Thank for your warm welcome and for checking out my blog. I am excited and passionate about it but I need more followers. I guess if I focus on building it with good content the followers will come, lol, this is what I hope for. I will check out your blog and follow for sure, it sounds very interesting and rewarding.
I have put your facebookpage into my favorites.
But I don't know yet how to leave a message on facebook.
It's the first time a made a page on facebook. It is a little bit overwelmed.
would you follow me?
Hello, Thank you for the welcome. My children are grown so there is not as much children books-reading as in the past but I like your site and will pass it on to my friends. Please visit my site. www.DivorceWisdom.com. I'm always looking for resources for my viewers & clients to help them through divorce. If you have relevant children's books, drop me an email.
Thanks Ella for your response.
My website went live 5 weeks ago but I am getting discouraged.
Do you have any marketing ideas for a new start up?
What do you gauge the interest in children's books to be?
Thanks for the warm welcome. I see that we are both interested in very similar things. Thanks for reaching out to me(and not seeing me as competition). I just opened an online children's bookstore myself; http://www.slimybookworm.com; my blog is at http://www.blog.slimybookworm.com
Going into business has been tough to say the least.
How have you been getting the word out?
Are people buying children's books?
I appreciate any pointers or sage advise you might have for me.
Is there a Borders or another book store in your area. You may want to hook up with them and have a children's book reading day. I am sure mom's would love to take their children to hear your books. You could have a book signing at the same time.
It's so nice to connect with someone who walks! I am a dancer and love to walk with the bands. I can choreograph my own routines. The bands make walking fun!
Do you have venues for children where you read them your books?
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