What Should You Sell on Etsy?
By: Teresa M.
About This Quiz
Since 2005, Etsy has been giving creative spirits a place to sell their arts and crafts. You have been thinking of starting your own Etsy store, but what will you sell?
What unique item do you like to give as a gift?
What is your hidden talent?
What handmade item would you like to receive as a gift?
What online store do you shop from most?
What fashion style do you like most?
What color are you most likely to paint your bedroom?
What community college course are you most likely to take?
Who is your favorite How I Met Your Mother character?
What social media platform do you use most?
How would your friends describe you?
How creative are you?
I love creative people, but it's not my thing.
I can be creative when I need to be.
What artist do you like most?
Where do you purchase arts and crafts supplies?
How organized are you?
I could use some encouragement in that area.
I am always very organized.
I know where to find things and that's all that matters.
How prepared are you to run your own business?
I have a little experience, so I think I'll do fine.
Who will help you take photos of your merchandise?
I will have a model for help.
I will ask a friend to do it.
Where will you store the items for your shop?
I will store them in the closet.
I have a storage building.
What do you usually purchase on Etsy?
What is the first thing you do when you wake up?
Pick out my clothes for the day.
What cosmetic would you purchase on Etsy?
Where will your shop ship?
How many items will you list on Etsy each week?
What craft are you interested in trying?
Why do you want to start an Etsy shop?
I want to broaden my audience.
I would like to climb the ladder in my field.
I have to get rid of some stuff.
I would like to make extra money.
Where would you like to vacation?
What will your price range be?
What kind of music do you like most?
How will you measure your success?
I will measure success by the number of items I sell.
I will measure success by the number of fans I get.
I will measure success by the number of shipments.
I will measure success by the amount of money I make.