If you have followed me for any length of time you’ll be familiar with my Prints Make Profits Mini Guides.
These short and to the point guides focus on popular eBay print niches and provide all of the information necessary to get set up quickly and cheaply making money!
Lately I have been spending a lot of time researching the Etsy marketplace and I stumbled across a new and exciting niche that ticks all of the boxes (NOTE: This is not about selling illustrations removed from books)
- Ridiculously Simple to do
- Cheap to set up
- Sellers are achieving regular sales
- High profit margins – 85% plus!
- No special skills required – ANYBODY/ANYWHERE can do this
Welcome to my first Etsy Mini Guide!
In keeping with Mini Guide tradition this brand new guide features information that I have never published before, it contains no fluff or filler but gets straight to the point with a concise 4 part tutorial explaining everything you need to know to get up and running making money in this lucrative and exciting niche!
Part 1 Proves the profitability of the niche with examples from existing sellers.
This particular seller has been doing this for the last 3 years and has averaged 121 sales per month!
Part 2 Analyses the product showing you what you need and where to find it.
Part 3 Discusses the sourcing of your supplies.
Part 4 Uses a new Etsy research tool to analyse the competition and gain vital information on how to price and list your items for maximum traffic and sales. This tool even shows you the most popular tags to make your job as simple as possible!
ALL of my detailed research and analysis is available today for LESS than $10!
If you have bought my products and guides before you will know the quality of the information and support that I provide so you can rest assured that the value of the information in my brand new Etsy Mini Guide is worth many times what I am asking for it.
I am so convinced that you will be blown away and itching to dive in and start selling in this lucrative niche after reading my new guide that I am prepared to take all of the risk out of your purchase and offer you a 100% money back guarantee if you aren’t delighted for ANY reason!
Simply drop me an email and I’ll refund your money immediately, no questions asked (AND you get to keep the package)
You will make your investment back with your first sale!
THIS OFFER IS NOW CLOSED!
I am determined to protect the value in this niche from over exposure – my guide will be available to my subscribers only (you will NOT see any other marketers promoting this product) and it will be withdrawn from sale at MIDNIGHT EST Monday Sept 21st
Q How is this new Etsy Mini Guide different to ‘Your Etsy Profit Machine!’?
A This guide is not a general ‘how to sell on Etsy’ course but a tutorial about one specific money making idea.
Q What will I be selling if I take action with your Etsy Mini Guide?
A The product is a paper based product but my Etsy Mini Guide is not about removing illustrations from vintage books.
Q How does your refund guarantee work?
A If you are not delighted with my Etsy Mini Guide for any reason simply drop me a line at email@example.com and I will cheerfully refund all of your money with no questions asked.
Please feel free to use the comments section for any questions
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Gosh Stuart!! I just got back from NY and missed your new guide. I’ve bought almost all of your products–anyway I can still get this?? It would be greatly appreciated.
Gee, sounds like a winner. Sorry I missed out.. 🙁
Sorry to say I missed this latest product. Never mind, those things happen. How are things mate? Will call you soon.
Does this idea need you to be artistic?
Or can you purchase product easily and then resell?
No, you don’t need to be artistic and this isn’t about buying items to resell.
I tried to purchase but got a message that JV Zoo cannot process my payment at the moment. Help! I would like to purchase before your midnight deadline.
I’ve emailed you, Carol
Hi Stuart, Just purchased the mini guide, but can’t open, save, or download the information off JVZOO site.
I’ve emailed you, David
Thanks so much! Got the report. Great idea!
Beth Sawickie says
Wow Stuart! From the vague description I was uncertain about purchasing….but I’m glad I did.
This is totally unlike what you’ve taught before. It is something I never would have thought of. My Mom has one of the things needed gathering dust in her living room (it’s there as decoration – nostalgia).
What a nifty, proven, idea!
Thanks for finding this niche, investigating it and sharing the info!
Elaine Bryant says
I like to make wreaths etc. from drieds I have grown in my garden. Would Etsy be aplace to sell one at a time?
This isn’t a niche I am familiar with but a quick search on Etsy for “dried flower wreath” brought up over 1200 results so, yes I’d say this is definitely worth checking out!
Elaine Bryant says
Thank you , I will check.
Hi Stuart: I”m in the same boat as Claude.I don’t get paid until the 3rd of next month.
What can I do? Doni
I’ve sent you an email, Doni
Peter Fong says
Is the new Etsy research tool that you mentioned in this blog free?
The research tool has two levels – a free level which gives a load of useful information and a paid level with much more functionality.
Don Stappenbeck says
Hi Stuart.Regarding my previous email about not getting the download.I checked my Paypal account and I was never charged,so I guess the transaction somehow never went thru.I’m going back to your original email an ordering again.Regards Don Stappenbeck.
I’m generally skeptical about “anyone-can-do-it”, low/zero cost of entry schemes.
If it’s so easy and anyone can do it, what’s the unique selling proposition (USP) and what’s to prevent the market from becoming saturated whether you try to limit the information or not?
Thanks for your comment, Brian!
The handmade nature of the Etsy marketplace means that your own imagination/creativity will always be a factor in your products and the idea featured in my Etsy Mini Guide is no different – remember, we aren’t talking about eBay here with hundreds of people all trying to sell identical ‘widgets’ – you can take this idea in many different directions and creative people will always make their own USP.
Saturation isn’t really an issue with handmade items.
I have never sold on Etsy would this make a difference?
Etsy is the perfect platform for beginners – much easier to use and a level playing field unlike ebay which is biased towards established/volume sellers.
My advice is to search my blog for ‘Etsy’ posts – you’ll find a lot of free info that will help you get set up. If you want a comprehensive, step by step guide to starting and marketing your Etsy business check out my course – Your Etsy Profit Machine!
Larry Cole says
Is it bigger than a bread-box?
Seriously, is the product being promoted here Upcycle Print Profits? I have this already.
Thanks for your question, Larry!
As I said in my post this is brand new information that I have never published before.
Larry Cole says
I discovered that when I purchased it.
Ian Gibb says
Great to hear from you again and as usual I know that this Mini Guide will be up to your usual high standards.
You mention that it’s cheap to set up but does it entail all the extras, such as auto responder, website etc. that adds to the cost?
Thanks for your question, Ian!
This idea is about selling a simple, paper based product (NOT illustrations removed from books) on Etsy so no, there is no need for autoresponder, website etc.
Stuart, I sent you a reply via eMail. This sounds like a good fit with interests I have, but my retirement comes well after the date you are pulling this.
I bought and appreciate your first print marketing item, and enjoy your fellow membership with My Silent Team. You are a blessing there!:-)
I have sent you an email, Claude
My order got stuck in JV Zoo so I didn’t get my download either.
I sent you an email, Bette
Don Stappenbeck says
Hi Stuart.I purchased your new guide today thru Paypal but never received the download.Regards Don Stappenbeck.
I have emailed you, Don