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Jani Freimann

2 Years Ago

I Always Get A Print Sale When I Comment Here

It seems that my buyers are hanging out in the forum.

So, here I go again. It seems to work for me maybe it will work for you. Saying hi to all and hope you are having a great day.

Now, let the print sales roll in. Lol

You try it. Comment below and say hi and see if it doesn't bring in print sales.

Spreading some sales vibes right now.....(((((((((((((((((((((( ....can you feel it? ((((((((((((((((

Everyone...well, not everyone... has some ritual they do before a game to make their football team win or whatever to cause a positive result for something that they think works. What is yours? I mean besides actual marketing.

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Kathy K McClellan

2 Years Ago

Hi Jani! As much as I've posted in the Irma discussion I would be writing checks like crazy to Harvry's people if that was true of my customers!

Editing: Just in case:

Kathy K. McClellan
http://www.keppenart.com

 

Jani Freimann

2 Years Ago

Hi, Kathy, I'm thinking...perhaps...that my buyers are the silent readers of my posts. Maybe some actually comment.

We all have a tribe somewhere. Mine seems to be invisible until...Poof! A sale happens and I'm like, who was that? Where'd they go? I'd really like to meet them. The nature of POD sites. Sigh!

 

Alice Heart

2 Years Ago

hey Jani, i'm unable to buy but i did follow. I like your carousel photos.

 

Jani Freimann

2 Years Ago

Hello, Alice, nice to meet you.
Thank you for following. :-)

Oh, and the carousel horses look great printed on metal. Just sayin'... :-)

 

Kathy K McClellan

2 Years Ago

Invisible tribe! LOL

 

Jen Manganello

2 Years Ago

Hi there Jani... I'll test your theory out, it's worth a try!

 

Jani Freimann

2 Years Ago

Hello, Jen, yes ma'am. Everything is worth a try once. Say a bit about yourself. A neat trick you can do or something.

 

David King

2 Years Ago

If I got a sale every time I commented here I'd be a top seller.

 

Jani Freimann

2 Years Ago

Watch. It might happen because of this thread.

Those vibes up there are for real.

 

Phyllis Beiser

2 Years Ago

Here's to hope! :)

 

Jai Johnson

2 Years Ago

Hi! Waving from sopping wet Tennessee. Irma decided to move in here....thank goodness not as forceful as she did down south! Hope everyone is doing well. :) --Jai

 

Steven Ralser

2 Years Ago

it would be nice if I had a sale for when I commented

 

Joy McKenzie

2 Years Ago

Jani, you're one lucky lady! I make 2-5 responses to threads on here at least 350 days out of the year... and no, that is certainly not my rate of sales :) I just love the social and helping aspect of this forum, and it's an engrained part of my day now after 5 years. And my activity here is mostly me "paying it forward", for all the help given to me in so many ways, and in so many circumstances over the years :)

Wouldn't it be something though, if every response triggered a sale? My waking thought would be "wonder which one will sell today? instead of "Gah! Freakin' marketing...I still hate it" :)

 

Jani Freimann

2 Years Ago

Hello, Jai, glad to hear you are doing okay. Stay dry.

Hi Joy. Hi Steven. Hi Phyllis.

Maybe it is because I only comment sometimes. :-)

Joy, what I hear is that sales happen through building relationships. Positive ones. Not actually being a salesperson. That works in the original art world. Not sure how that works in the print world when your tribe is invisible lIke mine is, but I am game.

 

John Janicki

2 Years Ago

If only marketing was (were?) really that simple :)

 

Brian MacLean

2 Years Ago

I get a sale every time I go away somewhere. Weird but it happens every time, and I am certainly not on the computer while away

 

Marlene Burns

2 Years Ago

me too, Brian!
Collectors must be able to sniff out when I leave town......and of course, they need specs, images, and details I don't travel with! lol

 

Brian MacLean

2 Years Ago

Marlene, it just tells me I should take more vacations!

 

Val Arie

2 Years Ago

Hi Jani! I wish it was that simple too!

I'm wondering how many of us are going to go check that little money bag icon?

edit: takes me so long to type...but I always get sales after being away too...don't have to go anywhere ...just not on the computer.

 

Jani Freimann

2 Years Ago

Hello, John, welcome.

So what do you do, guys and gals? What makes you tick? Give an elevator speech of what you do.

I have an idea. Something to get the relationship ball rolling.

Describe what you do as an artist or describe your day job very badly.

I'll go first. About my day job not my art. (Phyllis don't tell)

I enter people's houses in broad daylight while they are away and go through their things thoroughly for a few hours so as not to miss anything.
Before I leave, I wipe away all fingerprints and take their money.
What am I?

 

Jani Freimann

2 Years Ago

Hello, Marlene, Brian, and Val.

Marlene and Brian: then you two need to beat it and go on vacation...no, just kidding. Stay.

I forgot about the sales that happen when I go on vacation. Not every time, but many times.

I check my money bag all the time. I'm overly hopeful I guess. :-)

 

Arletta Cwalina

2 Years Ago

Oh, so you opened the water well that makes our dreams come true? :D Yay, I'm in! ;)

Yes, I feel your vibes and I'm going to make my dan$e right now! :p Oh come dolare$, oohhmmm, ohhmmm... :D

 

Michael Hoard

2 Years Ago

Hello Jani, are you suppose to give away your secret, but then again hummmm great observation. Now does anyone want to guess how many sales I made last year appearing in the discussions? Good luck everyone!!! Something I did note though when I copy and post in image post that works for sure......

 

Jani Freimann

2 Years Ago

Hello, Arletta.

Hello, Michael. Sharing is good.

I have another game:

This one is to discover your stripper name.
What is the name of your first pet?
What is the name of the first street you lived on?
Mine is Spooky Winona

And no, I'm not trying to get your password to anything and no that is not my password. :-)

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