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Become more confident & adventurous in your soapmaking!
This course dives deeper into six areas of soapmaking that can seem extra challenging or intimidating to soapmakers.
Each lesson will equip you with the information you need to experience further success in your soapmaking endeavors, and provide inspiring recipe videos to demonstrate that lesson’s theme.
If you’ve never made soap before, be sure to go through the basic soapmaking guide and accompanying step-by-step video in the Intro section before proceeding to the lessons. If you’re a more experienced soapmaker, feel free to jump right into Lesson 1!
Introduction to Soapmaking Success
PreviewWelcome to Soapmaking Success!
StartIntroductory Guide to Soapmaking
StartHow to Make Soap Step-By-Step Video (Featuring Lavender Soap) (4:45)
StartLavender Soap Recipe
StartMRH Coupon Code
Module 1 – Success with Fruits & Veggies
StartGuide to Success with Fruits & Veggies
StartStrawberry Rose Soap Video (2:28)
StartStrawberry Rose Soap Recipe
PreviewPumpkin Soap with Spiced Latte Layer Video (3:40)
StartPumpkin Soap with Spiced Latte Layer Recipe
StartGrapefruit Poppyseed Soap Video (2:34)
StartGrapefruit Poppyseed Soap Recipe
StartBlueberry & Charcoal Swirl Soap Recipe
StartBlueberry & Charcoal Swirl Soap Video (3:27)
Module 1 BONUS: Making Loofah Soaps
StartHow to Make Loofah Soaps + Recipe
StartCucumber Mint Loofah Soap Video (3:51)
StartWrapping Up Module 1
What is Everything Else?
Everything Else is a product category on Amazon that is meant to be a catch-all for items that don’t fit into any other categories. Over time, as the Amazon catalog has grown and more specific product categories have been added, Everything Else has become less useful and more of a junkyard for cast off and forgotten listings.
Until recently, however.
Why are items listed in Everything Else when they shouldn’t be?
The answer to this is fairly simple. Some sellers are using Everything Else as an opportunity to get around Amazon’s gated category requirements. For example, DVDs with an MSRP of over $25 are now Selling certain products and bran… More and require permission to list. So we’ve seen some sellers create new listings in Everything Else to get around these requirements. We’ve noticed similar “workarounds” for other gated or Selling certain product categorie… More categories as well.
Amazon doesn’t like this. It just makes the catalog more of a mess than it already is and ends up creating a worse customer experience.
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