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Thread: Questions for those who sell quilts

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    Questions for those who sell quilts

    For the first time I have decided to sell some of my quilts. I am going to two craft shows in November, and I have created an album on my facebook page. My question to you is this: One of my daughters has suggested that I create another facebook page dedicated to my quilts, do you do this? Do you think it is a good idea? I'm not going to be a lot of competition to anyone, so do you have any suggestions for me. Thanks in advance. Polly

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    A Facebook page for your quilts? Why not? Don't laugh but I made one for my Boxer pup! Gotta put her pics somewhere!
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    I created a another facebook page just for my quilting. One that you can use for a business. That way people can just "like" it and not have to have me accept a request for friendship. It is for anyone. I want my personal facebook page to be just for my friends. I would highly recommend doing that rather than using your personal page.
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    Thank you MarthaT, going to look you up right now. I'm not very computer savvy, so this is kind of scary for me.

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    I didn't know one could have a business facebook page. I am still having trouble figuring out a regular FB page.
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    You can also sign up with Etsy.com....they are a storefront for crafters. I think they charge a small fee...
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