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« on: November 28, 2008 06:43:56 AM »

So I have this business we make pereler bead ice creams and make them magnets, We want our own site and we got one but im making it so no worries about that but how do we make our business "bigger" and so people know who we are and not just at our school
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« Reply #1 on: November 28, 2008 11:59:21 PM »

It is called MARKETING!  If you don't market/promote your business nobody will ever know about your business.

Marketing takes a lot of time and effort to do.  No marketing = no $$$$$$$$$

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« Reply #2 on: November 30, 2008 04:36:12 AM »

Do you know a simple thing you can do right now that takes about 10 seconds? Go into your Craftster profile and put your website in your signature.

It's usually little things like this that make the difference, not big ad campaigns.

Just google "craft links" and you'll find lots of directories you can sign up at, usually they just request a link back on your site.

You can sign up a Twitter, promote on Flickr, join Flickr groups, all those social networking sites (myspace type places) and join some forums where you can put your website in your signature.

If you read blogs, leave comments where you can have a link available to your website in your profile at least (I know blogger allows this).

Get yourself some business cards and look around town for bulletin boards you can post them to. Grocery stores, coffee shops, clubs, community centers might be a good start.

If you know folks who work for a living - family, friends, whoever - give them your cards and have them leave in their work lunchrooms.

« Reply #3 on: December 31, 2008 08:59:39 AM »

It is called MARKETING!  If you don't market/promote your business nobody will ever know about your business.

Marketing takes a lot of time and effort to do.  No marketing = no $$$$$$$$$
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