Why Sell On Artfire?

Today we start our series on where to sell your craft.
In all fairness, I thought we’d go alphabetical, starting with Art Fire.
I jumped over and visited their site. And in the words of one of their current sellers (right off one of their pages):
“Where else can you have a custom studio website within a venue that does your SEO, ranks you top in searches, links a Google friendly blog to your studio, provides comprehensive marketing insights & advice for networking your business, teaches you how to photograph, write descriptions, make video commercials, and allows you to promote yourself with live links to other places you sell? Only on ARTFIRE – and these cutting edge Mavericks are always introducing the latest tools, features, tech trends and giving insights that you could apply to other places you sell. They give you the tools AND teach you how to use them – you can’t put a price on that education and you can’t find this anywhere else on the web!” Natalie of Swank and CapriciousAdornments
Art Fire offers sellers a place to sell their craft with no additional commission charges. Just one flat fee per month. Just like a regular website fee, it gives you a place for unlimited listings of your product, a built in blog, and promotional tools.
Key Features of Art Fire:
* One Monthly fee – no commission
* Blog/ Website set up layout for shop
* Personal Domain URL
* Global Shipping Profile
* Multiple Payment Processors
* Analytics
* Vacation Mode
* Rating Feedback System
* Tweet Your Items
* Pod Casts for sellers
* Search Engine Optimization
* Community
If you’re interested in finding out more about setting up a shop on Art fire, you can visit: http://www.artfire.com/groupdeal
If you’re already selling on another venue, Art Fire has this great article on comparing it’s service to others: If You’re From Etsy.
If I’ve left anything out or you’d like to leave a comment of your own experience on Art Fire, please do so!
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Daughter of a dairy farmer, this crafty mom has a heart for all things handmade. When she's not writing or crafting, you can find her creating memories with her family.

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