Tastetest.etsy.com

Rob Kalin emailed me today telling me about a new Etsy adventure called Tastetest.etsy.com. It works by finding people who share your taste. You answer a few visual questions by clicking what you like and like magic, Etsy spits out products matching your taste.

On ‘my taste’ page are SEVERAL items I want to buy asap. The crazy thing is they give you a permanent url so you can go back and see what’s new.

Etsy, this is going to ruin me! (financially) But wheee, this makes me happy! Expect way more Etsy related blogposts. This makes finding gems a breeze. I am impressed.

14 Comments leave a comment below

  1. This is wonderful! There goes my free time…

  2. I love Etsy but I always have found it hard to find great things there (I know that there are a lot of them!)

    This thing is just what I needed. Thanks!

  3. that was so fun! it’s almost like a game to just click on things you like. i might do it again.

  4. oh oh oh, my pockets are empty now…. wonderful tool!

  5. That is financially dangerous for sure!

  6. It’s like bookmarking your favorite shopping sites…there goes my savings! I wonder if they have stuff that could help me in sports coaching. Some creative tools to keep my team excited and energetic perhaps.

  7. The main disadvantage of shopping online is that you have to pay shipping costs and have to wait for the items you purchased to be shipped and delivered. (This could take several weeks if you have purchased a product from overseas, and the costs of shipping may outweigh any savings you made on the purchase price.) You will not be able to purchase an item you need to use immediately online.

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