Sunday, September 26, 2010

Etsy Treasuries

Check out a couple of the Etsy treasuries that I've been featured in. Very cool stuff!!

I'm Hot (Pink) For Black And White!

Cute Punk Babies!

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Familylicious Review!

Check out this review about my Lil Devil beanie at Familylicious Reviews and Giveaways! You can also enter for a chance to win a free hat from Rockarooz!!

Friday, September 24, 2010

It's almost review time!

I'm so excited about my first review! Debra, from Familylicous Reviews and Giveaways is working on a review for my Lil Devil beanie for her Halloween gift guide. Debra writes up many great reviews on all types of family products from kids toys, clothes, and accessories to furniture, food, and even jewelry. And to make her blog even more exciting she's always doing giveaways! Who doesn't like getting great products for free? Check out her blog here...

Familylicious Reviews and Giveaways!

...and keep an eye out for my very first review :)

The Rockarooz Lil Devil beanie is available now at my Etsy shop!

Friday, September 17, 2010

Business is Picking Up!

Wow, I don't know exactly what did the trick but I wish I did! I've been messing around with my item descriptions and shop announcement this week, and the orders have finally started coming in consistently. Yay! I also have a feeling the time of year is playing a role in the sudden burst in orders. It is well known that summer is a very slow selling time on Etsy. I decided that summer might actually be a good time for me to open my shop since it would give me a chance to get my items posted and work out some of the kinks. On the other hand it's hard when you're a new seller and you aren't getting many orders. During the first couple months I sat in on a few Newbie Chats on Etsy and they often said it can take a while to get your first sale. I actually made my first sale in 5 days, but I think that got my hopes up because it took a couple more weeks for my next sale to come in. It's been a slow process but now I can really see some momentum. I'd say one of the biggest lessons I've learned thus far is to just stick with it! It's a lot of hard work but I know it will all pay off in the end.