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Topic: Hand Painted Acrylic Nails - Fade Designs  (Read 2287 times)
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« Reply #10 on: August 04, 2012 09:58:37 PM »

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A lot of neat designs there.  You are really good at leopard spots : )


I just ordered 500 fake nails off of ebay that look a bit longer than the ones I have posted already so people will be able to file them down to the lengths they want, or I can make some that are pre-shortened. I don't know, we'll see when they get here. I can't wait for them to come, so I can start working on them : )
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« Reply #11 on: August 30, 2012 09:16:58 AM »

Actually, I think this might be oK because it is posted in the "Get Product & Website Opinions" board, & from what I've seen, it's not a problem to post links back to a shop since she's asking for feedback to a particular product. Might want to open a help desk ticket or otherwise contact a Mod to find out for sure about the specific rules for the business portion of the board. Smiley

No you're right. Asking for website critiques is perfectly acceptable here, and to do that you have to post your website! Smiley (Although if you want an Etsy shop critque, there is a specific thread on the Etsy board for that.)

In the future, though, you will probably get more responses specific to the product if you post in another board aimed at the product, not the business end of things, like Bath & Beauty. Also, don't include shop or listing links, instead upload a few more pictures.

Probably not the kind of helpful you were looking for, but I hope this was helpful enough. Smiley

She can't mention anything about selling out in the other boards though. That's the good thing about here, you can ask and get opinions based on the items perceived ability to sell.
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« Reply #12 on: August 30, 2012 09:17:54 AM »

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A lot of neat designs there.  You are really good at leopard spots : )


I just ordered 500 fake nails off of ebay that look a bit longer than the ones I have posted already so people will be able to file them down to the lengths they want, or I can make some that are pre-shortened. I don't know, we'll see when they get here. I can't wait for them to come, so I can start working on them : )

I personally really dislike long nails and I'd be afraid that if I filed them I'd mess them up somehow. So I would definitely suggest some shorter nails!
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« Reply #13 on: August 30, 2012 09:49:13 AM »

No you're right. Asking for website critiques is perfectly acceptable here, and to do that you have to post your website! Smiley (Although if you want an Etsy shop critque, there is a specific thread on the Etsy board for that.)

She can't mention anything about selling out in the other boards though. That's the good thing about here, you can ask and get opinions based on the items perceived ability to sell.

What I meant by the second part is that the OP was a little mixed as to what it was looking for. Asking for critiques or suggestions seems more like something to ask in Bath & Beauty, versus if she had been asking for pricing or what to include in the package suggestions, which would be more appropriate here. So it was only a suggestion as to where to get better feedback based on what I thought she was looking for. Smiley
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« Reply #14 on: August 30, 2012 10:40:46 AM »

I hear ya. It's definitely a nuanced thing and totally depends on what she wants to get out of it. Smiley
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