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Posted On: Apr 7, 2011 at 10:14am MST

Great info...thank you!

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Posted On: Apr 7, 2011 at 10:27am MST

After checking this out, am I reading this correctly regarding giveaways???

-You have to use the Promotion app on facebook
-To use the Promotion app you have to sign up with Wildfire
-Wildfire charges $5 + $0.99/day per campaign, or "giveaway"?

Isn't there a free way to do this and still be within FB rules?

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Posted On: Apr 7, 2011 at 10:27am MST

This is much more what I was looking for when I signed up for bootcamp.

Thanks for all the resources and extra links to more info!

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Posted On: Apr 7, 2011 at 10:29am MST

Wow, this is so useful as I'm so farbehind the times on social media stuff

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Posted On: Apr 7, 2011 at 10:35am MST

I am a small, very small business, with very little following.  Most of what you are writing about is information for businesses that already have a following, customers, interested parties, etc.  I don't.  So how can I begin to work with what your suggestions if I have nothing to start with.  What I really signed up for was to learn how a new business, with little sales and few customers can become a profitable shop.

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Posted On: Apr 7, 2011 at 10:36am MST

HarrietsJewelryDesigns said:

I am a small, very small business, with very little following.  Most of what you are writing about is information for businesses that already have a following, customers, interested parties, etc.  I don't.  So how can I begin to work with what your suggestions if I have nothing to start with.  What I really signed up for was to learn how a new business, with little sales and few customers can become a profitable shop.

on Apr 7, 2011 at 10:35am MST




I recommend checking out the thread for Monday, that tells you how to create your Facebook Page, how to start get to a following, etc. Take it step-by-step and you'llg get there!


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Posted On: Apr 7, 2011 at 10:37am MST

Thanks for all the amazing information so far!! As a business that truly needs a push in the right direction, I look forward to reading all of the comments on what has worked for others!!

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Posted On: Apr 7, 2011 at 10:44am MST

HarrietsJewelryDesigns said:

I am a small, very small business, with very little following.  Most of what you are writing about is information for businesses that already have a following, customers, interested parties, etc.  I don't.  So how can I begin to work with what your suggestions if I have nothing to start with.  What I really signed up for was to learn how a new business, with little sales and few customers can become a profitable shop.

on Apr 7, 2011 at 10:35am MST




Harriet, I'm just starting out myself. I don't have a following either, but I've just been trying to be involved in the community to get my name out there. I started my Facebook page and already have over 50 fans! And yes, they are mostly other artists, but that doesn't mean they couldn't be potential customers someday. Or maybe they might recommend me to someone they know. You never know. Once you create your facebook page, put the link out there and you'll be surprised how many followers you get.
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Posted On: Apr 7, 2011 at 11:02am MST

HarrietsJewelryDesigns said:

I am a small, very small business, with very little following.  Most of what you are writing about is information for businesses that already have a following, customers, interested parties, etc.  I don't.  So how can I begin to work with what your suggestions if I have nothing to start with.  What I really signed up for was to learn how a new business, with little sales and few customers can become a profitable shop.

on Apr 7, 2011 at 10:35am MST




I just started my facebook page on monday and I also had no following.  You can do this, we've all been there and everyone here is so helpful . What I have found helpful is posting here in the forum, ask questions, share successes and the artfire community is so supportive.  Good luck.

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Posted On: Apr 7, 2011 at 11:03am MST

This is a lot of great information! I have a lot of reading to do!! =]


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