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Posted on October 16, 2013 in Build Your Brand by Katie
Eventually, all good things must come to an end, right?! Right. While I have loved the Build Your Brand series, bringing you help, tips, & tricks, from our Etsy store & expertise … you may have noticed that the regularity of this series has slowed down considerably! For those of you who follow my blog regularly, you know that it’s true too.
The biggest reason that this series was started was to correct wrong information that was being given & taught on several teams that I was on. The old saying is true … you can NOT believe everything you read on the internet … likewise you should rarely believe what just one person has suggested. If you want to know how something is done, invest your own time to research it and discover the answer for yourself. So, I started this series to correct a lot of mistruths, misnomers, and downright wrong information. And the best part? I enjoyed every minute of it.
With my business being so active and the majority of my time being spent blogging for polymer, writing tutorials, or in the studio itself, I have found that I do not have the time I once had for keeping up to date with all the “Etsy hubbub,” if you will. Point of fact, with Etsy’s new rollouts every few weeks it is harder and harder to keep up with everything! This being said, something had to give…
All of the articles I have written and published for the Build Your Brand series will remain live & active on my blog. I will even continue with the email list for the next several months. However, as of this month, my Wednesday Build Your Brand posts are going by the wayside to make room for my polymer clay. As I am inspired, or as Etsy rolls out important changes & updates, I will keep you notified.
I will still post articles for the Build Your Brand Series, but they will not be a regular part of my blog … just an “OH! I should write about that” type of thing. If you are still looking for some great regular advice and help with your Etsy shop, I invite you to check out Kelly Jane’s Creative Blog. She posts oodles of marketing tips & tricks for your Etsy store, blog, & more!