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How to complete your stall page on Pedddle

A quick guide to the essentials for completion of your page!

There is also a video to accompany this page and you can find it here on Youtube.

Firstly, login to your Pedddle account! Then select the ‘My Stall’ button at the top. You will notice 4 tabs (see below).

Work through each tab, clicking “Update” at the bottom as you go.

1. General Information

In the “General Information” tab, give a short intro to your business in the excerpt, and a more detailed description in the next box.

Be sure to input the right information on the socials section – just your handles are needed, no @‘s.

2. Where you sell

You can feature products from your own website if it runs on Shopify or Woo-commerce. You can also link to feature your Etsy, Folksy or And So To Shop.

Input the counties which you sell in (they will pop up once you start typing). Only use those that you trade in.

3. QR codes

Next up, the QR Code tab: this is a relatively new feature. You can read more about the QR code here and what it does.

Upload an image, as the customer will see this image after they have scanned your QR code out at a market! Add a picture of you and your stall ideally and they will remember you!

If you wish, you can offer a discount for those scanning the QR code. Maybe use one that encourages people to spend an amount before they get a discount, e.g. Spend £10 and get 20% off.

From this tab you can order your Pedddle board.

4. Gallery

Finally, no stall page is complete without some images! Click the ‘Gallery’ tab and upload some of your fab product pics. We recommend square images, 1080×1080 in size.

Pictures are an epic way to get some SEO (search engine optimisation) juice for Google! Be sure to do this it is SO very important.

Optimising your images helps your visibility, but including the alt text (describing what is in an image) is also important for accessibility. Watch this video if you’re unsure how to add and optimise your images.