Please welcome guest columnist Holly Cardew. Holly is passionate about helping others sell and increase their online sales. She has recently launched Pixc to help store owners create great images by editing and removing the background of images. This process is completed within 24 hours. Today, Holly shares tips for creating great product images…
Your product photos are the most important priority when Continue reading »
This week’s Featured Zibbeter is Nora Hessayon from Leah Rose Designs. Nora is from our growing member base in London!
Nora sews, knits and crochets her own unique designs. Her shop is beautifully designed, with an assortment of cushions, hats, scarves, bags and necklaces.
Make sure you check out her shop today! You will love it! Continue reading »
The unpredictable weather in North America over the last two months has delayed the start of many gardens. It does seem calmer now and after all, it’s the 2nd half of May. What do you do to get your garden ready? Read catalogs and books? Wander the aisles of the local nurseries? Many Zibbet sellers can help you out before you even get your hands dirty. Check out these featured shops and many more before you kneel Continue reading »
List. Unlist. Remove item from listings. Active. Draft. Edit. Copy. Remove from favorites list. Add to favorites list. What do all these terms mean? What result is produced by each of these actions? For new Zibbeters especially, learning the ins and outs of setting up shop can seem overwhelming. And even seasoned Zibbeters can use a refresher course from time to time. To help calm your nerves, I thought it would be a helpful to define Continue reading »
In many respects paper is being replaced. E-mails are sent rather than letters delivered to your home. Books and newspapers are read on tablets and receipts and bills are stored electronically. Note taking in classes is done electronically. And yet paper is such a versatile medium. Zibbet sellers prove that point with hundreds and hundreds of paper products, some in ways you might never have thought Continue reading »