Its a stay at home job a d makes it so creaters can make a little extra money
Self Employed (Former Employee) – Atwater, CA – March 5, 2019
Its a stay at home job and makes it so creaters can make a little extra money. The fees are a little to high in my opinion and they dont explain to potential customers that you are just a single person not some one who works in a big etsy facility.
Self-employed (Former Employee) – Texas – December 14, 2018
I did Etsy during highschool and it was good money but by senior year I felt like I needed something more stuctured with clear advancements. It was good money and awesome that I got to work anytime from anywhere but if you do not commit to it 100% it can easily get the best of you.
Artist (Current Employee) – Milpitas, CA – July 19, 2018
I sell my own artwork in this job. I don't really work at Etsy but I do have a store where I sell alot of my fanarts that are in forms of : stickers, buttons, charms, prints, commissions etc. I also sell some of my original art as well.
Maker (Current Employee) – Spencerville, OH – April 7, 2018
I just started up on Etsy which I wanted to for a while now. I love knitting and doing small crafts at home, so I've been excited to take my hobby and bring it to others to enjoy. The site is easy to work with and it gives me an insane outlook on my views and sales. I've been very impressed with the organization. If you have a hobby and want to inspire and sell your product, Etsy is the place to do it!
Creative Entrepreneurship Assistant (Former Employee) – Morehead, KY – July 18, 2017
I worked as an assistant to an Etsy Creative Entrepreneurship Course. It was volunteer, to gain experience as a university student. I found the program very beneficial as a practicing entrepreneur. I also operate an etsy store account and have been very pleased with the general setup and results.