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Websites. Ugh.No heavy lifting involved with these tips from TGtbT.blog

Is that your reaction? I’m betting it’s because of

  • The expense, time, and communications problems with your website expert.
  • The amateur look of so many of those “instant website” programs.
  • The difficulties of constantly getting your webmaster to update stuff.

Guess what? There’s a simple solution with no heavy lifting involved. You can do it, and keep it updated, yourself. If you can construct a display window, you can display your business in your space, for your benefit, without following Facebook or Instagram or anyone else’s “rules.”

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Cabin fever is real…

and requires immediate attention!

Your shoppers and suppliers are as sick of the weather as you and your bank account are. They want to (more…)

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Does Facebook video tempt you, but you’ve never done it, you’re “not a public speaker”, or you’re

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Still think Facebook and Google are the end-all and be-all?

What social media gets

Learn more about using Pinterest to build traffic to your shop web site (and dollars to your bottom line in your consignment, resale or thrift shop) on my Pinterest board and the posts about Pinterest here on Auntie Kate’s blog!

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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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If you’ve run out of ideas about telling your customers how wonderful resale is for the holidays, here’s 50 angles you could use:

50 Days & 50 Ways to Have a Merry Recycled Holiday

Keep the LIGHT in Christmas by celbrating the resale way | TGtbT.comIt’s a blog written directly for the public, with all the ways to use resale shopping to have an eco-friendly celebration. This link takes you to the start page of the blog, and from there you can explore:

Day-by-day: Use the calendar to click on each day… there’s one post per day.
or

By topic: there’s 5 categories to choose from just below that calendar.

Check it out,  and feel free to link to any of the 50 resale-centric, consumer-angled posts there!

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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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