I want to tell my story.
I want the world to see what’s happening in my life.
And that’s why I’ve chosen to open my Etsy store with an open order.
I’ve built a company out of what I think are the basic tenets of a great online shop: open orders, no hidden fees, transparent pricing, and high quality goods.
My philosophy is that people should be able to go to Etsy and get what they want, when they want it, at the lowest possible price.
This way, I can focus my attention on my customer’s needs, not my own.
My shop has been a success so far, and I’ve already sold over 3,000 orders and collected over $1.5 million in sales so far.
But, as I’ve learned over the past year, the internet can be a dangerous place to start a business.
Some people find it easier to start businesses in their home country and make money off their native language.
I also find that people who want to sell things online are less likely to follow through with their plans.
This all means that I’m planning on shutting down my business this year.
In my next blog post, I’ll tell you what happens next.
Before I shut down my Etsy business, I set up a private order system with a very small team.
That way, if something went awry and I wasn’t able to fulfill the order, I would still have the chance to fix it.
That’s because my team members would only need to order an item from me and then send me the tracking information.
In this way, when I had to make a decision to shut down, it was as simple as sending an email to the email address on my account and telling them to “shut it down”.
I then created an Etsy account, signed in, and signed in to my account.
The process is similar to my previous private order site, but with some important differences.
Here’s how it works.
If I order an online order with a shipping address that’s not in my country, I need to create a private email address for the item to be sent to.
This email address is also the email that will be used for the tracking number and tracking number tracking information to show the order was sent to me.
I can’t make a purchase on my Etsy account from a foreign address.
I’ll also need to set up my PayPal account so that I can accept credit cards for the payment.
I’ll set up these details in a separate PayPal account, but for now, you can just click on “Manage Account” and “Payment” from the PayPal menu.
I’ve also set up PayPal to send payment details to Etsy for me to send the order.
The following screenshot shows what my account looks like now.
The shipping address is the same one that I used for my previous Etsy shop, but I’ll now use a different address.
The new address is my new address for this new shop.
I can then create a new private order and enter a tracking number for the order to be shipped.
The tracking number will show up on Etsy, so I can see when the order is shipped and when it arrives.
If a customer wants to pay with cash, I also need a PayPal payment link.
This will be sent directly to my PayPal email address, so customers can pay using their PayPal account.
Here’s the PayPal link that I created.
This is the PayPal page that I will use to pay the order:This is my PayPal link after it has been accepted by Etsy.
I now have two options.
First, I have to set the PayPal payment to be processed using my new email address and my new PayPal account details.
That means I can add a PayPal account to my existing account.
Second, I could just let my Etsy users pay for my goods using their existing PayPal accounts.
But that means I have two choices.
Either I can let my users pay using a new account, or I have my existing customers pay using PayPal.
Let’s go with the second option.
In my old Etsy shop I could only accept payments from customers using PayPal because I could not accept payments through a new Etsy account.
But now I can also accept payments on Etsy through a PayPal link.
In order to accept PayPal payments, I first have to create an account.
Etsy has a helpful guide on creating an Etsy Account.
Once I have an Etsy Etsy account up and running, I then need to open a PayPal page.
Etsy’s PayPal page is located at https://paypal.me/orders.
The page for my new Etsy shop has all the same information that my previous shop had, but now it shows up on my home page as a PayPal invoice.
I just need to click the link that will take me to the PayPal invoice page.
This page has all of the same fields as the previous PayPal page, including the Paypal account information