Using the correct image dimension can make a big difference in the look of your online Etsy store. The correct dimensions would ensure your images are not blurry, and present well.
The image size varies depending on where you want the image to be. The below is Etsy’s recommendation for images (sizes are in pixels):
Profile photo – 400 x 400
Shop Icon – 500 x 500
Shop banner – 760 x 100
Cover photo – The ideal size for your cover photo is 3360 x 840. The minimum size is 1200 x 300.
Team logo – 170 x 100
Item listing photo – At least 1000 pixels wide.
Item listing photos
Most people are understandably interested in having really great images for their items listings. Further to the image size being at least 1000px in width, there are also recommendations regarding image orientation. It is suggested that the first photo be horizontal/landscape or square for a better presentation after cropping. Etsy noted that they crop and resize images from the centre, so to have your images shown properly, it is advised that you centre your images. It is also good to ensure images are clear and crisp and that the colours reflect the type, mood and purpose of the listing.
Free image editing tools
If you do not have an image editing software, try an online tool to cut and resize your images:
Photoshop Express Online
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, well a great image could bring in quite a few sales, so always ensure yours are the best quality and that they look great!
Google’s email account allows for more than just emails; you gain access to over fifty other services to help with business, communication, skills development, income earning opportunities and so much more. This is possible because once you have an email account it allows you to enrol in many other free Google services without the need for multiple logins.
I will now show you how to create an email address with Google. Google’s email service is called ‘Gmail’. To create an account, follow the steps below:
- Navigate to http://google.com.
Click on ‘Sign in’.
- You might see this page straight away, if so click ‘Create an account’.
You will likely see this screen first:
You will see this screen if other people have used that particular browser to get access to their Gmail accounts. As such, the page might display the accounts to allow for easier access, if the account holders wish to log into their account. Ignore those accounts, just click on ‘Add account’. You will then be taken to the page noted prior, where you will click to create an account.
4 . Fill in the information as per form request. For mobile number, enter a valid number or none at all. Also, regarding ‘alternate’ email address; ensure it’s an email account that is current and can be easily accessed. In case you forget your password or have trouble accessing your account, these information make it easier to regain account control.
Once you have completed these steps, you can now log in and explore all that a Google account offers.
Here’s how to cancel a subscription or recurring payment from PayPal. Please note that depending on the layout you have there are slight differences. Although using either of the below will lead you to the same place, both are included nonetheless:
#1. Accounts with old layout.
- Go to www.paypal.co.uk and log in to your account.
- Click ‘Profile‘ near the top of the page.
- Select ‘My money‘.
- In the ‘My pre-approved payments‘ section, click ‘Update‘.
- Select the merchant whose agreement you want to cancel and click ‘Cancel’.
- Click ‘Cancel Profile‘ to confirm your request.
#2. Accounts with newer or updated layout.
1. Select Profile (setting wheel at the right, highlighted above)
2. Click on ‘Payments‘ from navigation
3. Under ‘Managing upcoming payments‘, Select ‘Preapproved payments‘. You will see a list of your Subscriptions, Automatically billed payments, Installment plan payments in a list.
4. Select the ‘Merchant‘ name (in blue) from the left column.
5. At ‘Status‘ you will see, Active | Cancel, click ‘Cancel‘.
6. A ‘Cancel Confirmation‘ pops up, click ‘Yes‘.
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