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Joining Social Networks — 7 Comments

  1. I use ImageKind and am very impressed. The prints are beautiful, they ship with FedEx, and they are packaged carefully and securely. Awesome company. I just sent two CDs of images to them and the person I dealt with emailed me often and helped me upgrade and get them set up in galleries.

    Here are a couple of interesting links about MySpace and Facebook:


    When you figure out a good and easy solution for a shopping cart, let us know!

  2. Ah Chris,

    Thank you so much for these links … I will check them out! I am glad you are liking Imagekind = another good recommendation! And I set up my CafePress store last night … working way too late … but it is now open!!

    ~ Diane Clancy

  3. I got a lot of exposure at xanga.com, which is also a social network. It has been a great place to connect with people and gain a following. I know that 1) it is only one part of the equation 2) addictive once you get involved with the community and 3)very time consuming. But at least 1/2 of my calendar sales last year, most of my card sales, and most of my print sales were generated from this site.
    ~Sue O’Kieffe

  4. Hi Sue,

    Thank you so much for these posts … I have gone and joined Xanga and made you a friend … you are the only one I know *smile* …. A great idea. Since you have sold a lot there, even though it isn’t commercial per se, you can let people know you have things for sale? Is that how it works?

    Also, PayPal shopping cart is what I am getting up my courage to use. Is there any way that the place our mutual friend (that was a great movie by the way) is building could be for my eyes too? I would just love to see an example so I can chug ahead.

    Thank you in advance!!

    ~ Diane Clancy

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