As a Felt seller, you’re part of an awesome community of makers, artists, designers, and craftspeople. Together we are one of the largest collectives of makers and creatives in New Zealand – when we’re all pulling together and sharing the same message, that’s a powerful voice.
Grab some gorgeous Christmas Gift Guide graphics to make your own social media posts. This year’s design by the talented Donna Robertson is super cute and captures a Kiwi Christmas perfectly – get it out there!
If it seems like scams are everywhere at the moment, that’s because they really are. Wherever you can receive messages, you’re at risk of contact from scammers, including Felt. And the best defence against them? Knowing how to spot them.
Throughout the year, the team at Felt collates gift guides and collections, and selects items and shops to feature in our marketing emails and social media channels. So how do we decide what to feature?
When the kōwhai is out, spring lambs are springing, and the sun is shining, it’s the perfect time to put some spring energy into your Felt shop! We’ve divvied up some key housekeeping tasks so you can follow the steps and complete a full shop spring clean.
Pricing is an endlessly tricky topic, and while sometimes it comes down to a bit of trial and error, there are some fundamental factors that can make all the difference to whether you make money. Here are six common pricing mistakes that are easy to make, but easy to avoid if you know what to look out for.
Over the years we’ve asked sellers on Felt to share their advice about selling online, running a business, and living a creative life. The collective wisdom on Felt is invaluable, whether you’re already established, or just starting out. Enjoy the second instalment in a Felt Tips series, straight from our hardworking hivemind!
From 1 August 2023, commission on Felt sales will increase to 8.5% – our first price increase since Felt began, 16 years ago. Listing fees will remain the same, so the day-to-day cost of having a Felt shop and listing products will not change.
A well thought out brand can add significant value to your product and business as a whole by attracting customers and retaining them. The purpose of a brand is to create recognition, desire, and trust, and there are two key factors to doing this well: authenticity and consistency.