Monday, October 15, 2012

My Much Neglected Online Shop

Dear friends, Thankyou to everyone who made a purchase last week during my sale. Good times, good times. It brought to light how I have been neglecting the wonders that is a cute little online shop lovingly attached to my blog and facebook page allowing my dear friends to look at, oogle, and purchase their favorites of my creations from the comfort and convienence of their home in their jammies. (at least when I'm at home I wear jammies, true story) I shall honestly endeavor to always have some offerings available through this avenue, with only temporary closings during a show or abscence from my studio. I still have a few "early" pieces available at a discount, as well as adding some fun new works. So please check back often, happy shopping, and have a fantastically fabulous day!!!

4 comments:

  1. Giving discounts to your customers is a brilliant strategy to keep your customers coming back. :) Show a little appreciation to your customers by hosting a special event like a raffle or something. By the way, I like your designs, especially the necklaces!

    Jamie Viggiano

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  2. That’s the mindset of a good business owner! You may want to offer promos, by the way. It is vital for a business owner who desires to increase sales and interest to offer promos and discounts to his valued and potential customers. It keeps their excitement and urgency to purchase your items alive.

    Kristofer Mcginty

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  3. Oooh! I love discounts, but it's your necklaces that gets me coming back! I love its eclectic designs, something that you won't normally see in the market. Though, in order to increase your income, you have to pay more attention to your online shop, offer more promos and discounts and of course, create more stunning pieces. Good luck on your future endeavors!

    Lesli Dyson

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  4. Thankyou for the comments and advice!! Please come join me on my Facebook page at www.facebook.com/seamonkeycovetradingco I am MUCH better at posting upcoming events and sharing news in a quick comment rather than writing a blog.

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