Christine has put together a concise and clearly laid out multi-step plan, which can help even the internet tech-challenged see how this kind of marketing is effectively carried out.
Like many Zazzlers, I’m much more of a creative type, in my case a digital artist, and not quite as either web-tech-savvy or skilled in marketing the art I produce. I can make the art, but when it comes to the selling part, my skills rather fall down. But my spirit of determination is strong. I’m not afraid of stretching my skills in order to learn what I need to know. Before getting Christine’s e-book, I had already begun down that path, and had indeed been doing some of the things she lists, like using Facebook and Twitter, but perhaps not with as much finesse as I should. Finding that right balance between getting the word out about my Zazzle art products and doing so without sounding too much like spam, can be quite challenging.
Christine has some great tips that can make this marketing process seem more natural, plus she guides her readers to other promotional websites of which I was previously unaware. I’ve already begun implementing her suggestions and hopefully as a result will soon see an increase in the visibility of my Zazzle shop at: http://www.zazzle.com/billmtracer
Christine’s e-book is a valuable little gem of information that can take you further down your own path toward successfully marketing your Zazzle Products. And Christine is now writing a sequel with even more undoubtedly useful marketing information, to which I most definitely look forward.
(reviewed 38 days after purchase)