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Okay, I get it.

Your shop’s so busy, you’re lucky to snap a shot and post it on social media, yet alone do as Kate suggests: brand your photo with your shop name.

One more step is just one step too far? Don’t care to take the time to let folks know that it’s a photo from YOUR business?

Then do asRose Marie Banner does here on her Instagram.

Put a SIGN in the darn photo.

Kudos to Rose Marie!

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Nothing’s more timely, than a social media post showing what to wear this weekend!

Here, Designer Renaissance has a suggestion for the perfect picnic outfit. (And yes, they listed brand, size, price.)

 

A Closet Affair had a flat-lay outfit that would be perfect for that picnic, or any casual Saturday get-together.

What kind of outfit could you get together and show your followers for next week? What’s happening that your customers will be thinking about?

  • A ball game down at the park?
  • A festival?
  • A local celebration, event, parade?
  • Maybe they’re thinking of visiting the newest chic restaurant? (Great opportunity to cross-post and cross-promote there!)
  • Or hike the local state park, go to a carnival… or just take a drive in the country?

The key to this idea (besides, of course, letting them know sizes etc., and telling them that there’s lots more choices/ come in and let us outfit you) is painting a picture with a few words:

Feel the wind in your hair when you’re wearing this Trip to the Country outfit (convertible optional but recommended!) from MyShop

Oh yeh, and don’t forget (as our two lovely shops did here) to include your shop info in/ on the picture. When enchanted Facebook or Twitter or Instagram followers share your wondrous outfits with their friends, you wanna get your name out there, don’t you?

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Every once in a while, it does a business good to check its links.

Do the links on your web site go where you want them to go? That Facebook icon: does it take folks to your Facebook page or ask them to share your site on their Facebook? Either way’s fine… unless (more…)

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Yup, you as owner, co-owner, manager of a consignment, resale or thrift shop NEED a portrait. People want to see your lovely face! Use your portrait on your web site, in your blog, periodically on your social media, as a cover photo on Facebook…

Remember, people like to deal with people they know, and seeing your picture makes them feel like they know you already.

But not all of us enjoy photographs of ourselves. Here’s some examples I’ve gathered, though, that might (more…)

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Resale promo ideas to keep you from being an April Fool!Well, tomorrow’s April Fools Day, and you’d be a fool not to have a few promotions scheduled for the upcoming month. Some ideas:

The first week is National (more…)

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An easy way to create a Facebook video for your consignment or resale shop Facebook page.

If you DO want to produce a video, click for TGtbT.com’s best advice.

Facebook loves videos, huh? But you have all you can do to keep your consignment or resale shop Facebook page going, without becoming a movie producer, am I right?

Guess what? There’s a down-and-dirty way to fool Facebook into thinking you posted a video and getting all that lovely attention… andFacebook created it FOR you!

Here’s a really good post about Facebook slide show quick videos.

(I’ll make it even easier… you don’t really have to upload in your final order, as Donna says.)

See my first attempt. Max 15 minutes spent on it.

Try it yourself. Then come back here to the TGtbT blog and post a link to your creation!

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One of the most profitable things you can sell in your shop is jewelry. Why? Well, if you follow the advice in the Manual, the mark-up can be terrific; jewelry takes up little space so your dollars per square foot can reach into the thousands; and because, well because jewelry fits most everyone!

The secret to selling more jewelry? Show it on your social media. Which means taking pictures. Which means

taking really GOOD pictures.

Some tips for getting (more…)

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