Welcome to the crafter’s paradise, we’ve just launched our direct integration with Etsy!
Etsy opens doors for existing stores who want to reach a new audience, and it’s also great for all you ecommerce newbies who want to open shop in an established marketplace full of potential buyers. Or maybe you already have an Etsy shop and want to expand your offering with print products. Whatever the reason, it’s possible to make it happen with Printful.
This blog post covers the basics of how to integrate Etsy and Printful. We’ll give you some ideas to figure out whether Etsy is the right platform for you, and go over some tips on how to make sales and get your products into the hands of Etsy shoppers.
Let’s face it: an online store without targeted traffic is negative money in the bank. One of the leading ways to drive traffic to your ecommerce site is by using Google AdWords. The trick to driving successful traffic, however, is ensuring that it is targeted. Targeted traffic means you are driving those people to your site who are more inclined to buy, which means a much bigger chance of reaching the ultimate goal: sales conversions.
AdWords will help you start immediately getting more traffic to your store, no matter where you are in your SEO optimization process, and works wonders for both new and established stores wanting to timely push new products, deals, and promotions.
We’ve come a long way since 2013.
Printful started when an ambitious entrepreneur launched an online store and printed posters in his living room to make it work. Then he took it to the next level and started printing posters for other online stores. Before he knew it, Printful had grown from humble startup in LA to helping thousands of entrepreneurs run wild with their dreams and launch businesses of their own.
Now we’re ready for another challenge: we’re opening our first fulfillment center in Europe. It’s an exciting step in Printful’s history with new opportunities for all of us. Keep reading to get the full scoop!
First things first, one of the biggest benefits of being a BigCommerce store means you get to use fewer apps than you would on other platforms. This is because many of the apps you’d use elsewhere are simply built into the platform (saving you precious money and time).
Here’s a quick list:
- Customer groups (i.e. customer segmentation)
- Abandoned cart emails
- Unlimited product options on individual products
- Integration to Amazon
- Integration to Facebook
- Integration to eBay
Cool – now that you don’t need those 9 apps, let’s look at the ones that are most popular on BigCommerce and help you grow sales, right now.
Although we might not like to think about it, the summer doesn’t last forever. With just the month of August left, autumn will be here before you know it.
And that means it’s time for kids to get back to school, and for retailers to get ready for the back to school shopping season, the second biggest spending occasion after the winter holidays.
Families are looking to stock up on clothing, school supplies, electronics, and whatever else their kids need for the year ahead. This bodes well for the back to school industry, it’s expected to reach an all-time high of $83.6 billion this year – up from $75.8 billion in 2016.
So settle down and take out your pencils, time for a quick lesson in back to school marketing.
Introducing our very first Printful One-On-One! In this new series, we’ll give you an inside look as two experts sit down together to talk about their ecommerce experience and knowledge. For our debut installment, we bring you a one-on-one interview with two of our customers!
In this 4-part video series we get to watch Dean, owner of Whimsess, and Nathan, owner of Make Love with Food, talk about the ins and outs of running an ecommerce store powered by Printful!