Monday, July 26, 2010

Dresden Plates

I was going to make some Sunbonnet Sue blocks when I came upon these unfinished Dresden Plates. I was a quick finish, so I completed a set of 6 and put them up for sale at my Etsy shop.
I've got a bunch more plates, but for now, these 6 will do.
I have been seriously looking at my advertising. Project Wonderful has got to go. I need one more penny, yup, just one cent more to have $10 in my account. I can then cash in and close out that account. It hasn't made much income nor have I received many visitors.
I have stopped dropping on Entrecard and Adgitize just to see if my visitor numbers would drop.....they did....big time. So I suppose that most folks visiting here are just drop and run visitors. I have made a few loyal followers and I thank you all for that but one of them has to go. The whole point of the advertising was to lead folks to my shop but that really hasn't happened. Any advice would be appreciated.


Ann said...

Those are very nice. I also quit dropping on EC except for the blogs i regularly visit. My visitors dropped also. No big deal for me since I'm not selling anything. Wish I had advice to offer but I have nothing :)

Lin said...

I hated EC, but then again, I'm not selling anything. My stats didn't budge a bit when I quit, isn't that weird?

Sunbonnet Sue??? Hey, you are gonna laugh when I post my Sunbonnet Sue photo from vacation. I nearly peed my pants, but my family didn't see the humor because they aren't familiar with her. Quilting humor, I guess.

Sharkbytes (TM) said...

Love dresden plate. I found you through Adgitize. Don't know what to tell you. I probably am not about to become a customer, because I like making my own stuff if I were going to do something. But I sure like seeing and reading about what you are doing. Your color and design sense is wonderful.