Monday, February 1, 2010

F.........ebruary Experiment

You are invited to celebrate the month of February with me as I show a little love to my Etsy shop with an experiment. Although my sales were OK in January, I'd like to see those figures improve and know there are things I can be doing to promo Peacox Creations. I'd be delighted if you would follow along with me as I try these techniques:

1. Blog every day with an update on what I did the day before.

2. List or renew at least two items every day.

3. Take new photos and edit them at least once a week, even though I know on this old, slow computer, that will be a challenge.

4. Introduce at least one completely new product.

5. Edit the present items in my shop with better tags, titles an descriptions.

6. Be active with at least one team I'm on a day, posting in the team forums, reading others' blogs, or perhaps making treasuries.

There must have been a method to my madness for choosing the shortest month of the year!

One of the new items I'm posting today is this set of crocheted cotton dishcloths/facecloths knit from a yarn that makes its own stripes. They arrive tied with a matching ribbon, so they are quickly ready to tuck in a gift, or untie for immediate use!



7 comments:

Rose Works Jewelry said...

Cute dishclothes - and good luck with your experiment!

Anitra Cameron said...

Good luck with your experiment! We should all be following your example, or at least I should, lol.

Kathleen said...

Very cute dishclothes! Sounds like you have some good ideas for your etsy shop this month!

memoriesforlifescrapbooks said...

I look forward to reading about your experiment and how it goes through the month :)

I could learn from a lot of these ideas!

Splendid Little Stars said...

It will be fun to watch along with you as you experiment. The dishcloths look particularly good rolled up and tied with ribbon--very buyable!

BeadedTail said...

It'll be fun to follow your experiment! Those dishcloths are cute!

TiLT said...

great idea :) Can't wait to see how it works out for you...I know the pic part can be cumbersome with an older computer .....best of luck!