The Business End of Art: Selling Art via Amazon Handmade
About five years back, I got an email from Amazon, stating that they were starting something called "Amazon Handmade," with an eye towards getting into the art and fine crafts market.
Curious and always looking for new avenues to sell my work, I went ahead and made a seller account. After a while — the listing "learning curve" was a bit steep — I created a small number of listings, pretty much as an experiment.
Then I more or less "forgot about it," except for the occasional notification that — somewhat to my surprise — an item had actually sold.
In retrospect, the experiment was actually somewhat successful, given how few items I put for sale, and the number I ended up selling.
Painted stones — however pretty they might be — are not an easy sell, at the best of times.
After the absolute absence of art sales during the past 18 Covid-dominated months, I have recently put some effort into updating and expanding my Amazon Handmade Listings.
Now I am just cautiously hopeful that a few sales might happen!
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