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Create Website, Blog and Facebook Elements from Newsletters

Just as we’ve done below, you can take news items you get from suppliers by email — particularly David C. Cook Canada and HarperCollins Canada — and paste them into store newsletters, blogs, websites and Facebook pages. They look professional and they save you time.  Use a program like Irfanview (available free online) to do screen captures and resizing. If you do pay someone to look after your social media, they might be able to create a sharper image than what I’ve done here by using a more sophisticated graphics program.

Another thing we’ve done recently is take a wall space at our entrance and create a kind of bulletin board for pages from supplier catalogs.  It’s true that in the fine print there is often reference to “your customers” but I find the customers themselves usually don’t read that far.  You get to feature items you want customers to be aware and things they may not see.  One of the pages on our wall is for a product we don’t even carry, but would love to order.

Welcome to the New

This image is from today’s Christian Retailing newsletter:

Harbinger Decoded DVD

 

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