Category Archive for: ‘Selling’

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    Can We Really Trust Etsy?

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    If Etsy shut down your shop tomorrow, how screwed would your business be? They’re your customers. Make sure they continue to be.

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    Antiques: A Story to Tell

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    We have a guest post today from Debi Ward Kennedy. She has years and years of experience as a retail display and marketing guru that she has translated into a vintiques business she owns with her husband. We all love a good story, don’t we? …

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  • Sarahs House Vintage Quilt And Antique Bed

    6 Ways to Keep Up with Trends

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    Does it sound odd to talk about trends and vintiques in the same breath? After all, we sell old stuff, not trendy stuff! It may surprise new sellers when they learn that popular items that sell well in antique mall booths go through cycles. The …

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    Pleasing Every Customer Every Time is Impossible

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    As in every business on earth, trying to be all things to all people will only assure that you’re nothing to nobody. Specializing in a specific business niche means that you’re an expert – or becoming an expert, in that specific niche. Selling retail merchandise …

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  • How Much Inventory Do You Need?

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    Inventory management is one of those balancing acts that even the most experienced dealers wrestle with all the time. In fact, the popularity of closeout stores like TJMaxx/HomeGoods, Ross and others should show you just how tough it is to judge what kind and how …

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  • Selling In An Antique Mall Old And New Display

    The Debate: Selling New Items in an Antique Mall

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    When Sue and I were editing the ebook, she wondered if we really needed a section on buying wholesale merchandise. The book, after all, was about selling vintiques. “Well,” I argued, “Some of the most revered and studied shopkeepers being written about in shelter mags …

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