7 Best Etsy Seller Tools

Etsy is one of the top sites for people looking to buy art, customized gifts, crafts, handmade jewelry, vintage items, clothes, and more. Many customers end up finding shops that they buy from again and again. But it takes work to become a best-selling shop on Etsy. If you want to succeed as a seller, you’ll need to use the best Etsy seller tools to get there.

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Which One Won? Choosing a children’s book title about losing a pet

Reading a book about losing a pet might help you grieve the loss of your own, especially if you’re a kid. For one author, deciding on a children’s book title for a story about losing a dog was a challenge of its own.

So, the author put three options up in this PickFu poll and asked 50 dog owners which title made them more likely to buy the book:

  • A: When Winnie Went Away
  • B: Where Winnie Went
  • C: After Winnie Went Away

The titles are similar. But, as the results of the poll show, one word can have a big impact on potential readers.

Can you guess which one won?

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Which One Won: Out-of-the-box main image for a product listing

When choosing the main image for your product listing, consider every option — especially those outside the box.

In this PickFu ranked poll, the seller needed to decide between four images for an eco-friendly oral care kit. Three of the photos feature an aerial view of the kit with the contents in various arrangements. The fourth, Option D, simply shows the open box.

Narrowing the audience to 50 Amazon Prime members, the seller asked the question, “Which Amazon listing main image would you most likely click on?”

Can you guess which one won?

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Which One Won? Small details on a book cover make a big difference

When you’ve narrowed a book cover down to two nearly identical designs, how do you choose the final version? In the case of this author’s PickFu poll, small details made all the difference.

For a book titled Painful: One doctor’s fight against the Opioid Epidemic and Big Pharma, the author asked an audience of mystery and crime readers the question, “Which book cover is more appealing?”

Both covers feature an image of a pill bottle. In Option A, the bottle is on its side and the pills are spilling out. In Option B, the bottle is upright, with the pills gathered neatly around.

Can you guess which one won?

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Which One Won? Working out the best fitness book cover

In the oversaturated market of fitness books, one of the best ways to choose a book cover that will stand out is to split test your choices with a highly specific audience.

That’s what one author recently did on PickFu with three potential book designs. The author asked a target audience of people who take nutritional health supplements daily and who read self-help books, “Which book would you pick up in a store?”

The books have the same title and subtitle: 50 Fitness Tips You Wish You Knew: The Ultimate Collection of Tips, Tricks, and Hacks to Transform Your Mind, Body, and Life.

But the covers are wildly different.

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PickFu and ZonGuru: Test and validate before you launch

John Tilley, host of the “Amazon Seller Insights” podcast sponsored by ZonGuru, welcomed PickFu co-founder John Li for a chat about what makes PickFu a unique tool for testing and validating product ideas.

“We’re all too close to our own product,” said Tilley after hearing John describe PickFu’s capabilities. “The more you can get it out there and get some answers around it, the better you’re going to match what your customers are looking for.”

Scroll down to read the interview highlights or listen below.

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Which One Won? OK, boomer, here’s some book advice

OK, boomer. You’ve written a memoir with valuable advice for younger generations. How do you know your book title will make them want to read it?

That’s the question this author took to PickFu in a split test of two potential titles. The author asked a target audience of women between the ages of 18 and 34, “Which book title would you rather read and why?”

The titles were: Advice from the Bottom of a Boomer’s Heart and Back Away from the Cookies: And Other Advice to My Younger Self.

Can you guess which one won?

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