Are people adding your products to their cart, but not buying anything? While there could be many reasons for this, nine times out of ten, it's because you forgot to edit the text in your description.
It's All About Trust.
Trust is a very simple thing. When people see mistakes in your spelling and grammar, it damages their trust in you as an Etsy seller. The unconscious thought process goes like this:
"If this seller didn't take care while crafting their listing, I have no reason to believe that they took care while crafting their product."
Now your potential customer has placed a big question mark over your head. They have no reason to take a leap of faith and hope that your product will meet their expectations. Instead, they'll keep looking around. And when they find something similar to your product, guess what? If it has a well-crafted and 100% perfect description, that's the item they're going to buy. Not yours.
Luckily, this is an easy fix!
All you have to do is identify the problematic listings in your shop. I can take care of the corrections.
How Does It Work?
Let's say you want me to check and correct 3 of your Etsy product descriptions.
Do you see the big button on the right that says Request To Hire? Above it, where it says "Number of packaged offerings", change the number from 1 to 3, and click the button.
Send me a direct link to each of the three listing descriptions that have spelling and grammatical errors.
Within one business day, I'll send you a corrected version of the text that you can copy and paste into your Etsy listing. This is not an offer to replace or rewrite your text in any way. I will only correct your spelling and grammar.
Why Hire Me?
Do you ever watch those British films where an incredibly tiny child is holding a gigantic book and speaking like an adult? I'm American. But other than that... that was me. I've been obsessed with language since I learned to read. I LOVE WORDS. My creative writing was first published in a book (for adults) before I graduated high school. Two of the books I've edited are currently available in the Museum of Modern Art in New York. I can't get through a single newspaper article without noticing a mistake. And it REALLY bugs me. So I'll be very happy to pass on those automatic corrections to you.