Delivering on your Sales: The Ins and Outs of Shipping your Handmade Crafts

Delivering on your Sales: The Ins and Outs of Shipping your Handmade Crafts

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Sold items from your online store will need to be shipped to the buyer. Have a plan before your open your online store. Maria Nerius gives you some topics to consider in this great article about maintaining your online craft store and shipping your crafts.


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Thank you so much for this entire section. We are in the early stages of opening an online business and truly value all the information you have made available to us. With this kind of quality help available our margin for error should be much smaller than it might have been. One can never be too informed.

Thank you so much for this entire section. We are in the early stages of opening an online business and truly value all the information you have made available to us. With this kind of quality help available our margin for error should be much smaller than it might have been. One can never be too informed.

Another point to think about is delivery tracking. The "delivery confirmation" service offered by the USPS only tracks when your shipment enters and leaves their system. It is not intended to track each step of the shipment's travels. (This is information I got from my local post office.) While other package delivery services may cost more, they often include point-by-point tracking of the progress of your package. Just something to keep in mind!

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