Hello Ladies,

I started my business a while back to help offset our adoption costs. My things are sold in three local stores where they sell like hotcakes. The only problem is selling wholesale cuts into my profits so much that I break even and have only a little money to go toward the adoption (maybe $1 or $2 per item). I am trying to sell on Etsy so I can get retail prices and raise more money but the online store is horribly slow. I have also had a few people on Etsy tell me that it is "off-putting" that I have our adoption on my store. I am not sure if that is why I am not selling well on Etsy, our adoption mention has only helped us in the stores here locally. I guess I am just wondering if anyone has any advice? The rest of our adoption fees are due in June and it would be nice to have more cushion!

Thanks :)

Anya

here is my store link, let me know if I can improve anything, http://Anyasgreenbaby.etsy.com

http://anyasgreenbaby.blogspot.com

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