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Here’s a social media trick that takes 5 minutes and will increase the awareness of your Facebook business page. And that your competitors probably have overlooked.

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“Shop with Google open on your phone.”

Do your resale shoppers look everything up on Google before they buy? TGtbT.com suggests ways to be so remarkable, they won't.That’s the advice in a video I just watched called “How to Consignment Shop.” The young lady insisted that it was crucial to check prices so “I’m not getting ripped off.” She even went so far as to (more…)

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Videos, getting so much love on Facebook. Consignment and resale shops, uncovering the power of video in social media. It’s a moving feast of opportunity, and I’m sure you’ve been giving a lot of thought to making your shop videos real reputation-enhancers and money-makers.

Too Good to be Threw's Youtube suggestions for resale shopsOkay, now that you’re a bit more comfortable on camera, it’s time to add 

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Recently, I ran across what I thought was a friend’s hijacked shop site (first clue: it was in Japanese!) and learned that she no longer has a web site, period.

As “old school” as you might think a simple web site for your consignment, resale, or thrift shop might be, it’s not. There are

3 big reasons your web site must shine

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A happy customer who FOUND something in your consignment or resale shop, from TGtbT.com

Got a camera?

Got happy customers?

You got a recurring topic to post about!

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Where do you find the best information about your resale business?

Well, in our Products for the Professional Resaler, of course. But there’s another source for great ideas you can adapt to your consignment, resale or thrift shop, and that’s (more…)

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Wow, look at these GREAT results, only 40 minutes into a shop’s live Facebook video!

40 minutes into a Facebook video

The shopkeeper wasn’t actually selling, as in “drop your email”… in fact, she wasn’t even mentioning prices of the goods she was selling, but rather showing us some really nice pieces.

I’m guessing she wanted  to spread the word 

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