Or, This is Why I Can’t Have Nice Things One of the most difficult things to do, when running a business, is figuring out pricing (though I’m still not sure if it’s harder than trying to find a steady supply of Red Heart yarn in Mexicana). You want to make a reasonable profit, but at […]
Here I go again (on my own). Picking up and moving again. Sort of. I’ve tried to keep an open mind about Zibbet. I really would like to see it, and the sellers that use it, succeed. And a venue surely would do a better job of drawing traffic than a standalone, right? So I’ve […]
Welcome to round two of Zibbet versus SupaDupa! In this round we’re going to compare stats. Before I do, however, I wanted to give you an update to my last post in this series. If you recall in that installment I concluded that, while more of my listings from Zibbet came up than my SupaDupa shop, […]
I mentioned in this post that I was running an experiment with my SupaDupa shop. I thought it’d be a while before I began to see results. I thought wrong. So here is the first of what I hope will be several articles on Zibbet versus SupaDupa. My one real gripe about Zibbet is in […]
I want to thank everyone who reblogged, retweeted, liked, favorited, shared, etc. my posts on the various social networks this past weekend. I wish I could thank you all, individually, but I’d be here all day. So many of you!! It’s wonderful to see people wanting to help one another succeed.
While I’m here I’d also like to apologize for my lack of promptness in replies to comments on this blog. There’s this little icon at the top of my admin page that supposed to tell me when I have comments, only it’s not. Methinks a communication problem between Disqus and WordPress evolved after one of the WordPress updates. *shrugs* I’ll have to remember to check Disqus each day, from now on. At least the counts still show up in the individual posts.
To summarize, apologies for my screw up and thank yous for your hard work!
So, back in 2011 Crowe Shea Fashions was still on Artfire but I was setting up accounts elsewhere to hold my name. You know, branding and all that. One of those accounts was with SupaDupa who, then, was offering a limited number of free, top-tier storefronts. Back then they were advertizing them for a bunch […]