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Etsy promotes brick-and-mortar stores

Etsy posted its third quarter earnings in December 2015 and although it reported a 38% increase, that figure fell short of predictions – in turn, shares dropped nearly 10%. Could promoting Etsy sellers in the physical world help the artisanal marketplace regain some ground?

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