Please use this thread to list places
where you can Promote your shop.
List Groups, FaceBook Pages, Blogs etc.,
I'm not sure if this falls into what you mean by this list, but a very fun way for Apple mobile product users to promote themselves is the app called INSTAGRAM. It is a free app and it is for photographs. Like many other social networking places, you can create a profile with a link to your web page. You can feature your products in photos and then tag them like you do in Twitter. Then you can "follow" others, etc. It is a lot of fun to play with photography while trying to promote yourself!!!
Yahoo has a group called Shameless promotions. If you have a Yahoo email add, you can promote all you want on there for free.
I'm not sure how many people see it. I never had someone say that they found an item there. But, since it is free, I take advantage of it. Also of course, facebook and Twitter.
I am on Link referral as well.
Alley Cat... How do you use Squidoo to promoted?
Thank you for sharing ♥
Tumblr *can* be used to promote ... but you must do it subtly. I have over 2,500 followers and I post about 30 times a day (you can schedule them, spread out)
My Tumblr page shows my ArtFire kiosk and live links to my AF and to Zibbet.
I've made some wonderful friends there ... and I've found some fantastic shops and blogs.
You can post to this page each and every day ... 2 vintage items per day per online shop!
I started this facebook fan page as an advertising site for antique/vintage sellers!
You are cordially invited to join the facebook fan page of Old Fashioned Charm! You may post 2 antique/vintage items daily, from the Victorian period to the 1960's. I hope to see you there! Take care, Diane :O)
I would like websites that have clothing, hats shoes and handbags, plus ladies accessories to put their websites here so I can add them to my Vintage Fashions blog. If you want to pm me instead that will be fine also. This blog is all about woman's and men's vintage fashions, accessories shoes, handbags and hats.
Hi, the Vintage Network is a good palce. This site is a relatively new vintage and retro social networking site, it was set up by the editor of the UK magazine "Vintage Life" (fantastic publication).