shop name and you have all of your inventory ready, you can start listing on Etsy. The key to solid Etsy sales is good product photos and a killer description that uses industry keywords.
  8. Next, you’ll need to choose the type(s) of payments you’ll accept. Etsy Payments is the most popular route on Etsy as it allows you to accept credit cards, debit cards, Apple Pay, PayPal, Etsy gift cards, and some bank transfer services.
  9. Receive orders: When a customer purchases an item from your shop, the payment is processed through Etsy Payments, and the funds are held by Etsy until the order is marked as shipped or the digital product has been downloaded.  Once you’ve shipped the physical item, you should mark the order as shipped on Etsy, which releases the payment to your account. The payment will be deposited into your bank account within a few business days, depending on your location and bank.
  10. Learning to package your products safely and securely and ship them quickly helps build your reputation on Etsy. Buy proper shipping supplies, and use bubble wrap for delicate items.  On Etsy, you can use calculated shipping so the shipping is automatically calculated for you. Calculated shipping looks at your location, the buyer’s location, and the size and weight of the listing item to determine the shipping cost.  Again, selling “digital products” are MUCH easier than actual products such as art, clothes, etc., as you don’t have to worry about drop shipping.

As of 2023, here are the current fees for selling on Etsy:

  • Listing Fees: It costs $0.20 USD to list an item on Etsy, and the listing remains active for four months or until the item sells, whichever comes first.
  • Transaction Fees: When an item sells, Etsy charges a transaction fee of 5% of the item’s sale price, including the cost of shipping. This fee also applies to any applicable sales tax.
  • Payment Processing Fees: If you use Etsy Payments to process your sales, you’ll be charged a payment processing fee, which varies depending on your location and the currency you use. For sellers based in the United States, the payment processing fee is 3% + $0.25 USD per transaction.

Etsy Payments also handles any necessary refunds or disputes, and provides you with a record of all your transactions and payments. It’s important to note that there are fees associated with using Etsy Payments, as mentioned in my previous response.

Selling digital products on Etsy can be a great way to make money on the side, especially if you have a talent for creating unique and useful products such as PDFs, spreadsheets, and PowerPoint templates. By following the strategies and tips outlined in this article, you can create a successful side hustle that not only generates extra income but also allows you to express your creativity and passion. Remember to put in the time and effort to create high-quality products, optimize your listings, and promote your products to your target audience. With persistence and dedication, your Etsy side hustle can become a valuable source of income and a fulfilling hobby.

*If your interested in selling handmade or unique items online, I have another great article on a beginner's guide to selling handmade or unique items online and making money here.

How to sell handmade or unique items online – set up and open an ETSY store!

Starting an Etsy store can be a great way to sell handmade or unique items online. Here are the steps to set up and open an Etsy store:

  • Sign up for an Etsy account: To start an Etsy store, you’ll need to create an account on the Etsy website. Go to and click “register” in the top right corner. Fill out the form to create your account.
  • Set up your seller profile: After you’ve created an account, you’ll need to set up your seller profile. This includes adding your name, location, and any other information you’d like to share about yourself or your business. You’ll also be able to upload a profile picture and banner image.
  • Choose a shop name: Your shop name will be displayed on your shop’s homepage and on all of your listings. Choose a name that reflects the items you’ll be selling and is easy to remember

Etsy setup

  • Set up your payment methods: Etsy allows you to accept payments through PayPal or by credit card. You’ll need to set up at least one of these payment methods in order to start selling on the platform.
  • Create your first listing: To create a listing, click the “Sell on Etsy” button in the top right corner of the homepage and then click “Create a new listing.” From there, you’ll be able to add photos, a description, and other details about your item. You’ll also be able to set the price, choose a category for your item, and add tags to help customers find your listing.
  • Set your shipping and tax preferences: You’ll need to specify how you plan to ship your items and whether you’ll be charging sales tax. Etsy provides tools to help you calculate shipping costs based on the weight and size of your items.
  • Promote your shop: Once your shop is set up and you’ve added your first listing, it’s time to start promoting your shop. You can use social media, email marketing, and other tactics to let people know about your shop and drive traffic to your listings.

Etsy has more than 81.9 million active buyers, making it a great place to sell your handmade or vintage items. Buyers come to Etsy seeking specific handmade items, so you already have a built-in audience. Listing your products on Etsy will allow you to potentially get sales from organic search traffic on the Etsy homepage.

Opening an Etsy shop is easy and only takes a few minutes. They have a step-by-step guide for shop owners that explains the process. In addition, it’s free to open a basic shop on Etsy. While premium features are available for an additional charge, they’re not necessary to start an Etsy shop. Etsy’s Seller Handbook answers almost any question about selling on Etsy, including information about legal, shipping, taxes, and finances.

With these steps, you’ll be well on your way to opening and running a successful Etsy store. Good luck!