Sunday, August 30, 2009


Just opened a shop on a new site called Zibbet.
Wish I could spread my body as thin as I'm spreading my name/buttons/knitting/clocks etc. But I thought I'd give this a try. Clean, easy to work with and the owners actually respond to questions within 24 hours. Even though I'm staying, I'm just not so thrilled with etsy lately. Bad vibes and so much attitude. For $.20 people just want the moon and back! Go peddle your things on the street!
Anyway, I have gotten a nice order from a shop in town and another wants a meeting so as I'm crossing my fingers as I'm gluing and laminating. Except for a big special order, my magnetic bookmarks are not selling online. Off-line, I'm blowing them out. I don't know why since touch and texture aren't a factor. Who knows? Maybe people who shop on line don't read? Well, they're missing out on alot!!! Here are a few.


Winklepots said...

Isn't it odd how things sell so well offline but not online and vice versa? Maybe there is a demographic difference between internet users and non. Hm....
Congrats on all of the interest in your products and here's hoping you get more orders, online and off. :o)

PussDaddy said...

All I can think of is that I couldn't figure out how the magnet came into play on the bookmarks without clicking through all of your pictures on the side to see.