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Hello All,

Yes, I am doing a recap on this from February 13, 2013. I wanted to do a pro and con list for each of these stores:

 Etsy – Con

  • Fees/Cost – for each item you post and quantity, anything you sell Etsy gets a cut, and shipping
  • No Self-Promoting (this can be good or bad on how you want to be promoted)
  • Break down of Fees from Etsy – www.etsy.com/uk/help/article/136

 Etsy – Pro

  • Nice Website
  • Promoted Well
  • Easy Navigation
  • Blog Tutorials
  • Community Groups

Now looking at the list the Pros do out wait the Cons but as I said in the video you get what you pay for.

Storenvy – Con

  • No Promoting
  • All Self-Promoting (this can be good or bad on how you want to be promoted)
  • Your Store Website you get for free not the best. If you know HTML, you will know how to make it look the way you want. But for a novice like me, it doesn’t work.
  • After I close my shop I am still getting follower add to my shop. (Which is very suspicious, because I close my store in February… why do I still have followers clicking to be added if there are no products? Just checked my account I have 11 people just added to my site… Why?)

 Storenvy – Pro

  • It’s free – unlimited amount of product you want to post, no fee for shipping, or storenvy will not get a cut of what you sell… if you sell.
  • Self-Promoting (this can be good or bad on how you want to be promoted)
  • If you know HTML, you will know how to make your store front look the way you want.

Okay Storenvy is 50/50, if you do a lot of YouTube, Pinterest, or any other social media and have a somewhat large fan base you could be successful. Really it’s all comes to you and how much efforts you put in to your business.