The way we access the web and shop online in 2016 is very different than how we did it in 2012. Today, more than 50% of visits to US websites come via a mobile device and this year, consumers will spend 1,888 trillion dollars online. Here at IndieMade, we're doing everything we can to make sure your online store is ready for every buyer that comes along. In addition to the upcoming features you see here, we're also working our way through the suggestions you've submitted via email or through our Facebook group. We succeed when you succeed and we hope that these new features will help you reach your business goals in Q4 and in the coming year.
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We've launched a new responsive theme, Bolt, plus some frequently-requested features: the ability to apply coupons only to selected categories, and email notifications of comments to your blog.
We introduce three new features, available immediately for all IndieMade customers: the new theme Pilot, more fonts, and support for complex sales tax regimes.
Now your customers can pay for your goods or services without using PayPal. Announcing two much-requested features: pay with credit card via 2Checkout, and pay by check or money order.
Learn how Chuck Senties, a caricature artist from Chicago, uses his website to generate commissions from restaurants, national sports leagues, theme parks and special occasion parties.
IndieMade introduces two new enhancements to the platform: a slicker, responsive dashboard, and a Pinterest-inspired responsive theme called Leaf.
In Heidi Kingman's own words, "Who says upscale jewelry has to be stuffy and sedate?" Kingman's handwrought jewelry pairs edgy with elegant and rustic with refined, a reflection of her dichotomous, creative soul--a polished attorney struggling to keep her sassy ingenuity in check. Learn more about how this artist finds work/life balance, and an outlet in her creative expression.
Almost two decades ago Weener Ware fine artists began saving bottle caps because they didn't have the heart to throw them away, and perhaps they saw the seed of something special. For this reason, their work can take you through a time machine, and you might come across a piece that is full of memories and nostalgia.
As a new business owner you have an ever-growing number of tasks to attend to. That’s part of the excitement of starting your own craft business! Take it one step at a time and enjoy all the surprises along the way. The day you start is the smallest your business is ever going to be from that day forward; here are five tips to get you growing and up-to-speed quickly.