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Topic: My Pinterest Board - "Zazzle Pillow Fight".
dreamNwish_Photo_Art Posted: Monday, April 22, 2019 6:34:00 AM
StarFill wrote:



Hello.

I just sent your invitation.



Enjoy.
Topic: My Pinterest Board - "Zazzle Pillow Fight".
dreamNwish_Photo_Art Posted: Sunday, April 14, 2019 8:56:34 AM
RusticHarbor wrote:
Hi! I followed your board and I would love to be added!

Thank you so much!

https://www.pinterest.com/kellyhomestead/




Hi.

Your invitation was just sent.


Thanks and enjoy.
Topic: 1 Year of Zazzle
dreamNwish_Photo_Art Posted: Sunday, April 14, 2019 8:48:54 AM
GPS_APPAREL wrote:
I joined zazzle 3/25/2018 , It is a great journey , The first best moment is i got a sale of a one card of Mothers day , Thats was my first Happiest moment ,
I earned 36$ in one year ,But i got almost 29$ after cutting taxes and all,
I am improving my store slowly, But i know Its need to more improvemnt in my store, So free to comment on my store, I will post my store link below
I want to be a pro seller , But i dont know how?
https://www.zazzle.com/store/gps_apparel



The same advice that was given to you a year ago here, would still be of use to you.

As stated by those helping you last year, they gave you advice on how to improve your tags, but you didn't. I still see some of the same issues with your tags in recent products.

This tumbler has single word tags, when you could use phrases that help describe it. If you were searching for a pink and beige tumbler, wouldn't you be more likely to type in "pink and beige stripes", rather than just "pink"?

Tags like pink stripes, rose pink, pink and purple stripes, striped designs, pink and beige stripes, bold colors, bold purple stripes, and more could be of more help. Connect words "like this" or like+this to make phrases.

You added this "Bold horizontal Stripes rose/pink and Beige stylist and such a Attractive unique color combination pattern you can check more product with stripes" as a description, and some of those words as phrases work as tags, as you can see by the example I gave.

Also, you may want to double-check the spelling, punctuation and capital letters your description. I do understand that English may not be your first language, but the corrections could help to make your information easier to read for others.

Here's how the description could be written - "Bold horizontal stripes in rose pink and beige, make an attractive and stylish color combination."

Stick with the advice given a year ago, on Saturday and today. It will be of help to you.
Topic: new store for our website, "Manitoba Haunted".
dreamNwish_Photo_Art Posted: Tuesday, April 02, 2019 1:27:54 AM
Manitoba_Haunted wrote:
I fixed my tags. I think.


I don't see much of a difference for those under the fanny pack.

I gave you examples of how to use descriptions and phrases within tags, but you still have basic words and single words.

I looked at one of your notebooks and I don't see any really helpful tags, plus the description for both items still don't describe the theme, image, colors, etc.

According to the listing on your store's homepage, you have over forty items and I could see that the tags for many are still in need of work.
You could try working on a dozen product tags, titles and descriptions to at least try to get the feel of it, then see what it looks like and maybe ask if they're any better.



Good luck.
Topic: new store for our website, "Manitoba Haunted".
dreamNwish_Photo_Art Posted: Sunday, March 31, 2019 6:35:16 PM
You're welcome.