Haze Productions
Web Design
Simple web design for a simple budget, why complicate things?
Craft
www.kscs.org.uk
Photography
A Beautiful Day Productions
Web Design
Simple web design for a simple budget, why complicate things?
Craft

I've been spending quite a bit of time over the last month or so promoting my services. It's a new concept for me as previously all of my work has come via word of mouth. Now that I'm selling on Etsy the emphasis has definitely shifted to getting the word out there about what is available, if for no other reason than that of listings expiring. I could, of course, just spam my Facebook newsfeed and cajole all of my friends into buying my wares but I don't want to go down that road, silly perhaps but it's just a rule I have for myself. So I've been following other avenues. I do have a facebook page (feel free to visit: http://www.facebook.com/SimpleAsSolutions) and I think I will probably use it quite a bit in the future to show off my portfolio etc. The one place I've really been gaining ground on though is Google+. The site recently launched Communities which are kind of like Facebook pages but a little more self contained and much easier to set up! My community Etsy UK is slowly populating with followers and I hope that soon I can get some discussions going and interactions in place. l think it's nice to be able to interact with others who are in the same boat and as I'm unable to join any local meet-ups right now this is as good away as any to do so. Of course there are the Etsy teams themselves which also offer places to discuss things but I find myself struggling to remember to visit these whereas Google+ is already a part of my daily routine (and you get notifications too!).

Feel free to come and join in :-)

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