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Here’s an email subject line that caught my eye today:

“Gorgeous Gifts and Goodies Under $350!”

Now, wouldn’t that be a great opportunity for YOU to (more…)

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The absolute best way to get your followers, fans, readers, customers to think of your shop

Checking her list? Help her check it OFF!is to figure out what they’re thinking now, and how your business can solve that need/ want/ wish. And December, full of events, gift-giving, family doings, is perfect for this! So let’s think about what they’re thinking about, and how we might (more…)

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Need a quick, inexpensive, community-minded holiday event in your shop?  How about

Cookies & Cans

Here’s how our local private museum publicizes (more…)

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Underdog Tactics for resale & consignment shops from TGtbT.com

Just because you can’t afford a circular in the paper on Thanksgiving Day, and you’re not about to open at 5am for those crazy shoppers….

…doesn’t mean you can’t tempt some holiday bucks into your register this week!

Some tactics that are especially attuned to your scrappy-little-dog shop, to highlight how small can be mighty:

First off, don’t sacrifice profits!

Price is NOT  (more…)

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Bummer, right? No matter how cute and interesting and vital your page is, very few of those who follow you will ever be offered the choice to read it. Is there a solution? YES. (Well, MAYBE. Read on…)  (more…)

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Facebook Live Voideos backwards? TGtbT.com tells you how to flip!

If there’s even more you’re confused about in the resale industry, you need to click on the pic and grab all of TGtbT.com’s info!

If you’re flipping out over your Facebook Live videos being backwards, here’s how to correct that!

Or rather, here’s LOTS of ways… try them all and see (more…)

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Recently, I was witness to an exchange between a shopkeeper who draws enthusiastic customers from an hour and more away, and one which says her customers are so cheap “they expect thrift-store prices”. The shops carry the same range of merchandise, so what’s going on here?

Let’s call the shop with enthusiastic buyers Shop A, and the other, Shop B.

Will your cusomers pay your prices? asks Kate Holmes of TGtbT.com

Is it "cheap" customers or something else? A Too Good to be Threw blog post.Is it the income level of the two shops’ market areas? Shop A is in a city with (more…)

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