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Who's looking for your consignment, resale, thrift store today?Who’s looking for your consignment, resale, thrift shop today?

How many (more…)

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UPDATE 2018: Both the HowToConsign.com website and the related blog, HowToConsign.org, have been mothballed. Feel free to link to the many articles at both sites, but Directory listings are no longer available.


Wow, an avalanche of winning consignment, resale, and thrift stores becoming Sponsors at HowToConsign.com!

Full of industry info, if you aren't on HTC... why not?

10 Best Things to Buy Secondhand

As you know, HowToConsign is the consumer arm of TGtbT.com. It’s a site designed to excite (more…)

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When you have a question about your shop, whose answers do you trust? Who understands the challenges of resale retail? Who can help YOU help YOUR customers in YOUR town?

In other words, who ya gonna call?

(Hint: it does not involve ethereal beings.) (more…)

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Sharon of Little Green Beans in Austin TX entered the Retail Means Jobs video contest mentioned on Auntie Kate the Blog 6 weeks ago , and just got word that her video tour of her resale shop has been

selected in the top 40 of all entries!

We couldn’t (more…)

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After all, some Auntie Kate messages are, ahem, Too Good to be Threw!

Click the image for dozens of free articles from TGtbT.com

Without further ado, for Deja Vuesday today may I present a post that is

even MORE important now than it was a while back:

“How long you been here?”

“How long you been here?” is a question designed to drive any resaler CRAZY. You spend and spend on advertising, signage, bag-stuffers and all that, and still, people don’t seem to know you’re in business and serious about it. Read the whole Deja Vuesday post…

For more posts that are important enough to rate a second showing, that deserve to be recycled. that rate an encore, and so on: The Deja Vuesday posts.

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