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Facebook ads are not effective and actually far too costly for independent businesses. Unless you have a huge advertising budget, I don't advise it. To break into the hipster market You need 3 things. Great (concise) story, Great branding, and social engagement. Luckily, you have "provenance"---...

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First things first - you have 2 ways to monetise. 1 - build an audience 2 - get paid to write (not necessarily on your site). 1 - How to get readers and build an audience If you have an audience then advertisers will pay to promote to your audience. It's important that you ensure your audienc...

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I've had a bunch of my own 'maker' / hacker projects publicized. Here's what I suggest: 1) Write up a project and suggest it to Make Magazine (http://makezine.com/) 2) Tell hobby electronic supply shops about it to see if they want to stock it (e.g. https://www.sparkfun.com/ https://www.ada...

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Are some of your friends online marketing experts? Do they study the trends and understand the dynamics of content creation? I am guessing your friends read a ton of fashion blogs, they just don't know it. The short version of the advice would be: use your WordPress blog as the hub of your enti...

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Hey! The first thing that you should consider when trying to rebrand is identify your market's most common objections. Why are consumers hesitant to purchase second hand clothing? Once you've identified these problem factors, you can start developing a strong marketing strategy. For example,...

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What you are seeing is a pattern for a business that is experiencing a cash flow issue and ultimately will go out of business as suppliers will move them to prepayment or COD. One solution to protect your business is to accept a credit card for payment of the invoice within 7 days and let them m...

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I studied Psychology, but I’m also certified and experienced in Personal Styling. I love helping professionals in the art and design industries. It’s usually much easier to find clients who are close to the niche of your circle of friends, your personal interests and your own life style. Think ...

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Angel.co and gust.com are two places to start. I would also buy premium access to matermark.com provides a full list of Venture Capitalist by sector who has invested in what and what are their portfolios composed of

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This depends on where you are located but in many major cities (U.S., Europe and Asia) there are showrooms buyers shop. This means, for a fee, your products are guaranteed to be viewed by buyers (though there is no way to guarantee they will select to buy them). These buyers range from local shop...

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As someone who's already sold to that fashion company who makes the decision. Just go and see what product their selling, then ask the product companies vp of sales or CEO if you can get 10 minutes for advice on your business. As for intro, get advice. Ask for advice, get intro.

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