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Starting an Etsy Business For Dummies, 2nd Edition by Kate Shoup, Kate Gatski

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Chapter 14

Wrap It Up: Closing the Deal

In This Chapter

arrow Finding out when you’ve sold something

arrow Tracking sales in Your Account

arrow Viewing invoices

arrow Receiving payments

Hallelujah! You’ve made a sale! It’s time for some rejoicing — and possibly some invoicing. In this chapter, you get the scoop on how to deal with such end-of-sale matters as finding out when you’ve sold something, tracking your sales, invoicing, and receiving payments.

You’ve Got Sale: Finding Out You Have a Sale

When you sell an item in your Etsy shop, Etsy notifies you via e-mail straight away. As you can see in Figure 14-1, this e-mail contains loads of important information, including the following:

check.png Which item sold

check.png The price and quantity of the item that sold

check.png The payment method used

The buyer’s details, including his ...

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