Artist Marketing PR Mass Media - Boost Your Sales, Store Traffic, Exposure!
Need a mass boost of exposure leading to traffic to your Etsy store?
Microsoft Founder Bill Gates has famously said "If I was down to my last dollar, I would spend it on PR" --
Many sellers can help you boost your Etsy profile or maybe drive a some traffic to your store, but then it stops unless you keep it going.
My program will give you permanent boosts in traffic, online exposure and your Etsy shop!
**Professional PR** package including custom-written PR + distribution across MAJOR and NATIONWIDE news links (you'll get a LOT of media links back to your store) FULL REPORT
**Video Marketing Package** Google loves video! Get a high-quality HD video (w/music) showcasing your products! --One custom-made promo video showcasing your store items --Viral marketing release across several platforms - you'll get real views and comments! (YouTube)
**Showcase Website & Blog Links (4)** ONE FULL YEAR
--You'll receive links on four of our media platforms including: 101artists.com Get Your Spotlight blog Direct Sales Power Direct Sales Marketing blog -- One year links and showcase of your products on each!
**Social Blast** --20-days of Twitter - we'll tweet your posts for 20 days --Featured post on popular women/moms-oriented page on Facebook --Pin to 2 growing Pinterest boards
**Email marketing** --Featured ad in our ezine sent to over 2500 subscribers (95% women)
**INTERVIEW** We will interview you and give you the full spotlight on our blog w/photos (written format)
This package will help get your shop traffic boosted, as well as increase your overall online presence for more traffic month after month.
I'm happy to answer questions!
My goal is to get you traffic, exposure and make you look like a superstar seller!
OK, I've given several of their products a go and here is what I've found:
My hair isn't in bad shape, but it tends to go from bronde (blond/brown) to brassy. I love to wear it with some highlights but a warmer, deep base. If I choose brown of any color, it pulls very dark when I dye it, so I go with dark blonde or medium blonde.
I wanted the light brown for roots and the Bologna Blonde (a cool, dark blonde) for rest. Venetro worked great and gave me super results. Covered the grey, left it moisturized and glossy roots. Not too dark and a good base. Loved it.
Bologna Blonde - not so much. I followed directions to a tee and it turned out dark...medium brown almost. Very disappointed. Although it was moisturized and nicely glossy, it wasn't the color I wanted. I started with a deep, carmelly (brassy) bronde and it really pulled dark.
Upon investigation, found these are 20% developers used which accounts for the fact that you cannot go super light (if dark) and they won't do much damage. You need a developer with 30% or higher and a bleaching component to go light.
I just wanted a lighter, brighter, cooled tone.
I waited for it to tone down/wash out and then tried the gloss:
Crepe Erase: Does this product really work? *I have not been paid or sent any free product for this post* I have used this product for two months straight. Almost exclusively. I'm on vacation in Colorado and took a big jar of it with me, leaving home most of my other products, oils, butters, etc. The water here is hard. Very mineralized and very tough and hair and skin. I live in AZ -- very hard on skin as it is so darn dry! However, I have found a great solution that seems to work and isn't pricey (see below). I wanted so much to like this product and while I think it helps in the immediate (any moisture will help dry, parched skin), I cannot endorse it as a "fix" for dry, wrinkled, crepey skin. I just can't. I have to say I've slathered it on nightly after my shower, before bed, all over my hands and my hands have never looked worse! I'm not impressed with this product. Here's what I mean:
My hand just before applying product.
Dry, crepey, wrinkled...yuck!
My hand just after applying product.
A bit more moisturized, but not really smoothed out or less crepey, do you think?
OK, so what does work?
What I've found to work best is:
1. Microdermabrasion on my hands once a week. I use the Kelley West Microderm 360
2. Slather on oils -- not cheap drugstore hand products or pricey, mail order butters (tried them all!), but just good, quality oils.
Best oils I've found are simple: Argan or Marula
Don't overpay - you can find these online or at health food stores and they work like a charm! Use them on face, body, hands and apply often after exfoliating. Exfoliating makes all the difference!
This is not an easy post to write. I feel I must. I took Estroven PM for four plus years straight. It helped me sleep at night during the dreaded perimenopause insomnia. It worked like a charm. Or so I thought. Then I got diagnosed with DCIS. Breast cancer. An estrogen-dependent breast cancer. Caught early. Removed. No chemo. Thank GOD. But, since I took this OTC supplement and it most certainly (in my opinion only) made matters worse for me, I needed to speak out. Not to not take it. Not to bash the product. But to make sure all women who are taking it or consider taking it know the risks. Talk to your doc. Probably not an issue, but just in case, you need to know.
As a note, I also took progesterone (bio identical) for a few years. Not sure if this had a detrimental effect, but I stopped a couple years before my diagnosis.
Do your homework! This product and others that mess with hormones can lead to trouble. Just be aware.