Etsy: Get 40 free listings when you open an Etsy shop

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Etsy: Get 40 free listings when you open an Etsy shop

I’m so excited that you are ready to start on your new Etsy adventure. You probably have butterflies in your tummy as you are taking your first steps to bring a dream into reality.

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Please notice that this promotion will work for new Etsy sellers only.

We all love free stuff, and free listings in your brand-new shop is a good starting point for your new journey. Normally you will be charged a listing fee of $0.20 USD for each item that you list for sale on Etsy. Each listing is valid for 4 months.

However, if you use the referral link below you can get 40 free listings when you open your shop for the first time. When you use the link both of us get 40 free listings on Etsy. So it’s a win-win.

40 free listings on Etsy

Click on the button below to claim your free listings.

How to claim your 40 free listings:

  1. Click on the link above
  2. Sign up to Etsy and register your shop
  3. Start listing your first 40 free items

Please keep in mind that you need to open your shop directly from the provided link in order to receive the free listings. If you navigate away from the link or switch browsers, this new shop will not be registered as coming directly from the link and will not give you the free listings.

When your shop is up and running, then you can share your own referral code with others to get even more free Etsy listings. Any shop can offer a referral link to a new seller. Both the new seller (you) and the shop referring (me) get 40 free listings. Yippee!

Since you’re already here, why not have a look at my Etsy shop. But wait to explore my shop after you have created your own 🙂

Ulf Emsoy has long working experience in project management, software development and supply chain management.

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