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Friday Announcement: TYPENU Co is Launched!

Gosh this week completely flew by and unfortunately I didn’t get the chance to create more meaningful blog content; but I am happy to announce that my little e-shop is all re-branded and launched on a beautiful site (using Shopify)!  Woohoo!

TYPENU CO – Jewelry that’s quietly minimal, always beautiful, and occasionally adorable

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Last week I shared some of my personal favorite pieces while I discussed a little goal of mine for New Years, and here we are!  Okay, I kind of cheated when I made the goal because it was already in process but I just didn’t know when it was going to be completed.  Making it a concrete goal has definitely lit a fire under my ass though, which in this case isn’t a bad thing.

A little bit about the rebranding – I had named the business back when I just wasn’t sure where it would really go, and so I named it after one of my favorite french words ‘inconnue’, the feminine form of the word meaning stranger, something unfamiliar.  After awhile I didn’t feel like it really encompassed the value I wanted to have behind my brand, and so I set out to change it to the TYPENU Collective.

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Inconnue marketing materials

I’m nowhere near done though; now that the shop is up and running I’m looking to find my blog a new official home too, this blog will remain with the web address under the old brand until I have a good home.

If anyone has tips of a good and affordable blog hosting service I’m all ears!  Have you ever tried to start an online business?  Which e-commerce / marketplace did you decide to go with?  I would love to hear some of your successes or challenges, and it would also really help me out to hear any constructive criticism for TYPENU Co!

Shhhh…I’ll leave you guys with a small surprise:  25% off a purchase of $15 or more using code ‘HAPPY2016’!

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34 thoughts on “Friday Announcement: TYPENU Co is Launched!

    • Alice Shiya says:

      I always wanted to try Weebly, it looks really simple and easy to set up! Having google checkout is such a plus. Yea the catch of using stand alone sites is the marketing and it’s such a pain, but I moved from Etsy in order to try for a stronger brand identity and the Etsy platform didn’t allow for that much! Thanks for sharing your thoughts!

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